Bulletin Board Update!
I'm happy to see that I now have 10 responses to my
"Ideas Needed: Bulletin Board!" post. Some of you are so creative!
shared this idea:
She covered the board with flannel and attached the Picture
Exchange Communication System (PECS) to it. I would love to have this in a
self-contained or preschool classroom and make it easily accessible to the
I really liked the idea that Latisha, Tiffany and Mary
shared (see below). Over the holidays they affixed these "presents" to a hallway bulletin
board. When teachers "opened" the presents, they learned something new about communication.
In the comments section, Melanie mentioned her creation, called
"Nymville," whose streets are named "Antonym
Street" and "Homonym Drive." Meanwhile, Christie
talked about having her students move cars around a race track as they go from
producing sounds in isolation, to words, to sentences, etc. I love all of these
My board? Well, it has three items on it now! The DIBELS
Benchmarks (lest I forget as I write my IEPs), and two student-drawn pictures that
illustrate some words that have multiple meanings!