December Carolers Bulletin Board

I love holiday bulletin boards! There is just something extra special about them, especially when they share a warm message.  I'm not sure how I'm going to top last year's caroler bulletin board, which is definitely one of my favorites.

We started by making our carolers.  My original template came from Elementary AMC, but I modified it to suit our bulletin board. If you'd like the tracers I used, click here! 

Students chose their face tone, hair color, scarf and sweater colors, and used a template to trace and cut. Click here for the templates!

Meanwhile, I printed out the letters and glued them to cardstock.  I chose to use "The best way to spread JOY and CHEER is singing loud for all to hear," instead of the traditional saying from the movie Elf, since we have many students who don't celebrate Christmas.  This saying was more inclusive to all of our learners.

I spaced out the letters and carolers in the hallway, and stapled them up.

Extras that didn't fit were displayed on my door. 

The students and staff at my school LOVED this bulletin board, and I hope yours do too!

1 comment:

  1. This is beyond adorable. I love it so much! I think I stumbled upon your blog from a link at another ESOL teacher's blog. I've been a follower on TPT. Thank you for sharing your ideas, experiences and strategies. So helpful to a sole ESOL teacher in the building. Elizabeth


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