Throughout the month of June, I am going to run a Classroom Theme Series and feature a different popular classroom theme each day. Themes are a great way to tie everything in your classroom together...you just have to be careful not to let them clutter your classroom :) Today we are going to get an appetite for a Cooking / Food Theme.
I do have a cooking theme set in the works and will publish it in the next couple of weeks. :)
BULLETIN BOARD BACKGROUNDS
-red and white checkered fabric
-take out menus
-paper placemats from restuarants
-Cooking Up a Great Year
-We have the Recipe for Success
-Nacho Ordinary Class
-A New Batch of Smart Cookies
-Keep Yourself Out of a Pickle
-Use a check chart system and title it, “Check, Please!”
STUDENT WORK BOARD
-Work we Relish
-Hot Off the Grill
-Our Work Takes the Cake
-hang whisks, spatulas, etc from fishing line
BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS
-use solid color border and hot glue plastic forks knives and spoons to it
-stamp a border using paint and cookie cutters
-staple pieces of paper from the pads servers use to take orders around the border
-staple napkins around the border of the board
Roasting into Reading
Marinating in Math
Stirring Up Social Studies
A Slice of Science
Student of the Week=Top Chef
Schedule = Today’s Menu
Newsletter = What’s Cooking?
Cut a posterboard into the shape of a recipe card. Title it “Recipe for Success” and use it to list your class rules.
Add cafe-style tables to the classroom.
Use oversized measuring cups to hold pencils or other supplies.
Use pizza boxes to store student portfolio work.
Take pictures of the class wearing an apron and chef’s hat to display.
Create bulletin board titles by putting letters onto paper plates.
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