Cowboy/Western Themed Bulletin Boards
I have three basic
rules in my classroom. This board was created to
coordinate with a western theme and is pretty self
To make this
rootin' tootin' board even more spectacular use REAL rope to
make the letters and the lines of the staff. Add notes
on them or add the letter names of the lines and spaces to the
side. This board could be left up all year.
Add interest by
using red handkercheifs as a border or maybe even more rope
and a pair of leather work gloves.
A simple board to
coordinate with your western theme. Create a grand staff
and place 4 horses (printed from your favorite desktop
publishing program) with the labels "bass",
"tenor", "alto" and
"soprano". Place them in the appropriate
spaces add add the heading and subheading.
To add interest
you could add paper horseshoes, rope, bandanas, etc... for a
As part of my Cowboy Corner outside of my main
classroom door I posted my classroom rules. I
printed them using a barbed wire font and then used an ink
pad, some yellow chalk to accent the torn and wrinkled
papers. Brass paper fasteners added a little shine.
You Herd These Cowboy Songs?
I used construction paper to create the fence.
Each cactus was cut freestyle from green construction
paper and each bore the name of a cowboy song. The
cows were made from a pattern in a bulletin board
book. I decorated them with facial hair, glasses,
|| This was the large
wall display of the Cowboy Corner outside of my
room. The wagons along the trail have the name of
each of my classes. The signs read "YEEHAW
Welcome to Harmony Ranch"
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