Without Expression is Like Cookies Without Milk
bulletin board turned out much better than I could have hoped! Using my handy
dandy Print Shop software I printed out pictures of cookies with different music
terms and their definitions on them. I made a subheading that read
"Dynamics" and one that said "Tempo" (in cookie letters, of
course) . I glued these to aluminum foil shaped to resemble a pan along with
their definition. The cookies I placed on smaller sheets of aluminum foil,
napkins, etc.. underneath the correct subheading. I added a few empty (and well
rinsed) milk cartons to the sides. The board was attractive and the students
went over to it many times to review definitions.
In the first picture there is a small subheading in light blue. It read
"March is Music in Our Schools Month...Celebrate!" I used this
bulletin board to decorate a fifth grade classroom bulletin board as part of
the activities that month.
Use salt dough (1 part water, 1 part salt, 1.5 parts flour) to form real 3-D
cookies. Bake them and paint them or cover with a clear coat of finish and
attach to the board with hot glue.
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