Bulletin Boards – Middle School Monday

bulletin boards

Year-round events are the core of the Lads to Leaders training. There are many areas that have a year-round element: Bible reading, Bible Bowl, song leading (males), songs of praise (females), mass media, puppet theater, and more. One of these areas that Miss E has participated in this past year was bulletin boards.

The purpose of this event and training is to help those interested to learn the ins and outs of creating, designing, and executing the putting up of an effective bulletin board. These designs could be either just seasonal/encouraging or they could be teaching designs.

I thought I would share with you some of the ones Miss E put up recently. She created all that I am sharing here.

The Pearl Seeker bulletin board

The Pearl Seeker, prepared to go with Becky Blackmon’s book The Pearl Seeker; given to the author of the book

The Color of God's Word

a board to asssit with memory work in a 4th/5th grade classroom

Steps of Salvation bulletin board

a teaching guide for the steps of salvation

ALL bulleting board

a teaching board with examples of people in the Bible who applied the idea of doing all that God says (Ruth 3:5 is the key verses here)

Putting up bulletin boards not only serves to assist teachers who might not enjoy or have time to create bulletin boards but it helps the one putting it up to really think about what the purpose is, what is being conveyed through the board. This requirement to really absorb and study the concept or idea is a good help for the middle school student who is learning to see things from a different perspective as they grow and mature.

At Home.

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2 thoughts on “Bulletin Boards – Middle School Monday

  1. Annette V June 4, 2017 at 10:00 pm Reply

    I like that idea … I wonder if this is something that lad could help in if we ever find our next church home.

    • 3gigglygirlsathome June 5, 2017 at 9:06 pm Reply

      You will find that church home and he would be good at designing boards.

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