Bulletin Board Ideas

6 Fun Bulletin Board Ideas for June

Bulletin boards (also known as notice boards) are decorative displays that allow teachers and students to post announcements, reminders, and projects. They are commonly found in hallways, lobbies, dorm rooms, and other well-traveled areas.

June is a busy month with many holidays and vacations. It also includes summer school for some schools. These June bulletin board ideas are sure to spark excitement and creativity.

1. Flip-Flops

Flip-flops are a great symbol of summer vacation and freedom from schedules. Display them on a clothesline in this fun bulletin board idea.

June is sandwiched between Memorial Day and Independence Day, so this is an important month to teach about the flag. Cover a board with fabric depicting the American flag and include photos and print-outs that describe the evolution of the flag.

2. Paper Flowers

The end of the year is coming and June is known for summer vacations, family trips, and summer school. However, just because it’s a busy time doesn’t mean bulletin boards need to be boring.

Computer bulletin boards offer the glories of e-mail, the thought provocation of newsgroups, and the interaction of real-time chats. They are particularly prevalent at universities where dorm corridors, lobbies, and freestanding kiosks are used to facilitate posting.

3. Pop into Summer

As the school year winds down, students (and teachers) are counting down to summer vacation. This colorful bulletin board design is a fun way to get students excited for the season.

A variety of picture frames are assembled to form this eye-catching summer theme. A list of book suggestions and a bonfire are paper cutouts that add to the overall appeal.

4. Clothesline Countdown

Countdown the days until summer with this fun clothesline-inspired board. It’s an easy way to highlight student progress towards their goals, too!

Between Memorial Day and Independence Day, June is the perfect month to celebrate the flag. Cover a bulletin board in red, white, and blue fabric for a visually appealing display. This board also makes a great learning center for comparing and contrasting!

5. Father’s Day

Fathers Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. It was first proposed in 1909 by Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington.

Celebrate fathers with this easy-to-create bulletin board that features a clothesline of ties filled with special memories. You can also incorporate a list of national days in June with this fun board. Make sure to raise your flags on June 14 for Flag Day.

6. Summer Reading List

Whether you’re reading by the pool, spreading out on a blanket at the beach or sitting on a porch swing, summer reading can make time spent with books feel like a vacation.

From a Reese Witherspoon book club pick to a dysfunctional family drama, these compulsively readable novels are perfect for the season.

7. Olaf

Olaf is the best friend of Queen Elsa and embodies all of the love and playfulness the sisters shared as children. He loves summer, the beach, and warm hugs.

Erwin Olaf was born in 1959 in Hilversum, Netherlands. He emerged on the international art scene in 1988 with his acclaimed series Chessmen, winning first prize in the Young European Photographer competition.

8. Watermelon Popsicles

Add the watermelon cubes, lime juice and sugar (or honey) to a blender and blend until smooth. Add more sugar if needed to reach your preferred sweetness. Pour the mixture evenly into popsicle molds and place sticks in each mold. Freeze for an hour before serving.

June is the month of summer vacations, family trips and even summer school for some schools! This end of the year bulletin board idea is fun and simple to create.

9. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a rollicking alphabet rhyme featuring lowercase letters that race each other up a coconut tree. Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault’s rhythmic text pairs with Caldecott Honor illustrator Lois Ehlert’s bold, cheerful art for this enduring classic.

Help students find summer with this fun-filled bulletin board. Perfect for end-of-year celebrations!

10. Beach Party

With Memorial Day at the end of May and Independence Day at the beginning of July, June is a month filled with flag celebrations. Create a fun bulletin board with photos and print-outs of the evolution of the American flag.

This cute turtle-y cool bulletin board is the perfect way to welcome summer! It is also a great reminder to protect the ocean’s ecology.

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