Happy November! Congrats – You’ve made it through Halloween and the first quarter of the year. November is one of my favorite teaching months. In this post, I’ll share my favorite November bulletin boards for Kindergarten or First Grade.
Turkeys in Disguise
First on the list is this November Family Homework project. Students work with their grownups to Disguise a Turkey. This resource includes a parent letter, turkey templates, and bulletin board letters. The best part is that the students do the work at home, and you’ve got an instant bulletin board for the month! Read more about this activity HERE.
Veterans Day Bulletin Board
Next up is my Veterans Day Resource .
This bulletin board kit comes with boy and girl soldier craft templates, a flag template, a writing flip craft, and bulletin board letters. Students write a note thanking Veterans for their service, and they create the cutest craft to match. We display these at our Veterans Day breakfast, and they are always a hit! Read more about this activity HERE!
We Put the Kind in Kindergarten
Another favorite November bulletin board for kindergarten or first grade is my We Put the Kind in Kindergarten resource. World Kindness Day is celebrated on November 13th, and this activity is perfect! After reading the book which you may purchase on Amazon, students complete a writing flip craft. They write about how they can put the kind in KINDergarten. Display your students’ writing with custom designed bulletin board letters shown below. Learn more about this lesson HERE!
Be the Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud
Another activity for World Kindness Day is my Be the Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud Resource. Students create a rainbow, color the top editable name cloud, and complete the writing in the bottom cloud. Display with the included letters for a colorful kindness display. Read more about this activity HERE.
Rhyme Time Turkeys
As we get closer to Thanksgiving Break, I love creating these Rhyme Time Turkeys with my students. Choose from a variety of word families and have your students write rhyming words on the feathers. Take their pictures posing like turkeys or use the included turkey template. Display with the bulletin board letters for the most adorable display! Learn more HERE.
We Are Thankful
Last on the list of November bulletin boards is this Thanksgiving We Are Thankful Turkey Writing Resource. Simply print the turkey writing templates. Have your kids color the turkey and write a sentence about why they are thankful. Display with the letters for another Thanksgiving display.
If you use any of these resources in your own classroom, I would love to see pictures! Please tag me on Instagram @kindergartenkornerbycasey or email me at email@example.com. Thank you so much for your support!
I hope this post has inspired you to get creative in the month of November!