You know that I love a good craft and bulletin board display, and this post is all about one of my absolute favorites! This 3D tulips craft, writing, and bulletin board is the perfect activity for the first day of spring.
3D Tulips Craft
Here’s what’s included in this spring resource differentiated for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade:
- 6 differentiated tulip writing templates to meet your emerging or advanced writers’ needs
- 3D Tulip Craft
- Teacher Tips for assembly
- Bulletin board letters in black and white and NEW color letters that read, “Spring has sprung!”
Creating your 3D Tulips
Prior to beginning this craft, I like to begin by reading a spring story. You can choose whatever story you like. I show the kids the craft example. Together, we make an anchor chart with a list of responses to the writing prompt, “Spring is…” Students move to their seats, and I pass out the tulips stems. They cut them out, and complete the writing prompt as I walk around the room providing assistance if needed.
Once all the kids have completed the writing in the stem portion, it’s time to make the 3D tulips. To do so, you’ll follow the step-by-step directions included in the file. Take a look at how they turned out last spring in my kindergarten…
Creating Your Spring Bulletin Board or Window Display
Your finished tulips will look amazing wherever you decide to display them!
Some years, I have placed them in the windows.
Other years, I have used them on lockers. They really pop when you look at them as you walk down the hallway!
Here’s how they look on a bulletin board.
Spring Bulletin Boards Teacher Feature
Nothing makes my teacher heart happier than seeing educators using my resources in their classrooms. Check out these two displays…
If you use this resource, I would love to feature you as well! Please tag me on Instagram @kindergartenkornerbycasey or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you ready to create this beautiful spring scene in your classroom?
You can find my Spring 3D Tulips Bulletin Board resource in my TPT store.
They are guaranteed to brighten up your classroom or hallways!
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Casey Stewart is a kindergarten teacher and founder of Kindergarten Korner. She has 17 years of experience teaching in kindergarten, first, and second grade. She created http://www.kindergartenkorner.com to inspire fellow educators and help guide parents and homeschooling families on their journey throughout the magical kindergarten experience. Casey also has three kids of her own at home. Learn more about her HERE.