Bulletin Board Displays For
Bible Verse Review Bulletin Board Displays For Sunday School
Use these charming printables to encourage your children to memorize their Bible Verses. Print out the patterns onto card stock and staple them to a bulletin board. Make Bible verse cards by cutting different colors of construction paper in half lengthwise and then into 2-inch strips. These Printable Bulletin Board Pictures are available to members on The Resource Room. You can also glue the pictures to the outside of a file folder and store the Bible verse cards in the pockets, or glue them to a large envelope and store the cards inside the envelope.
"Verses I Otter Know"
Print any new Bible verses onto the construction paper strips, and pin them under the "Verses I Otter Know" otter picture.
Review the Bible verse using games and repetition. (You can find lots of Bible verse review games on the Bible Games Page. Once you have reviewed the verse so that your child can say the verse without looking at it, pin it under the "Verses I Bear-ly Know" bear picture.
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"Verses I Bear-ly Know"
The verses pinned under this category are verses your child has already studied but still needs more review.
Keep reviewing the verse using games or other activities listed on the Bible Games Page until your children gets tired or he can say the verse without looking.
If he can say the verse fairly well pin the verse under the "Verses I Owl-most Know" picture to be reviewed the next day.
"Verses I Owl-most Know"
Verses pinned under this picture should be verses that your child can recite without help. Review the verse each day for a week and then place it under the "Verses I know purr-fectly".
"Verses I Know Purr-fectly"
The verses under this category are verses your child can recite without help. Review these verses weekly.
If there is a verse in this category that your child has forgotten, review the verse and place it back into the "Verses I Owl-most know" category.
If you don't have a bulletin board or somewhere to hang the pictures, you can glue the picture to the outside of a large envelope and have your children store the Bible verse cards in the envelopes.
We would love to hear how you use these pictures.
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Ten Commandments Bulletin Board Display Set
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Counting Sheep 1 -10 Display Printouts
Counting Sheep Numbers One - Ten Bulletin Board Display Printouts
The Patterns for the sheep are available to members only.
Monkey Bulletin Board Printouts
Large Printable Monkey Sign for You Bulletin Board Display - Add Your Own Words!
Go to the Monkey Crafts Page to see more monkey printouts for your bulletin board display.
Happy Harvest Fall Bulletin Board Display for Sunday School
This bulletin board display can be used for many different purposes. It was designed to go along with the Bible lesson "Happy Harvest". The pumpkins have words from the Bible Verse.
1. You can also have each child design their own pumpkin or jack-o-lantern.
2. Write new vocabulary words on the pumpkins.
3. Have your children write a fall poem on the pumpkins.
4. Put pictures of your children on the pumpkins.
Go to the Fall Crafts and Activities Page for directions and patterns for this bulletin board.
We're Falling for Jesus! Bulletin Board Display
Take pictures of your children during class and have them developed and printed. Staple blue paper on the bulletin board for the background color. Print out the saying. Go to "Jesus Never Changes" Bible lesson for the patterns.
Cut out around the words and staple them to the bulletin board. Use the leaf pattern as a template to cut leaf shapes from different colors of construction paper. Staple the leaves to the board randomly. Staple pictures of your children to the leaves.
"Thanks Mom" - Mother's Day Bulletin Board
Carol used the pattern from the Bird Picture in the Spring Crafts section of Danielle's Place to make this Mama bird with her chicks bulletin board display. You can glue straw or dried grass to the bird's nest and feathers to the birds to add texture.
Glue a gummy worm or realistic rubber worm used for fishing to the mama bird's beak. To finish add a pretty spring border.
Sent in by Carol Weddle
Jesus Gives New Life Bulletin Board
Created by Cheryl Blansett and Janet Blansett. They made the board 3-D by adding silk flowers and a nest.
Jesus Saves, That's Something to Crow About! - Bulletin Board Display
Carol used the Crow Pattern from the bird crafts page to make this bulletin board display. Add a 3D effect by attaching the beak so that it sticks out from the bulletin board.
Sent in by Carol Weddle
"You are Kind and Forgiving" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board display goes along with the lesson on the Prodigal Son for preschool children called "The Big Mistake".
"Fully Rely on God" - Frog Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board display can also be used with the lesson "God Will Help You". Go to the lesson for directions and patterns for this display.
"God is Our Shepherd and We are His Lambs" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board comes with a border, title banner, and lots of little sheep. Go to "The Lost Sheep" Lesson for directions and patterns.
"Bee Theme Bulletin Board"
The "bee" theme can be used with many different sayings or titles for your bulletin board such as "We Bee-long to Jesus", "Bee a part of our class", "Be happy, Jesus loves you," etc. You can have each child write his name on a bee and add it to the bulletin board. You can also decorate the bottom of the board to match your theme. Click here for a Bee Pattern.
"Following in His Steps" - Bulletin Board Display
Children think of ways they can follow in Jesus' steps and write things on paper feet cutouts and then tape them to the board. This bulletin board goes along with the lesson "Following in His Steps". There is also a lesson for Preschool Children.
This display can be a work in progress. Before you start the lesson ask the children to think about ways they can follow in Jesus' footsteps. For instance, if you have the lesson on "The Women at the Well", you can ask the children what example Jesus left us in this story. You can write words on the feet like: compassionate, understanding, forgiving, accepting, caring, etc. As children think up new words, let the children add them to the display or point out words that are already on the board and tell how they relate to the story.
"Jesus is the Way!" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board goes along with the lesson "The Straight and Narrow." You will find directions and patterns on the lesson page.
"I Am the Vine, You are the Branches" - Bulletin Board Display
This 3D bulletin board goes along with the lesson "I am the Vine". Children make the grapes using purple cotton balls and hang them on the vine. They write words on the leaves that describe things that keep us close to the "Vine", and things that keep us from producing good fruit.
The Fruit of the Spirit - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board display goes along with the lesson "The Fruit of the Spirit". You will find directions and patterns for this bulletin board display in the lesson.
"Keys to a Happy Heart" Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin Board Display goes along with the lesson "Keys to a Happy Heart" Children can help you make this display by coloring the keys and writing things on the keys that lead to a happy heart.
"What Kind of a Friend are You?" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board goes along with the lesson Ladybug Friend and is about being a good friend.
"God is Always with Us" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board goes along with the lesson "God is Always with Us."
Leafing Through The Bible
The tree on the left has leaves with the books of the Old Testament written on them and the tree on the right has the books of the New Testament. One book of the Bible is written on each leaf. We made a paper butterfly attached to a clothespin for each student. Their butterfly was attached to the leaf they could get to when reciting the books of the Bible. Sent in by Debbie Cleveland
3D Flowers Bulletin Board Display
The directions for this bulletin board display were sent in by Susan Vaughn:
Cut long ovals from purple construction paper to make the hyacinth flower head. Crinkle up small squares of purple construction paper to make the flowers. Glue them to the oval flower head with Aileen's tacky glue (The one in the gray bottle works best.) Cut green leaves and stems from green construction paper. Assemble the flowers on the wall or glue all the pieces together and then attach them to the wall.
Cut the petals of the daffodils from yellow construction paper in star shape with rounded sides. For the middle of the daffodil, cut a long piece of yellow construction paper 4" high.
Use notched scrap booking scissors to cut one long side and regular scissors to cut the other. Accordion-fold the long piece, and then glue the ends together to make a 4" high cylinder. Using the same glue mentioned above, dip the bottom of the pleated trumpet (the smooth edge) in the glue and attach it to yellow petals. Add leaves and a stem to finish the flower.
Cut red egg shapes from construction paper to make the tulip petals. Glue them together in a slight arc shape. When they are dry, attach the petal together at the ends to make a cylinder shape. Fold the bottom of the cylinder in to make a cup shape. Cut leaves and stems from green construction paper.
Links to Other Web Sites with Bulletin Board Ideas
BoardsGalore.com - You will find lots of church and school bulletin boards and decoration ideas here from many different contributors.