Bulletin Board Displays For
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
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
Sent in by Carol Weddle
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.
Jesus is the Champion - Bulletin Board Display
We made this at camp, which was based on the Olympic games. We used fabric like felt for the base, also for the small squares around and letters. The golden cup in the middle is painted on fabric with gold paint. The globe was made with small pieces of papers glued on the base. It was a group activity so lots of children were included. When finished we were marching with the banner around the campfire singing "Jesus is the Champion of the World". Sent in by Natalia Luptakova
Jesus is Our Treasure - Bulletin Board Display
We made this banner in the end of the camp called Treasure Quest. The whole week we were following pirates hunting for treasure, and discovered together, that Jesus is our Treasure. Letters are cut from felt, glued on fabric, and decorated with sequins. The treasure chest is made from brown cards, decorated with gold fabric, and gold paper. We used lots of decorations around the treasure chest to make it look very rich. Some of the decorations were sewn on to keep them in place. I still keep this banner in my office. Sent in by Natalia Luptakova
Good Friendships Are Budding In Our Room
Here are some cute bulletin board ideas for spring sent in by
A three-dimensional flower border was added to each bulletin board.
Click here for directions to make the 3D flowers.
"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 Me". 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.
"Soar to New Heights with Jesus!" - Bulletin Board Display
Use this bulletin board to advertise a kite day outreach.
This bulletin is very simple to make. Use a bright blue background for the sky. Buy kite posters and little people borders. Print out each word of the saying on a separate sheet of paper and cut around the words in clouds shapes. Cut extra clouds. Staple on the clouds and saying, then the kites, and then the border. Staple a thin string from the kite to the hands of the children in the border.
The bulletin board picture with the flowers at the bottom was sent in by Susan.
"Lay Up Your Treasures in Heaven" - Bulletin Board Display
Add sea creatures and a treasure chest to a blue background to make this colorful bulletin board display.
Sent in by Susan Vaughn
"We're Hooked on Jesus" - Door Decoration
Fish pictures and a giant hook is all you need to complete this adorable bulletin board display.
Sent in by Susan Vaughn
"An Ocean of Commotion, but Jonah Came Out All Right" - Decoration
Susan set a huge cardboard whale on the floor next to her ocean themed displays (above) to tie everything together.
Sent in by Susan Vaughn
"The Best Things in Life Aren't Things - They're Friends!" - Bulletin Board Display
Sent in by Susan
"Look Who Popped In" - Bulletin Board Display
Save a popcorn bucket from the movie theater and make "popcorn" for it by scrunching up white trash bags and gluing them into the bucket. For the other "popcorn" on the door, draw popcorn shapes on a piece of paper and glue on pictures of your kids in the center of the shapes. Laminate them and cut them out. Print out the words using WordArt or other editing program and then draw the popcorn shapes around them. Laminate them and cut them out. The background is red and white striped material found at Walmart in the $2 a yard in the clearance bin. This idea and picture was sent in by Rebecca Mosher
"We Are Learning How to Follow God's Word" - Bulletin Board Display
Use yellow paper for the background and cut a path from green paper. Type out the words using WordArt or other editing program. Print them out and cut them out. Using bright paint, have your children make footprints on black construction paper. Cut them out and put them on the path following the Bible. The border has Bibles on it. The Bible is a piece of black poster board with limbs, hands, feet, and facial features cut from construction paper. This idea and picture was sent in by Rebecca Mosher
This is an idea I read about (it was originally for a bulletin board) and then decided to adapt for my door. I covered the door with gold gift-wrap and added a red bandana border. The children's names are printed out and glued onto heart shaped doilies. I made the candy box from 2 pieces of poster board; I just cut 2 hearts as large as I could--one from each piece of poster board. Then I used the scraps to make the border around the candy box and cut slits in it so it would overlap (I used hot glue). The bow on the box is made from wired ribbon that says "With Love" all over it and it is wired through the box. I printed "Assorted Sweeties" on my computer using Word Art and a list of ingredients which reads: "Ingredients: God, Love, Friendship, Sugar, Spice, and 20% Mischief". I used a tack to hang the bottom of the box and then hot glued the top to the bottom.
For the "candies" I opened some chocolate covered cherries and some Hershey's nuggets and wrapped them around bottle caps and foam, then hot glued them on to the heart cupcake liners. The empty spaces are for me to add the pictures of my students and one of the cupcake wrappers has a mirror on it for any visitor we might have. This idea and picture was sent in by Rebecca Mosher
"Jesus Warms My Heart"
Use a dark blue background - like a winter night. Use red lettering with a yellow outline for the title: "Jesus Warms our Hearts". Decorate the board with snowflakes. Finish it off with some snowy trees at the bottom and a snowflake border and a big red heart in the center. This will last through Valentine's Day. Sent in by Linda Rife
"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 a lesson on being a good friend. To find patterns and a lesson Click Here.
"God is Always with Us" - Bulletin Board Display
This bulletin board goes along with the lesson "God is Always with Us."
Easter and Palm Sunday Display
The Road That Jesus Walked
Use a white background paper and paint a curvy road with rocks on it. Then paint a scene of Jesus carrying a cross. This is easily done by placing a coloring page on an overhead projector and then tracing it onto the white bulletin board paper. Paint the scene with acrylic paints. Some shading makes it very pretty. Write, "The Road that Jesus Walked" at the top of the board. Cut green palm leaves from construction paper and glue to the road. If you put this up early, you can leave it on the wall for about eight weeks. Susan
Christmas Bulletin Board Ideas
"Shine for Jesus"- Cut out construction paper Christmas light bulb shapes and use string or a marker to make it look like they are strung together across the top of your bulletin board. Glue pictures of your children on the bulbs. Use the caption:"Shine for Jesus".
You can also add the poem from the feathered Christmas Tree Craft on Christmas Crafts Page 2.
"Lord, make me a light like the one on my tree
that shines so bright for all to see"
Written by Carolyn Warvel
This idea was sent in by Elizabeth Bartlett
His Love is so Bright I Gotta Wear Shades
Cut out flower pedal shapes and circles for the center of the flowers. Have your children each make a flower and then add pictures of the children wearing sunglasses to the center of each flower. Sent in by Holly Morales.
Moses Crosses The Red Sea Bulletin Board
Have your children make footprints on a piece of white bulletin board paper so it looks like they are walking across the paper. Staple the footprint paper to the center of the board. Add blue paper to represent the Red Sea. Have your children color fish shapes and add them to the sea. Holly also made Moses from a paint stir. She added cotton for his hair and beard, and pipe cleaners for arms and a staff. Sent in by Holly Morales.
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
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.