Classroom Corkboard

Classroom Corkboard

You'll Need

Corkboard,play foam,tacky glue,silver dimensional paint,black marker,Velcro fasteners
Cut pencil shapes from foam, using different colors for the body of each pencil, pink foam for the eraser, and peach foam for the tip of the pencil. Glue together with tacky glue. Using a black marker, write each student's name on a pencil and draw on a lead point. Draw a silver stripe to imitate the metal portion of a real pencil. Use Velcro fasteners with adhesive backing to attach the pencils around the edges of the corkboard. This will allow the teacher to use the board with each new class. Make sure you line up the pencils before attaching them so you'll know which names must be written vertically (so they'll be easier to read on the sides of the corkboard). Finish it up by putting "Mrs. Pam's class" on the top portion of the cork, using foam letters you've cut out or a square of foam with the phrase written on it. Be sure to include a few extra pencils so your child's teacher can change any students' names who move away or are transferred to your child's school.
 
 
 
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