Easter Bulletin Boards

 

Easter Bulletin Boards

Easter is the time of year when spring is in full swing and the Easter bunny comes out to play. It is also the time to decorate Easter bulletin boards. For Christians, Easter is symbolic of Christ rising from the dead. While this is a great time to decorate the bulletin boards, it is also a little difficult to pick a bulletin board theme and decorate it appropriately. In either event, whether you have run out of ideas or are unsure of how to decorate a bulletin board for this time of the year, this guide will give you a few ideas to replicate or to put your own spin on repeated elements.

Church Bulletin Board Ideas

Depending on the type of church and religious beliefs, church bulletin boards can feature almost every type of Easter scene from rabbits to crosses. However, instead of selecting one or the other, you can combine the whimsy of the Easter bunny with religious traditions for a harmonious board. To start, begin by creating an Easter bunny holding a cross while wearing a purple cloth for a Christian church. You can add other Easter related elements like eggs, an Easter basket, or even the bible and biblical phrases. In either event, just because Easter is a religious holiday in your church it doesn't mean that you have to leave out fun and character. Therefore, don't be afraid of combining the elements.

Teacher Bulletin Board Ideas

Traditional Easter bunny bulletin boards usually showcase a single Easter bunny with eggs. To revamp this design, instead of making one Easter bunny on the board, make many small Easter bunnies that are equal to the amount of children in the classroom. Take pictures of the children and cut out rabbit ears out of paper plates or construction paper and add the ears to each of the children's photos. You can also choose to add whiskers and bunny noses to the photos as well. For the final touch, add eggs or whatever you would like to the background along with a message to complete the board.

Use Easter as a time when you can actually give something to the students from the bulletin board itself. Create an Easter themed bulletin board with a grass scene using plastic Easter eggs adhered to the board. When the class is playing games, you can allow the winner to select an egg from the board. The eggs should be secured to the board but they should be accessible and easy to open. Place candy or small toys inside the eggs and after each game allow a different student to open an Easter egg and receive a treat as part of a good behavior reward.

Bulletin Board Ideas for Easter

Easter does not have to be all about eggs and bunny rabbits. Easter is often correlated to spring. Therefore, instead of doing the traditional Easter egg bulletin board, you can opt to add anything spring to the bulletin board. For example, for Easter bulletin board ideas you can use butterflies along with bunny rabbits in a spring meadow scene. Another idea for a less traditional religious Easter theme would be to bring Jesus into spring. Jesus could be the "SONshine" with him rising above a spring scene. This is synonymous of spring and Jesus rising from the dead on Easter.

All of these design ideas are simply that: ideas. You don't have to replicate each design exactly. In fact, you can use the ideas as a starting point to create your own spin on the design of your choice. In either event, make sure that the message for the board during Easter time is clear. Although the design is important the message is equally important and should be easy to see and read. Keep that in mind and you have a foolproof guide to create your own Easter bulletin board masterpiece.

 

Easter Basket to Make for the Workplace

What are Easter Baskets? 8 Tips on Easter Basket to Make


Easter Basket to Make - 8 Tips and Ideas...


Easter and baskets just seem to go together, you can hardly imagine one without the other. The Easter basket, just like the holiday itself, is a combination of many various traditions and religions, but typically an Easter basket is filled with sweet treats and hard-boiled, colored eggs. Of course, not everyone celebrates the holiday, but this should not stop you from offering your employees a basket, and you can even making them yourself inexpensively.


Easter Basket to Make Tips

  1. Here are quick tips for making an Easter basket include:
  2. Using a coffee mug and filling it will Easter grass and candies such as chocolate eggs
  3. Use small baskets that you can purchase inexpensively and fill them with candies and Easter green grass
  4. Boil some eggs and color them and leave them on each employee's desk
  5. If you bake, making some homemade Easter cookies for your employees and putting them in a basket is a wonderful way in which to show you care
  6. Purchase the large plastic Easter eggs and fill them yourself with candies and treats and leave them on each desk
  7. When it comes to making Easter baskets for your employees, you can purchase them ready-made or save some money and make them yourself. When you take the time to make the baskets yourself, you show you care and it helps to motivate the entire team.
  8. Include a special Easter message that perhaps aligns with your company values or a campaign that you may be running.

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