Trick or Treat...Smell My Feet! | Interactive Halloween Bulletin Board

Fall and Halloween Bulletin Board Idea
Photo Source: doodlebugsteaching.blogspot.com

How utterly adorable is this Halloween bulletin board design from Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching?! Not only do we love the interactive component {and are certain your kiddos will too!}, the poem is a definite 'attention getter' and the student-created elements are sure to be right up every busy teacher's alley! {On a side note...isn't 'busy teacher' kind-of a misnomer? That's pretty much a given, right?!}

Trick or Treat Interactive Bulletin Board

  • Background: Yellow bulletin board paper.
  • Title: It's a rhyme actually...and Kacey adorably scripted it onto a piece of black background paper with chalk!

    "Trick or Treat Smell my feet Can you guess who's under the sheet?!"

  • Border: Complimentary purple wavy trimmer or Halloween themed border.
  • Decoration: Have your kiddos make simple construction paper ghosts, mounting them with a single line of glue along the top of the cutout onto a piece of black construction paper. Have students paste a picture of themselves underneath the ghost "flap". This creates the interactive component of the bulletin board - students are charged with the task of guessing which of their classmates is beneath the 'sheet'!

We thought this was a simple and fun way to add some color to your walls this Halloween season! We guarantee your students will have a blast too =)

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