PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: Getting to Know [the physical education teachers]

Category: Beginning of School

Suggested Grade Level: k-2

Materials: Visuals which provide answers to various categories.

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The purpose is to get better acquainted with the physical education teachers. The visuals answer such questions as: Favorite Activity, Favorite Color, Favorite Snack, Favorite Color, Favorite Movie, Favorite Teams, and Favorite Vacation Spot. Questions could be subject to your own personal preferences.

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Submitted by Kevin Yarnell who teaches at Chancellor Livingston in Rhinebeck, NY. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 9/5/2016 1:43:22 PM. Viewed 1752 times since 9/3/2016.

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Meghan Witz

Great Idea!! My students loved learning more about me and my partner teacher. They'd come to class and say, "I know your favorite animal."

Marge Smith

I used this idea to start the school year with my PE Program. The students, parents, and staff all enjoyed reading the interesting facts that I posted. The kids came to class energized since they knew more about me. Thanks!

Emily Recore

I will definitely use this clever bulletin board to kick off the school year. It is a great way to introduce myself to my students. I love it!

John Todd

I plan on using this board at my school this year. I will be changing the names of the teachers to myself and my co-teacher. This is an easy way for students to get to know us on a more personal level. I love this idea for helping to improve student rapport.