PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: Just Say No To Stress

Category: Health

Suggested Grade Level: 3-8

Materials: Bulletin Board Paper, Cardstock Paper, Border


My bulletin board was built to help teach a unit over stress. It's purpose was to help the student's learn about techniques to relieve stress by completing a giant cross word puzzle. There are clues on one side of the bulletin board and the blank cross word structure is on the other side. The students are to read the clues and fill in the correct box on the cross word puzzle with the correct letter. When they are finished, the cross word puzzle will be completely filled in and have all of the stress relievers discussed in class listed. The bulletin board also has directions, educational objective, KY core content, answer key, "I Did It!" sheet, and a pouch for the game pieces. It also has pictures that go with the stress relievers on the cross word puzzle. It is a manipulative bulletin board.

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Submitted by Ann-Michael Goff who teaches at Lindsey Wilson College in Greensburg, KY. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 10/16/2010 2:22:05 PM. Viewed 11440 times since 10/13/2010.

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I this bulletin board. I wish you could list out the clues for the words above. The picture is too small to see the across and down clues.

Ann-Michael Goff

I just wanted to let everyone who views this bulletin board know that the information underneath it is incorrect. I am actually an elementary education student at Lindsey Wilson College which is located in Columbia, KY. Sorry for the confusion.