VOCATION LAB TOUR PART 9: Bulletin boards are great for putting up pretty things to look at, but if you haven’t had the chance yet, make the switch to putting up something that is functional and interactive! So I previously posted about the grocery store cabinet (part 3 of the tour), but sometimes it’s just hard to find space for something like that. What I love about this bulletin board is that it doesn’t take up too much space, you can do endless amounts of activities for all level of students, and it can be an individual or group lesson. Students can work on something as simple as identifying an item color or price, all the way up to simulating a full consumer & employee shopping experience to practice money math, vocational, and social. Do you have any interactive bulletin boards up in your classroom? Share your ideas in the comments below!
If you are interested in the Hardware Store Interactive Bulletin Board activity? You can find it discounted for a limited time in my Tpt store (link in profile). The activity comes with store item printable, price tags, shopping list and coupon task cards, and tons of worksheets! I also have a grocery store version as well!
Check out parts 1-8 of the voc lab tour in my previous posts, and check back tomorrow for part 10!