Notice boards bring colour and interest into a classroom and are an easy way to display information for everyone to see. Classrooms, libraries, and even break rooms benefit from a well put-together notice board. Notice boards are sure to spark interest and discussion when people see them. Young children benefit from notice boards because they learn through visual stimulation.
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A notice board with baby photos of all the kids in a classroom, or the people in the office, can make for a fun guessing game. Have people provide a baby photo and a recent photo of themselves for the board. Number the baby photos, and assign each recent photo a letter. Allow people to guess which photos are a pair. Reveal the answers at the end of the month, or when it is time to put up a new board.
Then and Now
Simply pairing a baby photo and a recent photo of each person featured on the notice board is a great way to show off what people looked like as babies. You may consider tagging each pair of pictures with the name of the individual. You can also add captions, such as "most changed," "cutest baby" or "least changed."
A collage of baby pictures is a great idea for a classroom. Younger children and babies love to look at other pictures of babies and are very interested in faces. A collage of baby photos, or even pictures of babies from magazines, will be interesting for the children in a younger classroom.
Another idea for an infant or baby classroom in a day care centre is to create a notice board with the pictures of the babies in the class, and mark each milestone as they hit it. Next to each baby's photo, leave some room to add the milestone and the date. For example, when the child begins crawling, you can add a picture of the baby crawling, add a caption and the date.
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