We don't have bulletin boards in our hallways-we have those cork strips up high above their coat hooks. We did snowman glyphs at the beginning of December, and they're still up. I need ideas, and for some reason my brain is fried! I don't like doing art projects just for the sake of having something cute hanging up. I like doing projects that are academic and that the students can learn from, such as the glyphs. I would love to have them go through the writing process and have a piece of writing displayed, but I have a feeling that would be way too much work, because they aren't ready to learn the writing process yet. Unless I maybe just talk about it briefly, but don't formally teach it. For example, I can have them write something based on a common topic, and then the next day I can tell them we're going to "edit" the piece by making sure we have everything spelled correctly. What do you guys think? Is that just too much for them? Should I stick to an art project related to a story or something?