Let friendship shine

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  1. Mrs. A+++

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    Hello! everyone. I am a 6th grade math teacher looking for bulletin board ideas. As you might already know Chicago is competing to have the olympics in our city. The principal wants us to tie in the theme "let friendship shine" to our first bulletin board of the year. The bulletin board should be done by tues. when the students come in. Please help me find creative way to Incorporate the theme while using math.
     
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    WELCOME!
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    thank you!!
     
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    I don't have any ideas, but I wanted to tell you I smiled when I saw your "name". I immediately thought of Ralphie's teacher in "A Christmas Story" writing A+++++++ on all the blackboards in his classroom. :D
     
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    Black background, have kids walking in the dark holding flashlights with the lightbeams shining on math problems.
     
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    -Olympic participants from all different countries, in different sports; carrying torches with math problems written on them...

    -Cut-outs of different Olympic participants; connected together with MATH PROBLEMS on their country flags(?); like paper dolls kind of thing...

    -Candles can be held by the Olympians, with Math books in their hands OR Math problems on a blackboard that they are trying to read...
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