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Notice boards for getting children to
pay attention can sometimes be the most difficult aspect of managing a
classroom of kids. Whether it’s a lesson in maths,
geography or music, younger children are prone to losses of concentration and
find themselves tired of learning and their minds wandering. It can also prove
to be difficult to try to interest children in additional after school clubs
and activities. So we’ve devised a list
of different types of noticeboards for schools that can capture or rejuvenate the interest and excitement of
learning in all children.
can be one of the best ways to encourage children to engage with posters that
may include information about after school clubs, school plays and other
activities. Because these types of noticeboards come in many shapes, sizes and
colours, they are eye catching and engaging to younger children and act to draw
them in to see what is displayed. These noticeboards look fun, interesting and
make wonderful additions to school and classroom walls.
are some of the best types of noticeboards for schools. With bold, vibrant,
exciting colours and shapes for children to engage with, visual, shaped notice
boards will be sure to attract the attention of children and encourage them to
engage with the content displayed inside the noticeboards.
as the information tree
board are perfect for schools. By displaying school events, after school club
activities, and also posting photos of teachers, it creates a sense of
community for the school and encourages not only the children but also parents
to engage with the board.
There are many shaped noticeboards that can make
learning and reading fun and exciting for children. These shapes are much more
attractive for young children than regular noticeboards due to their bold,
friendly shapes that children can easily recognise and are naturally drawn to.
Cases like these can be placed anywhere on the wall and with their tamperproof
safety locks, children cannot get into the boards display cases or pull down information
sheets and posters from the board.
Boards such as this
world map dry-wipe board would be a superb addition to any classroom. With its
anti-scratch surface you can even place these down on the floor or a table to
allow younger children to draw onto them.
These boards are
not only for display but can be used as learning aids when introducing younger children
to the wonders of geography. It’s a great way of encouraging children to interact with
each other during activities and lessons that can be taught with these boards.
displays are perfect boards for schools. With a double display, you can use the
device as a whiteboard in classrooms, which due to its mobility can be moved
from room to room with ease. In addition, the device can also be used as a
notice board, which once again can be moved around classrooms easily. The board
features a Velcro noticeboard can be switched around to the whiteboard with
Lockable display cases are suitable
for displaying information that can be intended for both pupils and parents.
Because of their secure locks, children cannot pull down any posters, or
informative documents that may be inside the cases. These cases are good
particularly for more permanent types of notices such as school rules.
Easels can be used for
presentations and lessons. Suitable for the use of both teachers and pupils,
easels are tidy solutions to mobile boards. With built in pen trays, and
magnetic surfaces, accessories can be kept neatly in place for the next lesson.