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Hurricane Display Ideas! Help!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by harriella, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Hi everyone,
    My class have been learning about St. Lucia and Hurricanes over the last few weeks. They have created hurricane art, showing wind and destruction and written monologues describing their experiences of the hurricane as it happens.
    Now I have all this lovely learning and I'm struggling to think of a creative way to display it, other than making it look windswept and arranged all over the display board randomly. Normally I'm full of imaginative ideas, but have hit a slump!
    Any ideas as soon as possible would be great, as I'd love to get this display up tomorrow.
    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Hi everyone,
    My class have been learning about St. Lucia and Hurricanes over the last few weeks. They have created hurricane art, showing wind and destruction and written monologues describing their experiences of the hurricane as it happens.
    Now I have all this lovely learning and I'm struggling to think of a creative way to display it, other than making it look windswept and arranged all over the display board randomly. Normally I'm full of imaginative ideas, but have hit a slump!
    Any ideas as soon as possible would be great, as I'd love to get this display up tomorrow.
    Thanks in advance!
     
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    What about cutting some large windswept trees out of several - depending on the size of your board- sheets of black paper. Place these over your display backing colour and then arrange your pictures and writing as the last layer. Personally I wouldn't do a random display of your pictures - I'd place these quite carefully.
    Your title for the display could be in a windswept style font - perhaps using wordart.
     

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