I use this 3 Kings bulletin board for several lessons in Acts. The first one is for Stephen when he talks about some of the Old Testament Bible men. This helps put in perspective the kings for the kids. This is another resource I found at the Teacher's Workshop! Lots of bulletin boards have been done for these three, but I was able to copy these faces from the workshop. I do not know the original owner.
**For extra texture, I used the glue dots to attach jewels to the crowns purchased at any craft store. They really add a nice pop and the kids like to see the sparkle!**
Everything is attached to poster board, including the border,
so I can take it up and down with the lessons I will use it with.
The kings are bigger than a regular sheet of paper and they are laminated. They are attached with glue dots from my scrapbooking stash. Everything is printed on cardstock. The border and the labels are glued with Aleene's Tacky Glue. These are the 2 that I use to attach just about everything that is not stapled. They stay glued. For years.
Now, if you can draw, feel free to make your own kings like the above, but if you can't, here are some pictures/posters you can print that are free to use from Standard Publishing (links below).
There are two arrows for each number included in the download, so you can use whichever suits the direction you need them to go.
Click here to print the title, info cards and arrows.
Here are some pics for the 3 kings: