Thursday, January 22, 2015

Paul Pocket Chart & Word Wall

This Word Wall for Paul is part of an interactive bulletin board that I use for the Apostle Paul during our study of Acts.


(Top right picture) I used push pins to attach the back hook of the paper clamps across the top of the bulletin board. This way, I can easily change the posters that I use for the 20 week study of Paul.
I use these posters through the study of Paul. I change the posters for the different people he is traveling with, different information we are studying, the governors and King Agrippa that he has to go before, etc. You can see more about the posters here. Click here to print the posters.
I use the map for Paul's travels here. I printed maps for the students to mark as we discuss his travels. For the Word Wall/Pocket Chart, The printables that you see in blue at the top, are also available in black and white. I printed these to add to the students notebooks. I printed the Word Strips and used them in the pocket charts. The pocket charts come in assorted colors. You can find this size at Dollar Tree or Target Dollar Spot when they stock school supplies. Or, you can find them at your local teacher supply store (more expensive). 

To use these, print onto cardstock and cut the strips. The title needs glued together, since it is long. I glued mine to fit inside the first section. They can be stored in a long envelope or use a paper clamp to hold them together. This download is 13 pages, so you can refer back to this post if you are not sure what is best for you to print. Click here to print.



6 comments:

  1. I love that you started this blog and have such great resources. My son is a youth pastor so I frequently share some of your ideas with him. I read that you are from Ohio. Are you still there? That's where I live-Cincinnati. Blessed you joined The Weekend Brew. Mary

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    1. Thank you for the comments Mary! I really appreciate you sharing the blog with others. We live in Memphis now, but we came from the opposite end of Ohio! We lived by Cedar Point, right by the lake. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Hi, this sounds like a great lesson and perfect for Literacy Musing Mondays. I hope you will link up with us each week. Here is this week's link: http://www.maryanderingcreatively.com/literacy-musing-mondays-2/

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  3. This is a great word wall chart Debbie!


    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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