Need some inspiration for your bulletin boards this summer? We’ve got you covered! July brings summer fun, Independence Day, and much more. Check out our list below to get brainstorming on your bulletin board ideas this July.
1. Anything Is Popsicle
Fourth of July colors and decorations make this board pop. Simple to make, and the finished product is so adorable.
Source: Pinterest/Brooke Spencer
2. You’re a Firework
Tie a cute art project into this July bulletin board idea. Students will love making their own fireworks.
3. Float Into Summer
This board is perfect for a preschool class. Each student gets their own floaty!
Source: Pinterest/Michelle Gregg
4. Glow Bright
Fireflies, lightning bugs … whatever you call them, they brighten up any bulletin board!
Source: Pinterest/Monica Garcia
5. Camping Out
July means camping, and camping means s’mores! Create an outdoorsy scene right in your classroom.
Source: Pinterest/Liz Mack
6. Don’t Bug Me – I’m Reading
Make summer reading fun with this July bulletin board idea.
7. Hats Off
Include your class in this DIY July bulletin board idea. Don’t be afraid to get creative with the hats.
Source: Pinterest/Michelle Ann
8. Summer Bucket Lists
How cute are these summer bucket lists? Perfect for a summer school activity.
Source: Pinterest/Leslie Anderson
9. Happy Birthday America
Such a creative interactive July bulletin board idea. Perfect for preschoolers.
10. Summer Vibes
Create this relaxing beach scene complete with a gnome. Summer goals!
Source: Pinterest/Kayla Rodriguez
11. Summer Is Sweet
Scoop up all the compliments with this sweet summertime board.
Source: Pinterest/Katie Rogalla
12. We’re the Kids in America
Need an idea for sprucing up your classroom door? This firework door idea will be a blast for your students.
Source: Pinterest/Serena Shores
13. Having a Cool Summer
What’s better than hearing the ice cream truck on a hot summer day?
Source: Pinterest/Yadira Diaz
14. Summertime Watermelon
Serve up some fresh watermelon this July! You can write birthdays and important dates on each piece of fruit.
Source: Judith Kielbowick
15. Having a Blast
We love this Fourth of July–inspired bulletin board idea.
Source: Pinterest/Jenessa Jorgensen
Have more July bulletin board ideas? Post them in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook.
Need more summertime bulletin board ideas? Check out these June bulletin board ideas.