But anyway, I came across this idea from Pinterest one day and thought it would be PERFECT for my Tech classroom. It's a Wordle Wall!!
I will admit first off that it took me almost 2 days to get it all done, but I probably did it the long way.
In the forum where I found this, the teacher said that she printed the words out and then laminated them. I'm not sure what kind of printer she used, but my printer doesn't print letters that big, so......I went back to 1980 and did it the old fashioned way.
First, I hung bulletin board paper on the chalkboard, used Microsoft Word to create fancy letters and projected the words onto my chalkboard. I traced the letters and cut them out and then laminated them. (This is part of the reason it took me so long to get it done. I had to cut each letter out TWICE. Once from the bulletin board, once from the laminate.) Because I'm a bit of a spacial perfectionist instead of going at it and hot gluing from the get, I decided to tape the words where I thought I wanted them, first.
***That's another little tip. If you have those horrible brick walls that
NOTHING sticks to, use hot glue!! It works great! Make sure you get the high
heat gun, though. Guarantee your posters will stay up most of the year if not the whole
year. The old school blue tacky putty works good, too***
Then, when I finally got it right, I hot glued away! Drum roll please......................................
I am SOOOOOOOO happy with the way this turned out. I also like the fact that I left a lot of room and there is the opportunity to add more words. I can even let the kids help me with this now!!
Here are a few more shots I took.
Taped up before the commitment
DONE!! Love it!!