St. Patrick’s Day bulletin board ideas are some of my all-time favorites, because, well, St. Patrick’s Day is my favorite! I mean, green is even one of my favorite colors!
With this fun bulletin board, you can use it as a great opportunity to keep your students engaged with their goals! Goal setting is often a major focus around the New Year, but what about follow-up? We all know how important it can be to see our goals frequently to stay on track with our progress.
This darling activity has quickly become a favorite part of my classroom’s bulletin board. Students love seeing their progress on their goals AND the fun “Pots of Gold: Goals, perfect for this March holiday.
“Pots of Gold” Goals Bulletin Board – What You’ll Get
• 3 Black & White Pots of Goals Options
• 3 Colored Pots of Goals Options
These “Pots of Gold” Goals are an easy-to-use, cute, and printable solution for your bulletin board around St. Patrick’s Day!
Why You’ll Love This St. Patricks Day Bulletin Board for Goal Setting
With the school year more than halfway through, it’s a great time to check in on your students’ goal progress. These cute ‘Pots of Goals’ gold coins make checking in on goals fun for your kids!
Plus, students love walking past the bulletin board and getting a quick reminder of what they should be working toward. Reminders are often the most important part of good goal setting for students (and adults)!
Just print these off, let your students fill them out, and get a quick and fun St. Patrick’s Day decoration for your classroom and bulletin board.
These Pots of Goals also go well with the St. Patrick’s Day Snap Cube mats, especially if any student goals are related to math!
If you’re looking for more fun ideas for March & St. Patrick’s Day, check out this article!
Other teachers’ experiences with this March St. Patrick’s Day Board
“Super cute craft. I allowed students to write their “gold” on the gold coins. In other words, I had them write what is important to them and means as much as gold.”
“This was so fun and made a great display.”
“My student loved creating their goals using this cute St. Patrick’s Day theme!”
“So excited to make the individual goals with my class this week!”