Back in early August, we kicked off our semi-annual Front Row Board Contest. Since then, almost 100 teachers created incredible Front Row-themed boards in their classrooms!
We are so thankful for all of your amazing work!
This year, the one thing that really stood out to us was your creativity. Some of you created boards for Math, others for ELA. Sometimes the boards spanned entire hallways, and other times they were attached to a door or a desk.
But, the one thing they all had in common: they were made with lots of love. ❤️
So, without further ado, the votes are in, and our panel of judges have chosen the three grand-prize winners.
Third Place: Reach for the Stars!
We LOVE how creative this board is! It does a great job of motivating students to reach for the stars and continue to make progress in Front Row. Plus, it doesn't hurt that those cutouts of the pig, penguin, hippo, and fox are ridiculously cute. 😀
Second Place: Front Row Growth Mindset 🚀
The upper elementary grades at this school teamed up for a hallway bulletin board. Every month, each grade level aims to answer 80,000 questions on Front Row!
Let's hear directly from the teacher who created this amazing board:
"Our school has a large focus on teaching kids growth mindset and Front Row has helped us do so this past year. We were excited to be able to incorporate both into our bulletin board to encourage our students to continue having a growth mindset while working hard on all Front Row had to offer."
We're so happy to see a large group of teachers come together in a school to help their students grow!
First Place: Front Row Math and ELA
Wow! This board is jaw-dropping! Not only does it look incredible, but it also:
- Tracks students progress across both Math and ELA
- Tracks how many coins students have earned
- Tracks the leaderboard
Want to see even more?
If you'd like to see all of the submissions (there are so many great ones!) then click here. We'll be running this contest again in early 2018 so you can use these as inspiration for your own board. 😀
Thank you to everyone who created a Front Row board!
We are so grateful for all of you who created a Front Row board! We are in awe of your creativity, passion, and your dedication to helping your students grow.