Hi-lighting Red Ribbon Week Door Decoration

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Hi-lighting Red Ribbon Week Door Decoration

Creativity-smallInspiration from a Berkeley County School

For the next several weeks through the holidays I want to “see” from you! I’d like to post pictures from classrooms all over the country. Please help out by sending me a photo of one of your clever holiday displays/activities/crafts/lessons… include just a brief blurb so I know the circumstances.

We’ll start with this one from Betsy Frazier, Berkeley Alternative School, Berkeley County Schools, SC. Betsy works with high school students.

door 1

To make this door decoration for Red Ribbon Week the students showed incredible teamwork skills. In the beginning when brainstorming, each student had his own ideas. Betsy took all their wants and drew a picture. When the students saw the picture that incorporated all of their ideas, including the 3D effect, they became very excited and jumped in to create what you see in the pictures.

door 2

door 3door 4

They began working on the individual pieces and had Betsy hide the pieces until the students were ready to put the door together. Students didn’t even tell their buddies what their class was doing, just that it was going to be awesome!

door 5

I hope Betsy and her students’ awesomeness gives you some great inspiration.

I look forward to high lighting you and your students’ creativity!

Many blessings,


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| teaching | November 02, 2014

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Wynn Godbold is a certified John Maxwell Team Leadership trainer, speaker, and coach.

One Response to "Hi-lighting Red Ribbon Week Door Decoration"
  • wynn godbold
    wynn godbold November 2, 2014

    Guess what?! Betsy’s class WON the door decorating contest at their school. I can surely see why. Way to go y’all! CONGRATULATIONS on your hard work.

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