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Wonder Wall Brainstorming Display Template

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF, Word | 15 pages | Years: F - 6

Cut-out templates and decorations to create an interactive, brainstorming "Wonder Wall" display.

Use this teaching resource to create an interactive “Wonder Wall” classroom display. The download includes:

  • an “Our ideas are under construction” speech bubble
  • a “We’re building our knowledge” speech bubble
  • an “Our knowledge is under construction” speech bubble
  • a blank speech bubble
  • brick templates for Wonder Wall questions in different shades of brown
  • brick templates for Wonder Wall questions with an “I wonder…” prompt
  • construction-themed characters, wheelbarrow and bricks decorations.

How to use this resource:

  1. Use the bricks template and decorations included in the download to create a display.
  2. Students write out questions related to topics that they ‘wonder about’ and build a “Wonder Wall” display.
  3. Students can glue their photo, an avatar or draw a picture of themselves on the left-hand side of the brick.
  4. Once or twice a week you can choose a question from the class’ Wonder Wall and find out the answer to the question. This could be done in small groups or as a class.

Use the editable Microsoft Word version to create unique speech bubbles for your display, or to type up your students’ questions.

Finish your display with the Wonder Wall Display Banner.

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  • Nicola Douthett
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    It would be cool if it came in other colours too!! I use the speech bubble ones to add kids thoughts to wall displays :)

    • Kristian
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      Hi Nicola, Thanks for your suggestion. This is the theme for all of our Genius Hour resources. If you'd like to see alternative versions, please feel free to request a resource here: https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/ Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community. We create the top request each week. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I'm more than happy to help.

  • Elizabeth Briske
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    Great!

    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      Glad you like this template Elizabeth.