Great way to display student work in the hallway while also creating a portfolio of successes!
This is a great way to display student work and utilize the dead space of a window...hang a curtain rod in the window and viola!
hot glue clothes pins to ribbon! Could use for No Name work. Another way to do the "no name" thing. Or display student work!
For the Classroom
glue a pushpin to the back of a clothespin, cover the front with scrapbook paper or pictures of your students, easy way to display student work on a bulletin board
What a great way to display children's art work.
instead of a banner, use crayons glued on clothespins to display student work
Classroom DIY - Duct Tape & Sandwich Bag Quilt to display student work
I made these cardboard frames to easily display student work. I used chalk spray paint to write student names.
I love the idea of using clipboards to display student work. The students could be responsible for which work they wanted to display every week!
What a great way to display a variety of students work that is an interactive display .. by Squarehead Teachers: "inspiration in a box" class project display
Great way to store and display kids' art work on a rotating basis.
Great way to display artwork!!! Love the clipboards to easily change the work.
Great way to showcase student work, they could each have a clipboard and choose which work they want to publish.
Craft Room Ideas
I love the idea of using clipboards to display student work. The students could be responsible for which work they wanted to display every week! Maybe after the week is over, file work in their portfolios.
The constrictor knot is a way of making a secure, temporary or semi-permanent binding (it’s a good temporary whipping for a rope, closing a bag, or holding a punch of poles together.)
All Dressed Up
Great way to display class rules, reminders, etc. Use student photos
with speech bubbles
Back To School
I ♥ this idea!!! Great way to display class rules, reminders, etc. Use student photos with speech bubbles
Back To School
Have each student bring in a framed picture of their family at the beginning of the year... What a great way to integrate family into the classroom!