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Adhere Posters with Velcro Dots
Ms. Lesser uses Velcro dots on the back of her posters, walls and cabinets to make it easier to set up or take down, especially during state testing. Read more about how she removes and replaces her posters in an orderly fashion.
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Advertising Books with Posters
Find out how Ms. Flowers helped students create a school-wide advertising campaign for reading. The whole school got involved, and the hallways and her class bulletin board look all the better for it.
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Ceiling Hangings
Here's a tip for teachers that have classrooms with acoustical tiles: a creative way to display student work that might work for you!
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Getting Tape Off I
Laminating your posters can make getting tape off the backs of them very easy, but there are always a few that just won't un-stick. Ms. Stern says the solution is as simple as drying your hair in the morning. Read about her tip here!
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Getting Tape Off II
Posters for your classroom are not cheap. And taping them to the wall risks ruining them. But here is Ms. Brooks' tip to the rescue - to save your posters and your pokcetbook.
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Getting Tape Off III
Want to keep posters on walls all year and still remove them easily for the summer? Read Ms. Pierce's tip and see if can work for you!
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Getting Tape Off IV
Here's another trick for getting posters taped up to the wall securely while keeping them intact when you take them down.
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Getting Tape Off V
Removing posters from your classroom wall can be a pain. Before you pull the tape off the back and risk tearing the poster, Mr. Hendricks has a tip that will help you safely store your posters - and you don't even have to remove the tape!
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Gluing Posters
Ms. Thomsen was having troubles affixing posters to cold brick walls - until she discovered this tip!
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Hanging Posters
Many schools were built using cinder block walls.These walls can be a challenge when trying to hang posters since it seems that nothing sticks to the cinder blocks. But Ms. kanute says she has the answer. Read about her tip, here!
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