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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. When I want to hang pictures, windsocks, bulletin boards, etc. from the ceiling, I unbend a paperclip and tuck one end under the m...
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Getting Tape Off I
To take tape off the back of posters when I take them off the wall, I have the poster laminated before posting. This makes the poster last much longer. I use only wide transparent polypropylene packag...
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Getting Tape Off II
I find it protects posters or cut-outs that will be hung with tape first to attach a flat piece of tape to the back of the item being hung. This way when the tape is removed, the poster will not be to...
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Getting Tape Off III
The best method I have learned to keep posters on the wall all year and still easy to take off the wall in the summer - a glue gun. It does not harm the poster or the paint on the wall. The posters st...
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Getting Tape Off IV
Here's another tip for posters and things that have been taped to the wall. When I am doing a presentation with visuals I want to post briefly, I use masking tape 'circles' on the back to put them up ...
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Getting Tape Off V
When I remove posters that I have attached to the wall using tape, I have a hard time pulling the tape off the back of the poster without tearing it. If I leave the tape on, it sticks to another poste...
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Gluing Posters
I use a hot glue gun to get posters to stick to cold brick walls. It easily peels off the wall and the poster when you're ready to change. It works well on other surfaces too.
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Hanging Laminated Posters
For an easy solution to hanging laminated posters and other pieces, try Scotch Tear By Hand Packaging Tape. The regular packaging tape does not hold to walls but the Tear By Hand Packaging Tape will u...
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