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Little Reminders (Free Prints) Cute idea to help shape good people:)

just a yardstick and some painted clothespins, but so cute! nura77

Display your kid’s artwork with this DIY project. Uses a yardstick and large clothespins. Ruler Clip Art Rails via Ana White Display your kid’s artwork with this DIY project.

Reagan Tunstall, first grade teacher and creator of the blog, Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits, designed this fun graphing activity and bulletin board to get her kid

classroom decoration ideas "Oh Good Graph!" bulletin board idea when teaching different kinds of graphs. One place I never thought of decora.

Bulletin Boards - iPad Classrooms @ GV

Unite technology and learning in the classroom with this bulletin board! (Easy tutorial for making the gigantic iPhone/iPad is attached) I pinned this as a bulletin board idea.

A tutorial on how to make a duct tape baggie quilt to display student work.  This one starts small with sandwich bags to display my BOGGLE ...

DIY Duct Tape Baggie Quilt

DIY Duct Tape Baggie Quilt - used to display work.but this website has TONS of DYI crafts and manipulatives for the classroom. or even a fun way to make journals out of a gift bag.

Back-to-School Supplies | 29 Awesome Classroom Doors For Back-To-School

29 Awesome Classroom Doors For Back-To-School

Tippytoe Crafts: Back-to-School Display I can't wait to make this into back to school bulletin board ;

Free, Printable Cupcake Birthday Classroom Decoration

Free, Printable Cupcake Birthday Classroom Decoration

If you need a bulletin board idea, this website is the place to go. (i'm always in need of a good bulletin board idea!

Checkout this great post on Bulletin Board Ideas!

An entire site devoted to bulletin board ideas, organized by season, grade level, theme, etc.sometimes you just need those extra ideas

Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble...

Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble. Velcro to remove and write and stick.