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  • Bettina Rampelt

    great idea for displaying student work! you can buy the large clothespins at Chapters.

  • Donna McIntyre

    clothespins + yard stick = art hanger. Cute idea for kids room or teacher gift

  • Amanda Larson

    Yard stick + clothespins= an organized place to show off the kid's art!!

  • Becky | Clean Mama

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

  • Laura Brez

    clothespins + yard stick = art hanger. A start for ideas for displaying artwork?

  • Nicole Herr

    clothespins + yard stick = art display

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A nice, efficient way to display what's important to your class. If the students are older, the teacher can write one example and the students can write their own "we do..." statement.

Another way to display student work, with the ability for them to change it out on their own...cheaper than clipboards: clothes pins!

Amazing how cool these trees look in the classroom. would be cool branched out across the ceiling over her students.

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hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy!

Glue tacks to clothespins to hang pics on bulletin boards. Makes it SO easy to switch out pictures without damaging them. (Do this for PABs!)

Adorable way to display student work...clothesline..painted clothespins, and chalkboard name labels...

Cool Bulletin Board idea to "spotlight" a student or famous person. I would do both. Maybe every week a different actor, playwright, designer, etc to research to extra credit or a weekly report, and every now and then a student, to make them feel special having been up on the same wall as a big name.

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

Clothespins with pushpins attached to the back. Great for bulletin boards. Then cover with scrapbook paper and Modpodge!