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  • Christi Gillum

    Book Aprons made from 77cent nail aprons from Home Depot. Another reader suggested doing duck tape along seams with a contrasting duck tape color covering the HD logo. :) Ladybug's Teacher Files: Cheap Chair Pockets...Take Two!

  • Marja Johnson

    Ladybug's Teacher Files: Cheap Chair Pockets...Take Two! Easy way to keep up with the library books the students are reading!!

  • Hayley Sylvester

    Cheap Chair Pockets...made from Home Depot aprons - maybe for water bottles

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