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  • Diana Taylor

    What a great teacher she is. Great classroom ideas. by angela

  • Rachel B.

    Teachers Desk... like her name spelled with scrabble tiles:)

  • Keri Meghan

    awesome classroom makeover {desk is wrapped in fabric...spray adhesive?} and the "teacher's note" is perfect: "Dear Fifth Graders, You are cared for. You are trusted. You are believed in. If at any time you do not feel this is true, see me immediately. --Mrs. Freeman"} Love the Scrabble tile name plaque, too.

  • School&HomeInspiration

    Decorating teacher desk at school -

  • Andrea Sauber

    cute classroom decoration ideas

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