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  • Sue Pallister

    classroom decorating ideas with owls | Owl door My Classroom Ideas

  • A Fleebletharnk

    I love this idea for my door at the beginning of the year. Or even better, displayed when students first walk in our school. I wish I had had something like this on my classroom door when I began teaching oh, so long ago. I teach English, but I have had students write research paapers on science, so I needed to know science as well. Still do. My students taught me so much, which is why I still teach.

  • Heather Gillespie

    Door decoration - Could also incorporate this on our bulletin board at Sunday school using scripture.

  • ashley reagan

    Creative Teaching Ideas | Back to School Wreaths and Door Decorations

  • Jessica Sparks

    First day of school ideas I want to use this idea for the door to my classroom or even the bulletin board outside my classroom

  • Patty Scully

    Owl Classroom Decorations | Back to School Wreaths and Door Decorations

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