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  • Emily Welch

    Painters Tape Visual- teaching kids to stay within the lines

  • Kristine Johnson

    Use painters tape on your white board to practice writing! from "Memos from a Multisensory Teacher"

  • Hellen Kapp

    use painter's tape (safely with no residue) on your white board to practice handwriting

  • Haley Shurack

    use painter's tape (safely with no residue) on your white board for handwriting practice

  • Nikki Lyn

    use painter's tape (safely with no residue) on your white board. Great idea for any classroom!

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Nice!! Making cloth "bulletin boards" straight onto my cinderblock classroom walls.

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Homework board made with painters tape and pre-cut letters.

so wish I had a big enough kitchen to do this for the boys - they would love it! Maybe the garage???