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  • Meaghan Howard

    decorate classroom doors; except I don't have a door! but could be adapted to a bulletin board, I think!

  • Nina Arguera

    decorate classroom doors; teacher appreciation week

  • Maiya Lynn

    Snow Springs Elementary PTA: Teacher Appreciation Week - door decor

  • Marion V

    We should do this for Lou's room as well as a bulletin board. Great classroom door ideas

  • Wendi MacMahon

    PTA teacher door decorating

  • Ronny Bauch

    Decorate classroom #Classroom Decor Ideas| http://classroomdecorideas524.blogspot.com

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