Displaying Student Work



It is so important that students have a place to display their work for others. Command hooks and binder clips work in even the trickiest of locations! It is so important that students have a place to display their work for others. This year, I decided to jazz up those cinderblock walls outside our room and put their work on display in the hallway. I am so happy with how it turned out!

I'll admit it. I often I neglected to put student work up in the hallway because
1) it would take me forever to tape up each piece, and
2) the tape wouldn't stick and they would all be on the floor the next day.

I would fight what seemed like a never-ending battle with papers falling off the wall. So frustrating!


Enter: Command Strip hooks + binder clips


After each student created a self-portrait in the first few days of school, I hung the portraits up with a small command hooks underneath. I hung little binder clips onto the hook, and voila! An organized, tape-free way to display student work all year long. It is so easy to change out their work that I don't even think twice about it!

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