clothes pins with tacks hot glued onto the back to use on a tack strip to display student work (no holes in the paper!)
A new way to hang my students work...just some yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape. I love it!
Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work!
"NOW SHOWING: Our Favorite Books" (instead of "Our Best Work") would be good title for popcorn book report project and a bulletin board display featuring your book reviews.
Teachers, Save Time Using these Tips to Display Student Work | All About 3rd Grade
There is a wealth of classroom decorating, organizing, and management ideas in this one blog post alone.
A "how-to" for creating hanging displays for school art shows - inexpensive way to show students' works
Keep a portfolio of student work over the year...great way for students to show progress for student led conferences and display work.
I made these cardboard frames to easily display student work. I used chalk spray paint to write student names.
Live Laugh & Learn in Second Grade: wow work! - student work display