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Brown packing paper and oil pastels are great for making a simulated rawhide drawing. http://buff.ly/1ePbGeb
Brown packing paper and oil pastels are great for making a simulated rawhide drawing. I never throw my paper away after I get art supplies. The pre-wrinkled surface works too well, and it’s free. 1. Tear a 20" or so section f...
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"Reading is your window to a new world"display with window frames http://buff.ly/1ewEfT1
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Colorful printing using yarn or rubber bands & rolling pin, gorgeous display background. Process art http://buff.ly/1nk48VQ
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Hockney-inspired flower paintings display Year 2 Border created by early finishers- from displays archive http://bit.ly/Pr0u12
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Giant Wall flower display- Plastic Bottle ends,lids, buttons, pipe-cleaners,hot glued onto cardboard base. http://bit.ly/1pZCugL
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"My Year In Bulletin Boards!" teacher shares a year of displays, US themed but some good ideas http://buff.ly/1nk4Q5u
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Clip board display, perfect for documenting early years work.Adapt to document learning process higher up school http://buff.ly/1ewE4Hj
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"April Showers Brought May Flowers" love this watering cans idea, from the displays archive http://bit.ly/1pZDaCT
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Not a game - 2 classroom posters, no cost via British Red Cross gift shop http://buff.ly/1hpaRNV
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A haiku garden display inspired by Eric Carle - from the classroom displays archive http://bit.ly/1pZBZmQ
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to promote good practice in the design and execution of displays in schools
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The Classroom Displays blog exists to promote good practice in the design and execution of displays in schools.
Hi, I am Linda Hartley and I have a passion for helping teachers to make the most of their classrooms and to create interesting learning environments. As an ex-teaching assistant with many years experience in primary schools I know all about the pressure on teachers to achieve good results in the shortest time possible.