A new way to hang my students work...just some yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape.  I love it!

A new way to hang students work.use yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape. (Think I'd paint the yardsticks & clothespins to match my classroom theme.

Live Laugh & Learn in Second Grade: back to school

Bright and colorful student work display board. The clothespin clips would make it so easy to switch out the work.

Dowel rods as hangers for centers, games,  etc..

Wooden dowels, Hooks, and Ikea S Hooks.(Source: Creekside Teacher Tales: Back in the Classroom)-curtain rods?

Great way to display student work in the hallway while also creating a portfolio of successes!

Great way to display student work in the hallway while also creating a portfolio of successes! (Plus other ways to use hooks, like stick on student desks and attach sight word flash cards.

It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. You want something that will make each of your student's take great pride in what they complete and absolutely love showing off all their hard work and effort. If you are having trouble figuring out the a fun and easy way, than this post is for YOU! My student's loved our display for student work and honestly, kids from other classrooms enjoyed it too.

Student Work Display

It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year.

I love when I figure out a clever way to implement an idea, probably way more than I should, but I can't help it. Classroom Hacks make me so dang happy because they're efficient and make sense. Efficiency makes me giddy and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one, right! I love clever tricks to help with management and organization. Anything to make my life easier! I want to share some of my classroom hacks that you can use tomorrow in your classroom.

Classroom Hacks You Can Use Tomorrow in your Classroom

This has truly kept me sane. During my year of teaching, I was blessed with a copy mom. Week-after-week, I would put post-its with…

classroom expectations | method to organize classroom expectations

Method to organize classroom expectations. Great way to help students understand what they are expected to do during the day. You could use pictures for younger children and remind them what each level means.

Cut a Command poster strip in half to attach clothespin clips to walls or whiteboards.

Cut a Command poster strip in half to attach clothespin clips to walls or whiteboards. Decorate clothespin with washi tape/paint. Use to hang kid's artwork

Display Student Work that Turns into a Memory Book

Display Student Work that Turns into a Memory Book

If you hate putting memory books together, then I've got the solution for you! All you'll need are file folders with the prongs and a two hole punch.

A set of 6 posters explaining the Super Six Comprehension Strategies 1. Visualising 2. Making Connections 3. Questioning 4. Predicting 5. Summarising 6. Monitoring These posters can be used to introduce each strategy and then used as part of a Wall That Teaches by hanging student work samples underneath each poster.

Super Six Comprehension Posters

A set of 6 posters explaining the Super Six Comprehension Strategies Visualising Making Connections Questioning Predicting Summarising Monitoring

Miss Martin's Classroom: Hanging Student Work in Style

Miss Martin's Classroom: Hanging Student Work in Style- Could also use colored duct tape or washi tape.

An EASY way to hang student work!!

Foxwell Forest: Tricks & Tips for Teachers: Hanging Student Work with Clothespins {A Weekly Linky}

Laminate scrapbook paper and use a clothespin to hang student work

A place to hang student work. I just laminated stationary paper and hot glued a clothespin

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