Okay Teaching Friends,
I have been wanting to share this tip for a long time, and I finally took down a bulletin board yesterday and had my wife film me so I could SHOW you, rather than try to do a lot of explaining. After all, picture is worth a 1000 words, to this will make you a word millionaire! WAHOO!
If you are like me, and tired of taking staples out of everything before you change out a bulletin board (and/or cleaning up the gazillion staples that are all over the floor, then this really is a great trick.
Just keep in mind that whatever you plan to save needs to be taken off first! This has saved me a lot of time and I hope it works for you too.
Thanks for stopping by.
Oh how very smart! So simple and yet I never thought of it. Thanks for posting!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by. It is so nice to hear from you again. I hope all is well! :)
What a fabulous idea! I miss having bulletin boards. My Junior High classroom just has painted cinderblock.ReplyDelete
I guess there is a lot to say about cinder block as well! :)
At my last school, our principal bought us chart rail and mounted it to the top of the wall at the ceiling level. Then we could hang "stuff" from it.
I miss bulletin boards... Guess my virtual classroom will just have to settle for my blog being my bulletin board.ReplyDelete
Well, just think- that will be much easier to change out, AND, you will have a lot more "viewers" for your ideas! :) I wish you continued success in your new endeavor. Thanks for stopping by my little blog!Delete
So simple! I always have my students get the the staples out as a "classroom job" but this is MUCH easier! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
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Sorry I just found your comment! I appreciate your thoughts. I too had my students pulling staples, but this is a game changer- will save you so much time!