This is how I display student work in the hallway. It allows students to choose their own work they are proud of and hang it themselves. This will give them the responsibility of displaying work.... and takes one more thing off my to do list!
My hallway display. I HATE di-cutting letters for hallway displays, so I got a frame and painted a piece of wood with chalkboard paint to make a hallway chalkboard. So now I can update the title of my hallway display on the chalkboard! NO MORE DI-CUTTING LETTERS! Whoohooo!! I also used ribbon to cover up the not so pretty cork strip in the middle of my display.
This EDITABLE Student of the Week bundle comes in a modern and clean design, which means it's perfect for all year and any grade level! You could even use the poster for back to school or birthdays! Print it in regular size and put it in a frame as an adorable keepsake or print it poster size for a hallway display...or both! Type student details or complete by hand (or send home for families to complete together). This kit includes an editable all about me poster, editable parent letter…
Wonder, written by R. J. Palacio. Hallway display using sticky notes. Each sticky note has a written positive message. The motive for the hallway display is to promote anti-bullying. The future educators concluded their novel study and then created this amazing display for outside my classroom. The grade 9 students participated in writing the messages. We love watching students stop and read the messages. Picture Only. #Wonder #RJPalacio #FutureTeachers #TeacherCadets #TomorrowsTeachers