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Lesson Plans


Re: tape for holding artwork

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MaryAnn Kohl (maryann)
Thu, 22 Apr 99 11:15:56 -0700


> Does anyone have any ideas on a good
>(inexpensive) way to hang the students drawings so that i don't find them
>lying on the floor the next day?

As the school admin or custodian (whoever okays this type of thing) to
screw in a long piece of wood across the entire wall at a comfortable
viewing height. Then use this piece of wood to pin, staple, or etc. to
attach artwork. ((They also make a metal rimmed strip with corkboard in
it, but this might be too dangerous in a gym or cafeteria, if someone
were to knock their head into it.)) I would go with the treated wooden
strip (moulding).

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MaryAnn F. Kohl (WA)
maryann
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