I know you already have the acrylic idea, but here's what works for me. I
used to use clear packing tape to adhere things to the table, but know I use
clear contact paper and it works much better. Also, my job colors are in a
square adhered to the middle of the table (cut in quarters because I have 4
to a table). The square is about 5" by 5" and is completely covered by my
table supply caddy. Kids can lift the caddy to see their color, but it's
covered most of the time. Out of sight, out of mind it seems. The kids
leave the contact paper alone.
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Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: Has anyone panted their table edges?
> What about using a tape instead? Paint will scrape off, of course so will
> tape, but much easier to put back on. I am constantly annoyed with my
> students as I have large colored "dots" (about 6" diameter) taped at each
> student's work space. The dots correspond to the job chart. Anyway, they
> are taped to the table with heavy duty clear packing tape....it never
> fails....kids pick at the tape with their fingers, pencils,
> rip the paper...I have tried everything....