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No More Hole-y Papers
Submitted by: Michele Dorrance, 3/4th grade teacher, Iowa

This is a neat idea that I read in an educational magazine. Buy the Large (Gallon size) ziplock baggies--they need to be large enough to hold a piece of 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Decorate a bulletin board with whatever you choose and staple the individual bags to the board - make sure to staple on the top and close to the edges so that you can slide children's work into the bags. Put each child's name under, or somewhere around the bags and you can easily display their work without putting any staples in it.



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