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Up in the Air
Submitted by: Lisa T, Year 2 teacher

A great way of displaying primary school work is to hang fishing wire ( or string) across the classroom from a variety of places. If you have about 5 or 6 lines, it provides great spaces for the children to hang up their work (either with pegs or sticky tape). This way, their work is displayed proudly for everyone to see and it saves up alot of precious classroom space by being in the air! The children, the parents and teachers love it!!



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