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Permanant Frames Alternative
Grade Level(s): K-6
Submitted by: Mary V.

Use a large piece of any color construction paper and draw a 1 1/2 - 2" border around the edge. Hold it vertically and write the child's name in the bottom center of the border. Allow the children to decorate the edges of the border using colored pencils, chalk, or markers. Laminate the frames. Cut a 1/2" horizontal slit in the top of the empty space and insert a large paper clip to hold the student work. (I use 2 paper clips to prevent curling of the work.) Now you can add and remove work easily.



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