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Display Resources

Display Ideas / Tips
  • Adding Names - Make name labels to use on your displays throughout the year!
  • Enlarging Pictures - Use this tip to make large images for use in your displays.
  • Instant Borders - Try this tip to make it easy to add borders to children's work.
  • Easy Borders - Try these tips to make your display borders last longer.
  • Class Display - Make a class display showing your useful class information.
  • The Class Flower - A bright and eye catching display idea for the start of a new year.
  • Jazzy Hands - Make a jazzy display using paint and children's hands!
Classroom Labels General Display Resources:
  • Can you explain? PDF File - A question to encourage children to think about the meaning of words. Put it up and write a selection of relevant vocabulary around it.
  • Stars Page Border PDF File - An A4 page which has a border of stars... great for all kinds of classroom activities. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
  • Footsteps Page Border (Landscape) PDF File - A landscape A4 page which has a border of footsteps. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
  • Footsteps Page Border (Portrait) PDF File - A portrait A4 page which has a border of footsteps. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
  • Funky Labels PDF File - Can we written on and used around the classroom... why not write the children's names on them and use them to label work on class displays?
  • This week, I learned... PDF File - Put this on a wall, along with some sticky notes and a pen, to encourage children to reflect on the new concepts they have discovered each week.
  • This Week's Vocabulary PDF File - Reinforce the use of relevant vocubulary with this handy display label.
  • Twitter Display Board Word Document - A set of signs and labels to create a Twitter-style display that encourages children to reflect on their learning. Contributed by Dannielle Morgan.
Display Letters and Numbers (contributed by Jinky Dabon) Subject Display Labels:

Page Borders:

More Display Resources:
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Breakfast Club Banner
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