How to Organize and Display Student Work

Are you looking for a creative way to organize and display student work? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to make personalized binder clips using their students' photos.

I thought my love of binder clips had reached capacity when I posted about using them to organize paperwork and when I posted about using them to label cubbies/mailboxes and when I showed you how Washi Tape could make them even cooler.

And then I found these.

And my love for binder clips officially grew to an unhealthy level.

I mean seriously? Binder clips + kids pictures + Modge Podge = too good to be true.

My head started spinning with ideas.

I will use these to clip the gift bags closed that we'll use with the awesome holiday gifts I am going to have my students make for their families.

I can add these to my student work display board.

I can use them to clip together student work for open house and conferences.

As a parent I would go gaga for them. 
Are you looking for a creative way to organize and display student work? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to make personalized binder clips using their students' photos.



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