5 Alternative Ways for Displaying Work in the Classroom
Save time and energy with these beautiful ideas for displaying pupil work.
Here at PaperZip, we are passionate about having relevant, engaging and purposeful displays. However, we also know the realities! You can lovingly slave over a wall display; mounting (even double mounting) pupil work, arranging the layout and adding little captions or details. But in a modern day teacher’s schedule, sometimes there is simply not enough time (or paper) to do it justice. It is our belief that every pupil deserves to have their hard work celebrated, so we have found a couple of ideas for displaying work which are time-saving but beautiful.
Hooks and Folios
This is a great idea for a classroom with limited wall display space.
Source: Austin Green School
Framed Cork Boards
These colourful framed cork boards make it easy to change the work displayed quickly and regularly. The variety of shapes and sizes encourage a range of work to go on display — rather than thirty identical paintings.
Source: Shannon Makes Stuff
These quick and easy paper frames can be popped on top of any piece of work and it seems so much quicker and easier than mounting work!
Source: Create Teach Share
Another quick way to swap in different pieces or work.
Source: Clean and Scentsible
Again, like the paper frames, these are an instant solution to tidy a piece of work for display.