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A Periodic Table of Language Elements

April 27, 2016 | PaperZip

An clever display that acts as a visual aid for writing.

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Free NASA Posters Displaying Visions of the Future

March 18, 2016 | PaperZip

If we could live on any planet in our solar system, how might they be advertised as travel destinations?

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Pin Items from Around the World with a Corkboard Map

July 3, 2015 | PaperZip

Create a totally personalised and unique world map.

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Pon Pins Display Work Without Putting Holes in Them

May 29, 2015 | PaperZip

A puncture-less push pin from a recently funded Kickstarter campaign.

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Scratch Away the Places you’ve Visited with Luckies World Map

May 4, 2015 | PaperZip

Uncover the countries below by scratching away the surface.

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The Rainy Pot is a Unique Plant Pot with a Clever Cloud Above

May 1, 2015 | PaperZip

Allows a plant to be watered by ‘rain-drops’.

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Colour O’Clock is An Alternative Way of Reading the Time

March 2, 2015 | PaperZip

Young children can associate colours with events.

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5 Alternative Ways for Displaying Work in the Classroom

November 11, 2014 | PaperZip

Save time and energy with these beautiful ideas for displaying pupil work.

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The Doodle Wallpaper by Burgerman is Great Inspiration for the Classroom

July 22, 2014 | PaperZip

UK illustrator John Burgerman has created an entire roll of wallpaper, full of his trademarked Burgerdoodles.

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3 Craft Ideas for Autumn Decorations in the Classroom

November 14, 2013 | PaperZip

The year seems to be moving so quickly. Autumn is well and truly underway, with leaves scattered across every footpath. Below are just a few craft ideas to use nature’s offerings and turn them into something special.

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Doctor Who Door Decal gives you an Entrance for Time Travel

October 29, 2013 | PaperZip

The classroom should be a fun place to be, so give it an entrance that kids will love to enter.

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