FIREWORK Wall ... Basically a Brag Wall !

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I just finished the frames for my display wall in my classroom. This project was inspired and mixed by two of my fellow bloggers -  Teaching in Cardigans and LittleNanny Goat. I gave them a little twist though – Which means cheaper and more colorful of course! I also included quotes that the students will come familiar with as they learn about our class theme.






It won’t be the average display wall. I’ll use this area to show the VERY BEST examples of student work - The wall will be called "FANTASTIC FIREWORK FRAMES.”  These frames will be on a wall that connects two classrooms. This wall has the water fountains and bathrooms next to it. It has the most traffic by both classes, so students will see the wall often and be able to brag about it!  

DIY:


1.     Find CHEAP frames from Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc. – the more unique the frames the  better!
2.     I took out the glass (I don’t use glass in the classroom) and backing
3.     Painted the frames the color of choice (I covered mine with glitter after painting!)
4.     Lined the back of the frame board with foam sheets (cheap and more colors available)
5.     Put the frame and backing back together
6.     Painted clothes pins to hold the papers
7.     FINSIHED!!!

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable! Where did you get the cute little posters in the frames? I love them!

    Vicky
    Keep Calm & Imagine

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    1. I made the posters - My theme this year is The Katy Perry, Fireworks lyrics. I can send them to you in a PDF. I downloaded the font from fonts101.com for FREE.

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    2. That would be awesome! I love them and am using that song on a playlist to play during the time the students are working in their interactive notebooks. I love the song and I love your posters! My e-mail is vickyhunt0605@gmail.com

      Thank you so much!

      Vicky
      Keep Calm & Imagine

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  2. Hi I found your blog through Pinterest. Can I have the lyrics too? This seems like an awesome idea. My email is missprice526@gmail.com

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  3. I would love a copy of this if possible. They are adorable!! My e mail is kelly.myers@lewis.kyschools.us

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