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Classroom Reveal {Part } The World’s Fastest Bulletin Board!

Stop the world. I did another video! As you can see I still don’t know how to choose a frame that is attractive as my thumbnail.  Someday….

This is my favorite, fastest bulletin board. I love it. This little one minute 40 second video will show ya the ins and out and you can see me put the student work up in time lapse. Super Fun!

Here is a second video on how to make the backers! Look I figured out how to grab a more “attractive” thumbnail!

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Staples.com has free shipping and these pronged holders {here}

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If you are in the mood for some more fun ideas, visit my pals from the Primary Chalkboard!

15 comments:

  1. Love the video - thanks!! Love the bulletin board - may have to go back and purchase that one too : )
    Have a great weekend!

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  2. I wish doing bulletin boards could happen in fast-forward like that all the time! :) Loving the great idea to make it faster!

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  3. I lOVE this idea Katie! Your video was amazing by the way!! This is making me want to step it up a notch with my videos. Your bulletin board looks so great! I love how easy it is to. :) Pinning!!! Don't want to forget this one!

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  4. That looks so easy! Where do you get those little slider-prong things? Off to go google & see if I can find them! Thanks! Jen

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    1. http://www.staples.com/Acco-Economy-Steel-Prong-Fasteners-Base-Only-2-3-4-inch-Prong/product_105007

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  5. I'm wth Jen-where do you get the prongs? I am DEFINTELY doing this bulletin board method next month! Thanks for sharing, Katie! You are the BEST!
    Stephanie from First Grade Bangs

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    1. http://www.staples.com/Acco-Economy-Steel-Prong-Fasteners-Base-Only-2-3-4-inch-Prong/product_105007

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  6. I think I found the prongs online - how do you attach them to the bulletin board? Do you get the adhesive variety? I think this is a terrific idea!

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  7. Fabulous video! (I've subscribed to your channel for future videos!) What a great, timesaving tip for bulletin boards!

    Stef
    Miss Galvin Learns

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  8. What a great idea! I discovered the clothespin with a tack hot-glued to it for hanging my hallway displays along our corkboard strip that has saved oodles of time, but I love this for my student work board in my classroom! Thanks so much for sharing!

    ~Jennifer
    Stories and Songs in Second

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  9. Wow, you are one clever lady! Practical, quick and effective, thanks for this outstanding idea Katie.

    Emma :)

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  10. Fabulous! As a visit to your blog usually is.

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  11. I love this idea. So easy and it looks great. I use side opening sheet protectors.
    http://www.officedepot.com/a/products/623138/Office-Depot-Brand-Side-Loading-Sheet/
    They work great and are another option.

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  12. Love this, Katie. I use the metal clips to display students' writing. I keep adding pages to it all year long. At the end of the year, I slip them off and place them in a folder labeled: "If you give a kid a pencil..." and send it home. Here it is in a past post with other bulletin board ideas: http://kfundamentals.blogspot.com/search/label/bulletin%20boards <3, Palma

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