Ideas on how to hang in classroom

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  1. TerriInCa

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    So this year I am using the "Brownie Points" idea I saw on Pinterest.

    Like the one on here : http://firstgradesweeties.blogspot.com/2011/08/classroom-tour.html

    So I had hoped my whiteboard was magnetic, but it isn't.

    So how do I attach the cookie sheet to the wall with out causing damage to the wall?

    I tried zactac bit it didn't work. It fell down after only 20 minutes.

    Ideas anyone? :confused:
     
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  3. Mrs. K.

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    Those yellow Command posting strips should work.
     
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    Yes...command strips work great!
     
  5. Ima Teacher

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    I hang everything with hot glue. The hot melt works best, but the multi-temp is OK if you can't find anything else. Don't use the low temp. It doesn't come off very well. Hot melt peels off easily.

    I've used it on metal, slate chalkboards, wood, enamel-painted plaster, glass, tile, and concrete blocks.
     
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    I use hot glue, too, and haven't had anything fall down yet. It peels right off the wall without messing up the paint, too. At least it has for me on block walls!
     
  7. perplexed

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    Thanks for the hot glue idea! I'm going to try it! You saved me so much time and $.
     

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