posting things on bb's

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  1. SpecEdTeacher

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    im looking for a way to post important reminders on the bb right behind my desk...but i dont want to make a hole in what i post (no staples or push pins)

    i know staples was selling clips, i wonder if anyone has used them, knows where to find them, or has another idea.

    thanks!
     
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    I use double sided tape or the blue sticky tack. They both work great!
     
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    I use the blue stuff as well, but also have mounted some of the 3M Command Hooks to hold papers--they come off the wall really easily!
     
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    Are you okay with putting holes in the bulletin board? If so, use push pins to attach paper cips and slid your posings right in the clips.
     
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    you know...i never thought of fun tac...the bb's are covered in paper right now, and i intend to leave them that way, but when i think about them...i think about them as being cork! please tell me my brain isnt fried before school even starts!

    will the 3m strips hold on paper?

    i loooove the idea of using paper clips! plus, i can easily change out the important notices...not to mention how much i love paper clips!

    thanks for the great ideas!
     
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    I use small binder clips to hold the papers and push the tack through the hole in the clip.
     
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    If I want to post it without putting a hole in it, I just put the tack right beside it. The head of the tack will hold it in place without putting a hole in it. On the closet door I also have a couple of sets of clothespins hot glued to it and use those to post information as well.
     
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    I bought a wonderful product yesterday made by Elmer's...it's called Repositionable Picture and Poster Stick...it looks like a glue stick and turns any paper into a post-it. It allows things to stick and restick! It can even be used directly on walls and won't damage them. I'm planning to use it for my weekly word wall so I don't have to ruin the BB paper with staples or tape. I want to try to avoid having to change the BB paper this year.
     
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    That sounds like a great product. Does it pull of wall paint or paper?

    Post It makes strips that stick to the wall and are post-it sticky (not extremely sticky) on the other side. For notes to yourself they might work, but not for something like a word wall.
     
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    I do that, except I use blue plastic clothes pins instead of binder clips. I also put magnets on the backs of the clothes pins to use on my chalk board.
     
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    I use the blue sticky tack (NOT white) and sticky clips
     
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    The repositionable glue doesn't pull paint off the wall. That's the nice part!
     
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    Sounds like a good posibility to try! How much does it cost Ann2006?
     

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