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SmilingAtYou 07-09-2015 04:26 PM

background covers for bb's
 
What is your favorite way to cover your bulletin boards? Between my bulletin boards, an old green chalk board, and an old unusable white board, I have 45 feet of space to cover.

Turkeyrun 07-09-2015 09:06 PM

Fabric
 
When I was teaching I would find fairly plain colored fabric in the $1 and $2 bins--didn't have to change it out and holes from push pins or staples didn't show.

luvtulearn 07-12-2015 06:18 PM

fabric. . .
 
for years worked great. I rarely used traditional border which really saved time. But this year with my new pre k classroom I had to go back to butcher paper and fadeless paper. I forgot how much border is needed!. . . more $$ and time.

hallman 07-12-2015 06:59 PM

I use
 
I like to use bed sheets, or even felt you buy on the big rolls. The felt is very cheap and has lots of colors. I did use black fabric last year and that made things pop. Good luck!

Sbkangas5 07-13-2015 02:53 PM

I've been using bedsheets from Walmart. They are either $3 or $4 for a flat twin sheet. I use black which I love!

sjgriffin 07-19-2015 05:16 AM

All year?
 
How do you keep it up all year?

I use fadeless paper. I have three boards to do this year.

seslava 07-19-2015 07:12 AM

Table cloths
 
I used the plastic table cloths from dollar tree last year. They worked fairly well and the pin holes were barely noticeable. I bought black for all my backgrounds, and used solid colored border provided by my school.

luckytoteach 07-21-2015 09:52 AM

I use fabric. Look for the sales at JoAnn's and/or use a coupon. I just moved up to 2nd and this room has 2 ten foot and 1 four foot BB. I was able to reuse fabric for two of the boards but I had to purchase fabric for the other 10 foot board. Once it's up I don't have to change it for many years. That's what makes it well worth the initial cost. :)


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