It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. You want something that will make each of your student's take great pride in what they complete and absolutely love showing off all their hard work and effort. If you are having trouble figuring out the a fun and easy way, than this post is for YOU! My student's loved our display for student work and honestly, kids from other classrooms enjoyed it too.

Student Work Display

It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. If you are having trouble figuring out a fun and easy way to display student work, then this post is for YOU!

Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best. "See, you CAN do it!"

Displaying Student Work on "The Fridge"

FIND INSPIRATION (STEAL IDEAS)- Displaying student work on "The Fridge". My students love seeing their hard work displayed and I love being able to point to it on days students aren't giving their best. "See, you CAN do it!

Bright Ideas: Use plastic dividers to display student work

Bright Ideas: Use plastic dividers to display student work (Upper Grades Are Awesome)

This is how I display student work in the hallway. It allows students to choose their own work they are proud of and hang it themselves. This will give them the responsibility of displaying work.... and takes one more thing off my to do list!

9 bulletin board ideas for displaying student work

9 bulletin board ideas for displaying student work Repurpose your filing cabinets Paint the cork of the bulletin board Use shower curtain, table cloth, or fabric in place of bulletin board.

Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work!

Using Clothespins to Display Student Work

Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work! Put scrapbook paper and clothespins on string.

Keep a portfolio of student work over the year...great way for students to show progress for student led conferences and display work.

Great way to display student work in the hallway while also creating a portfolio of successes! (Plus other ways to use hooks, like stick on student desks and attach sight word flash cards.

I made these cardboard frames to easily display student work. I used chalk spray paint to write student names.

I made these cardboard frames to easily display student work in hallway. I used chalk spray paint to write student names. Student picture can go inside the frame for when their is not student work to display

Clothes pin glued to ribbon to hang students work. Cute way to display student work.

Clothes pin glued to ribbon to hang students work. Cute way to display student work. Attach to cabinet fronts, door, and

Check out @teachinginhighheels  amazing idea for Open House!! I can't wait to post a "coming soon" sign on our work bulletin board!! @teachinginhighheels with @repostapp ・・・ I've been doing this for the past couple of years. Parents love the anticipation of seeing their child's work displayed and my board doesn't look too plain. Win, win!  How do you display students' work in your classroom? #tptcheckoutmyclassroom

I've been doing this for the past couple of years. Parents love the anticipation of seeing their child's work displayed and my board doesn't look too plain. 😉 How do you display students' work in your classroom?

This is a great way to display work, utilize the space.Held up with a curtain rod. Easy to change out by attaching each piece!

This is a great way to display student work and utilize the dead space of a window.hang a curtain rod in the window and viola! Mini canvases to display children's art work !

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