Thursday, February 12, 2009

Ways to Display Children's Art



I am always trying new ways to showcase my student's art...
My new favorite is the hanging yarn. I don't have a photo to show, but another fun way is to tape the art on the inside of the shelf (at child's eye level) so that as they reach for a tray they are greeted by their own masterpieces!
Any other ideas?
PEACE
~MM

4 comments:

Melissa said...

I work at a mainstream preschool, and for my pre-k class, we've found a simple way to display their artwork. We just add some sticky tack to the back of a painted or decorated spring-type clothespin. These can be placed at the child's level, and they can even chose which of their masterpieces is displayed. They could also be in charge of changing their artwork when necessary, and the clothespins also promote fine motor development.

Clemencia said...

thanks so much for the idea on how to display our children's art. love it!

Anonymous said...

I love the idea of the clothes pins with double sided sticky tape. The only thing I worried about is the paint on the wall coming off in the future.
I was hoping to read some ideas on using cork board squares on a wall as a means for displaying art.

Inspired Montessori said...

I would like to share my Montessori art curriculum with you. Please see.
Then you will have more projects to display!

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