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    your walls and cabinets
    By BeaJay

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    I had to cover a drab army green once and this is how I solved my problem. I bought small bulletin boards (or cork sheets may be cheaper) as well as dry erase boards and screwed into the cabinet doors. You could also use a baking sheet on one of the doors to use for magnets. You could make these into centers. Posters can be used to cover doors. You can buy pieces of felt 60 inches wide on the bolt at Wal-Mart and use on the walls. The prickly side of Velcro will allow you to put anything you want on these. I have used old book jackets to make a border. The felt backed plastic tablecloths make good coverings and you can tape to them. Rows of clothesline wire will make a great place to display works, posters, anything that a clothespin will hold. These are really easy to change out. I always use the highest one for my alphabet. Some days you can mix the letters up and see how long it takes the kids to notice. The first one gets to put it back in ABC order. I use pocket charts on my walls to cover. You can also buy lengths of gutter (like you put on the house) and use for book rails or to display other work. Hope this helps. Good luck!!

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