Ribbon Word Wall.... I'd have to put it up near the ceiling though.

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Tales-of-a-First-Grade-Teacher: Classroom Design and Linky Party. She used the Dots on Turquoise pennants border and Stripes & Stitches Border in her classroom.

Word Wall with Ribbon, then add velcro dots for kids to take down words and replace as needed. Tales-of-a-First-Grade-Teacher: Classroom Design and Linky Party

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I think I might go for the ribbon word wall this year. So much easier. Just use clothespins to clip the words on. Easy and flexible throughout the year.

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Totally Terrific in Texas: writers' workshop - great way to display those writing words or concepts without taking up a ton of valuable space

Alphabet Word Wall by Sarah from Kindergarten Smarts. The hooks on the bottom of the ribbon make the word wall interactive because the students can take them to their seat when needed.

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Alphabet Word Wall by Sarah from Kindergarten Smarts. The hooks on the bottom of the ribbon make the word wall interactive because the students can take them to their seat when needed. Use in addition to stationary word wall.

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Word Wall with Ribbon and velcro dots. It takes up a whole wall. Tales-of-a-First-Grade-Teacher: Classroom Design and Linky Party

My word wall. I purchased an alphabet line (owl theme) from the dollar store. Attached peel and stick plastic hooks also from the dollar store for each letter. I also bought 1 inch wide ribbon from the dollar store and  hot glued the ribbon to metal rings and hung them on the plastic hooks. I will use clothes pins with my kiddos sight words hot glued to them to and clip to the ribbon. I love that this word wall is at the students height for easy access.

Word wall with ribbons running from the letter strip. Glue clothespins on the back of the words and clip them on the appropriate letter ribbon.

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