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What does your cafeteria look like? Is it warm and inviting and a place that your students look forward to spending a little time in? Or is it bland, with nothing on the walls except some paint? You know that there is no reason your cafeteria walls can't be as interesting and exciting as the walls in your classroom or in the rest of the school. After all, you want the entire school experience to be one that the children will look forward to and speak highly of.
The cafeteria decorations that Homeroom Teacher supplies can be hung from the ceiling or hung on the walls. Worried about the walls? Homeroom Teacher has tape that is guaranteed not to stick when you remove it. Need something in plastic? We have that also. You can actually use our window clings to adhere to the walls and just peel them right off. No need to worry about food sticking to them because you can just wash them off. So there’s really no excuse; come to Homeroom Teacher, look around at our inventory of 35,000 school supplies that cover every aspect of education from teaching supplies to classroom decorations and everything in between. If you do, your cafeteria will never be dull and dreary again!
Winter Celebrations Bulletin Board Set
List Price $7.18
Sale Price $5.99
Big Sunflower Bulletin Board Set
List Price $14.38
Sale Price $11.99
Cork board w-Oak Frame-4' * 8'
List Price $305.99
Sale Price $254.99
Homeroom Teacher has the best selection of Cafeteria decorations at the lowest prices!
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The more a child is exposed to the alphabet, the more easily she can learn it. We have excellent alphabet charts that you can display in your classroom or at home to help your children learn that basis of language – the alphabet.
The decorative and much decorated bulletin board is a “staple” in any elementary school classroom.
Let your children know when they have been behaving well… or badly with a behavior chart.
Alphabet games can really help children learn the alphabet. And what better way to learn something than by playing a game?