Spruce up learning spaces
(StatePoint) This year’s school circumstances are far from normal. Parents and educators alike are still unsure what the coming months will look like, and their district plans and policies could change overnight, even as classes are underway.
If you’re a parent with students learning virtually at home, there is a cost-effective secret weapon that can be used for countless projects: shelf liner. Here are fun and useful ways to use shelf liner this season:
Dress up learning spaces.
From sprucing up desks and shelves to personalizing storage areas in a home learning space, shelf liner can help add fun pops of pattern to your décor while protecting surfaces from damage and messes. Use coordinating colors to tie the whole room together.
Contain dirt and grime in high-traffic areas.
Prepare for messes with a shelf liner featuring antimicrobial protection, which prevents the growth of odor-causing mold and mildew on the liner. Line a small section of the floor near your entryway to create a designated “drop zone” for dirty backpacks, shoes and sports equipment.
Students taking part in virtual learning are bound to take their studying into new places around the home. Use clear liner to catch rings or condensation from drinks, as well as other spills or messes in your home office and other living spaces.
Clear liner can help organize your child’s items around the home learning space with fun, colorful labels. Simply draw or cut out letters from construction paper, then use liner to easily adhere the DIY labels.
For more information about all the ways you can use clear adhesive liner during the school season, visit www.duckbrand.com.