poster board


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poster board

[′pōs·tər ‚bȯrd]
(materials)
A stiff cardboard used for show cards, posters, display advertising, and signs; it may be white or colored on one side.
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Participants who attend greeNEWit's poster board session at the conference will gain an understanding of energy efficiency and how it pays back through energy savings, learn how to use utility incentives to save energy through energy efficiency and determine innovative ways your school can become green certified.
Provide each pair with poster board. Have pairs begin by drawing a line across the page and dating the line from 1897 (Earhart's birth year) to 1937 (the year she disappeared).
Don Kahle (fridays@dksez.com) consumed his share of poster board, raising two boys in Eugene.
Glue images to a poster board. You can organize by theme--health, travel, relationships, wealth--or make it a random collage.
* You will receive information about the location of the poster session and your poster board number when you register at the conference.
The 2008 Technical Conference abstracts for the poster board competition sponsored by Lubrizol and the NPIRI Lecture competition sponsored by Hexion are needed by the end of June.
Help children trace their hand onto the poster board, and then cut it out for a pattern.
Their poster board was loaded with tricky images, and they asked viewers - mostly Allen Hall staff and representatives from various state agencies - to look at the images and explain what they saw.
Begin by cutting out three pieces of poster board, 4 x 4-1/4 inches.
Graffiti has its poster board roots on city walls, typically--but this worldwide survey documents a new trend: paper works glued to city surfaces.
Supplies: Paper, pencil, 12-by 18-inch piece of cardboard or white poster board, tempera paints
When completed, the works were cut closely to the body shape and glued to large flexible poster board.