While we usually do a $50 gift card giveaway every Wednesday on our Facebook page, this week we wanted to mix it up! The application period for our two $1000 Scholarship for the Arts applications is drawing to a close, so we had education on the brain. We’ve been super impressed with the creative ways teachers use our products in their classrooms, and we want to help even more teachers make their classrooms fun and functional! Comment which of our products you would want to use in your classroom, and we’ll pick one winner to send those supplies to. The giveaway will be open to enter for one week, and will run from May 17 to May 24.

Here are some inspirational photos to give you ideas:

Dry Erase Dots

Our dry erase dot decals are by far the most popular with teachers! We’ve seen them be used to create individual or group work stations, to replace chalkboards, and for pure decoration.

Dry erase decals replace messy chalkboard

Source: Erin Lucy


Small group learning station with WallPops dry erase dots

Source: Genny Allies

Message Boards

Dry erase and chalk decals make switching out their content fast and easy! No more hanging up posters and taking them down- just write, erase, repeat.

Wall Art

Our decals let you DIY your classroom decor without the huge time commitment (seriously, can you imagine tracing and cutting out all those leaves?). Add seasonal decoration, put up educational material, create a display of your students names or accomplishments, or put up decor that matches the unit you’re teaching!

Dry erase maps in a home school environment

Source: Porsha Sales

See more photos of WallPops in use in classrooms & beyond on our Pinterest!

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    Kathy Persons

    May 17, 2017

    The dry erase and chalk decals would be so fun for the kids as well as me~

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    Leah Jungemann

    May 17, 2017

    I would love to use the wall art to bring art to my classroom walls. It looks so pretty! 🙂

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    Jody Appleton

    May 17, 2017

    I spend a lot of money on my classroom. I want the kids to love coming to school every day. I really love the decals and the dry erase dots and so would all of my kids! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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    kathie hopta

    May 17, 2017

    The tree on the classroom door would be perfect.

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    Johanna Roche

    May 17, 2017

    I would love to use the dry erase dots! I teach grades K-5 so I would like to put the dots on my wall to write down what each grade will be doing every day.

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    Twila Have dawsy

    May 18, 2017

    the tree and the dots!!

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    Kate Snell

    May 18, 2017

    I would absolutely use the dry erase dots, and they’d be a huge hit with my students!

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    May 20, 2017

    We are moving two elementaries to a middle school. My new classroom is a chemistry lab. I need to convert it into a usable space for second graders ! I plan to use many different products to get the job done!

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    Katie W

    May 21, 2017

    I would love the dry erase dots for my small group table as well as the dry erase wall decals to cut up and put on their desks 🙂 I could leave them notes if they are sick of what to do, or sightwords they need to personally work on that week, or the kids and I could write encouraging messages to one another when a concept finally clicks or if they’re having a hard day!!!! So many great ideas! Love these products!

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    May 21, 2017

    I work with children with special needs and they’re always drawing pictures to help them count or needing sentences written down first for them to copy. So the dry erase dots would be GREAT and hugely beneficial for them.

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    Carol Alvarnaz

    May 22, 2017

    I would love to use wall art on my classroom door to welcome my students to our classroom! I love to build a classroom community and some type of design where I can include students names would draw them in from day one and begin to create that community we all need! Thank you!

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      May 25, 2017

      Congratulations Carol, you’re our winner! Please check your email for details on how to claim your WallPops!

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    Maura Tucker

    May 22, 2017

    We have a new beautiful school with very bland white walls. I am a history teacher and would love brightly colored US and World Maps to decorate my sad, blah, walls.

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    Chantel Franks

    May 23, 2017

    Dry erase dots for sure! Those could be used for so many different things! They are amazing. Not something I would have ever thought about had I not seen them here.

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    Megan Johnson

    May 23, 2017

    I think the dry erase does would be fun to use with my 7th grade science classes. I really like the tree wall art design on the classroom door too!!

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    Sara ward

    May 23, 2017

    I would love the dry erase dots and some wall art to try.

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    Angela Collins

    May 23, 2017

    Dry erase maps and map decals!!

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    Loren S

    May 24, 2017

    I need more color in my classroom. I have three beige walls and a gray wall. I want dry erase dots. I can have students write math equations on them for the current unit. I was thinking about getting a red (need more help), yellow (need more practice), and green (understand) dot so I can use it as my stoplight exit ticket.

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    May 24, 2017

    Definitely the dry erase dots on my kidney and round tables.