posterboard


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pos·ter·board

 (pōs′tər-bôrd′)
n.
Cardboard with an appropriate stiffness and thickness for use in making posters.
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Noun1.posterboard - a cardboard suitable for making postersposterboard - a cardboard suitable for making posters
cardboard, composition board - a stiff moderately thick paper
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If offered, resources would need to be set aside specifically for this work, including funds to cover logistical costs (food, event space, posterboard printing) and stipends for student participants.
White traps were made from white painted posterboard and clear traps from Plexiglas.
As described above, activities on the day of the event included the help of a volunteer certified personal trainer, educational demonstrations at the various display tables (eg, how to do a breast exam using a model of a breast with and without small lumps, reviewing normal Pap slides under the microscope or on a posterboard display), and movies set up in the children's activity center.
(Eugene Parks and Recreation and LaneKids.org are two great resources for information.) Everything goes on the posterboard calendar, and when we need something to do, we can see exactly what's going on that day.
It's an electornic die-cutter which can work its magic on everything from paper and card to leather and posterboard. You can honestly make just about anything, and it's so easy to use thanks to the Design Space software.
We'll fill our house with books and newspapers and almanacs, classic films, boxes bursting with crayons and glitter and posterboard. We'll attend Friday-night synagogue and take piano lessons and play Beethoven over dinner.
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The assignment is simple and flexible: each student is asked to prepare a poster (presented on large-format posterboard) dealing with any economic-related issue that interests or concerns them (including issues experienced within a workplace, a household, in a community, or in the environment).
Teens made wrestling belts using black posterboard, gold party plates, and shiny gold paper.
There is an enormous pair of wings, stuck together out of glue, turkey feathers and posterboard. They are drooping with gold and silver glitter, enough to sparkle under the one spotlight.