dry erase boards

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  1. love2teach

    love2teach Enthusiast

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    I have been looking for a product that I can not find...maybe someone knows where I could find it!?! I saw it at a teachers workshop and wish I got it then....


    It is a removable dry erase board...you stick it on top of your wall, chalk board etc...I cant find them anywhere....has anyone seen these?
     
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    www.Reallygoodstuff.com has various sizes of magnetic and nonmagnetic white boards of all sizes. With one package of small boards, the teacher board (quite a bit larger) comes free.
     
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    I don't know of any fry erase boards avaible but I ahve an idea for chalkboards... In my pre-k room, we bought some Crayola Chalkboard paint that you paint on the wall- it works great for me. Also, for my dry erase boeard, I have a big one on the wall and then I ahve a "kid sized one" so the little ones can draw on. You can removee this from the base and has a chalk board on the back. I love this- it works well.
     
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    Aug 23, 2003

    Are you talking about the boards that are paper thin that can stick to almost any surface?? Those are great. I bought mine at a store called Learning How. I've also heard that you can get them at Staples or Office Depot.
     
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    I saw dry erase contact paper at office depot this week. It was with the school supplies. There was also 8x12 sheets that you can run through a printer. It looked neat for making graphic organizers that you can write and wipe. It was a little expensive...about 5 sheets for around $5.00. I didn't look to see how much the rolls of contact paper were. They also have chart paper that is "static" so it sticks to anything and can be wipe off. The chart paper is expensive but reusable!
     
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    Jan 30, 2004

    GoWrite! self stick dry erase sheets and rolls are available at your local educational supply store. They are perfect for creating writing centers, lap boards or covering chalkboards.
     

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