Walmart Special!

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    I<3kiddos Rookie

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    When I was at Walmart today, they had small Expo dry-erase boards for $4. The boards are two-sided--one side is blank, and one side has primary handwriting lines on it. I got several to work with in small groups. They also have a clip for the marker so it can stay attached. :up:
     
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    Oooh, thanks! I'll have to pick a few up.
     
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    Hey! I ordered those through Teacher Direct for this coming school year. I paid $89 for a class set of 30.
     
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    Walgreens had 8.5 x 11 dry erase boards on sale for $0.99 this week. They are single sided and come with a pen. Expo brand. No limit.
     
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    The "bargain bin" at dryerase.com has the blank 8x11 boards for $.99 each, if you don't need the lined ones.
     
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    I saw double sided ones (one side blank, one side lined) at KMart yesterday for $2.49... (also at Target for $2.99- same thing)
     
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    My favorite dry-erase boards are ones I kinda sorta made myself. I got the idea from here, actually. If you go to Home Depot of some place like that and get a sheet of tile board, you can have them cut it into 1' x 1' pieces and have more than enough for your class. Sand down the edges or cover them in painter's tape and you won't have anything jagged to worry about. And it's super cheap. The only thing is, if you're using anything with magnets, it's not magnetized so it won't work for that. However, as Dry Erase boards go, they're wonderful:)

    Unfortunately, all of mine got ruined when our basement flooded, but I'm definitely going to go and have some more made.:)

    -KatieGirl
     
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    I ordered the size up from the bargain and got them yesterday! :)
     

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