Wednesday, October 31, 2012

ALL IN ONE DRY ERASE BAGS {Coffee & a Clever Idea}



I heart finding ways to save time in the classroom. I also heart tips for staying organized. This does both. Put everything a student will need when using a dry erase board into one bag: board, marker, something to wipe the board (socks work well).

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15 comments:

  1. My favourite tip about dry erase board is there : http://www.talesofthefourthgradeteacher.blogspot.fr/2012/04/diy-dry-erase-boards.html

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  2. There is nothing so happy as when kiddos have everything they need for their dry erase boards! Now if we could just invent a marker that doesn't dry out or get the tip smashed.

    Happy Halloween, and thanks for the tip!
    Heather
    Peacocks & Penguins

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  3. I use the student's desk for my dry erase boards. I think I'll use the bag for the markers and was cloths. Thanks

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  4. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks! I think this will save me some time--which I really need more of this year.

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  6. I hate that the best things are the simplest!! lol Thanks so much this is clever.

    Brenda
    You Might Be a First Grader...

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  7. This may be the best thing I've ever heard. I love using dry/erase boards but HATE passing out all the materials. It totally throws the whole class off!

    Kiss your brain! :)

    Mrs. Dixon
    Teaching Special Thinkers

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  8. Again, this is another one of my pictures. I would appreciate you crediting me if you use them. Please do not use any more of my photos without crediting the source. I also sent you an email about this. Do you check your comments or emails?

    Megan Wheeler
    www.mrswheelerfirst.blogspot.com

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  9. Great way to easily pass materials out. Thanks for sharing!

    Jordan
    Team V's First Grade Fun

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  10. Thanks for the tip! I cut up black felt and use that as an eraser. Using black felt hides the dry erase markers and you don't have to wash them.

    Please check out my blog too:
    kindergartenkidsatplay.blogspot.com

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  11. I hot glue pom poms to the end of my dry erase markers. Then there is one less thing for the kids to keep up with! :)

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