Easy Dry Erase Boards
With shrinking budgets, here are two great ways to save paper!
Take a plastic top-loading sheet protector. Insert a piece of white card stock or an 8x10 piece of manilla. You will have an instant dry-erase board that students can keep in their binders. It is great for practicing math problems.
Another way to make a dry-erase board is to get a shower board from the local home improvement store. A shower board is the buidling material they use to do tub surrounds. Cut the board in 12"x12" squares & voila, you have dry erase boards! (Hint: usually they will cut them for you at the home improvement center.) Not only are you saving paper, but the children LOVE writing on dry-erase boards!