Portable Word Walls

I use portable word walls in my classroom so that the children can have access to any word banks we create.

This way I can have all of the old vocabulary, word lists, and theme words out year round without taking up tons of wall space.

The children can go up to the rack, pick the one the need and use it with ease.

I use 1/4 of a sheet of chart paper for each. My teammate uses the big construction paper. I have used legal size paper, too.

Just flop the paper over the top of a hanger and tape.

Easy cheesy.

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