How to Organize Dry Erase Boards for Students

Students LOVE to use dry erase boards and they are a great tool for monitoring what your students know. This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers an easy way to organize dry erase boards and markers in the classroom.

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).

Students LOVE to use dry erase boards and they are a great tool for monitoring what your students know. This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers an easy way to organize dry erase boards and markers in the classroom.




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