Back to School: Creating Miniature Dry Erase Boards with Duck Tape®


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It's that time of year again, "Back to School" time!  Most everyone is probably back in session for the fall, and even though the year has already gotten off to a start, the ideas for how to organize or manage throughout the year are never-ending.

In the classroom, there is often a need to make my own simple teaching supplies for students.  In many classrooms there are miniature dry erase boards for students to work out math problems or to display their answers to the teacher.  Miniature dry erase boards are often used in small group sessions as well.  Kids love them!

Creating your own dry erase boards can be super simple and decorative when you use any of the new assortment of colors and patterns made by Duck Tape® found at Wal-Mart.  Not only are the Duck Tape® choices gorgeously colorful, they are sturdy and durable as well.

Miniature Dry Erase Boards

Materials:

  • white cardstock or plastic plates
  • pretty Duck Tape® of your choice

Super Simple Directions:

If using cardstock, laminate the cardstock, then apply Duck Tape® of your choice around the edges.  

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If using the laminated plastic plates, simply adhere Duck Tape® to the edges of the plate.

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Either way, voila, you have your own miniature dry erase boards!

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See, I told you that was simple.

So, if you have parents wanting to give you some school supplies to help make your school year super fantastic, don't hesitate to add any of the assorted colors of Duck Tape® to your back-to-school supply.  Don't forget you can buy Duck Tape at Walmart.

For more creative ideas of how you can use Duck Tape®, follow @TheDuckBrand.

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4 comments:

  1. LOVE IT! I've been looking for ways to address my problem of having no writing surfaces (desks, clipboards/etc.) but having writing required in every lesson plan. Thanks, Libby McLibberton!

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  2. This is great idea Libby!
    Thanks for sharing :)
    Love,
    delvalina

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  3. you know I am going to seriously do this!!!!!!

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  4. These are so neat. I bet teachers would love this.

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