Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Monday Made it on a Tuesday! DIY Student Whiteboard Erasers

 So, I am late on this post because I was visiting some friends in Portland. Super fun and the weather was amazing!

I use student whiteboards a lot in my class and after the first few years of teaching it finally dawned on me to use felt as a whiteboard eraser. I was tired of my students constantly getting up to grab paper towels, so I decided to cut up some felt so they could keep a whiteboard eraser at their desk. Super easy to do and very inexpensive. It is cost effective and doesn't waste instructional time for students to grab paper towels or tissue. I purchased the felt at Michaels Craft store. It was .33 for a 9in x 12in piece of felt. I was able to make four "erasers" out of one piece of felt. They will last the whole year (sometimes a little longer).


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  1. Love this idea. Cute and cheap - perfect. Sara

  2. Great idea!! I would have never thought of using felt!


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