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Wonder Wall. Create one before the start of a new unit then at the end see how many questions were answered and any new wonderings the students have. Image only

Wonder Wall. Create one before the start of a new unit then at the end see how many questions were answered and any new wonderings the students have. Image only

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Wipebook - The Whiteboard Notebook

Wipebook - The Whiteboard Notebook

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This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

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This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

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Thoughtful Thursday whiteboard went down a treat today! Students really enjoyed writing on the whiteboard and reading what their peers wrote. Definitely will be doing this again!

Thoughtful Thursday whiteboard went down a treat today! Students really enjoyed writing on the whiteboard and reading what their peers wrote. Definitely will be doing this again!

I like this idea of putting clipboards under the whiteboard.  wonder if I could use tacks to hang them from that "useless" tack strip under my board. That would be awesome. Or maybe create ribbon hangers for the whiteboards we use as "desks" all the time...ooh...

I like this idea of putting clipboards under the whiteboard. wonder if I could use tacks to hang them from that "useless" tack strip under my board. That would be awesome. Or maybe create ribbon hangers for the whiteboards we use as "desks" all the time...ooh...

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