Hands Up Dry Erase Boards

Item: 701327

$ 31.49
Item #:  701327
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Give your students a hand!

Encourage classroom participation with our fun hand-shaped dry erase boards. Double sided and printed on thick plastic for use with most dry erase markers and crayons. 5 x 11 ½" (13 x 29 cm). 24 dry erase boards.

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Roylco
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  • 24 dry erase boards

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5 Stars

Multiple Uses

Besides the general use of writing an answer...F= fact O = opinion C = cause E= effect, etc. Two sided promotes not needing continual erasing/writing when teaching a concept that lends to 2 choices. I can say a sentence - Then ask -fact or opinion? Choose part of a sentence, or 3 sentences I said and ask if that part is cause or effect.When playing an academic version of 4 corners, these are more convenient when traveling through the room to corners and definitely much safer when students are turning these around instead of a typical dry earse board to show an answer.Love them to keep entire class engaged in reading a 12 page selection from reading book. Before beginning the stroy they write Yes on one side and No on the other. Througout the selection, I ask questions that lend themselves to a yes or no and adding Why or Why Not. students have to wait until I aske them to reveal their "hand" to give all students think time to think of evidence from the story to support answer. Since all of
1/21/2012
By Biziteach from Akron, OH
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4 Stars

My students love these!

I use this product to play review games with my class. My students love using them!
10/17/2011
By Kinggirlsmom from Florence, SC
About Me: Teacher
5 Stars

Where did these go! I need them!

I've used these (similar ones) that I borrowed from another teacher and I need my own set. The kids can hold them up and the teacher can quickly scan
6/12/2011
By HHB from Ogden, UT
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