Beth, Some of our teachers use a "oil pan" like for under autos (about 2'
x3') and magnetic paper the cut out words and stick them on when needed.
The have used them for curriculum mapping with out state outcomes. The
words are typed on the computer and printed on this special paper that is
magnetized. Good Luck, Linda in Norman, OK
From: Beth Burkhart [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 2:22 PM
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
Subject: [teacherartexchange] Portable word wall
I'm just about ready to start my second year of teaching. I've already made
some improvements that will hopefully make this year easier than the first
year. I do, however, have one thing I'm stumped on. At one of my schools I
teach off the cart. I'd like very much to have a word wall that I can bring
to each class (grades K-8), but the things I tried last year didn't quite
work (mostly because they were too bulky). My room on the cart is limited,
as is my budget. Does anyone know of something that would work?