Get a 36" dowel...drill holes at each end, then put
some sort of cording through the holes so you can hang
the dowel. Staple or glue bulletin board paper, the
length that you need, and that's the same width
(or just a tad narrower), to the dowel. Just roll it
up and store it on the cart...unroll it in the
classroom to display. The paper isn't very heavy and
would hang anywhere, even over other stuff...when
finished, just roll it up and put it back on the cart.
You can put only the vocabulary words that are
important to the lesson on it...even add some during
the lesson. Then, when not needed, tear it off and
start a new one with the original dowel.. or have many
different ones , maybe in different colors...this
could work in art rooms too. The kids could help
design the letters for the words.
I hope this helps,
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