You might try smooth marine vinyl and either white board markers or
markers, if you can still but those. That would make your invention re-usable
On 9/4/06, joyce paliulionis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Beth!
> How about a portable, roll-up word wall.
> 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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