Friday, 2 July 2021

The Best Dry Erase Lapboards for Classrooms

Students love using dry erase lapboards for guided classwork activities. A good quality classroom lapboard must be thick and durable, have rounded edges, be scratch resistant, and it must have a smooth surface that erases clean. Many lapboards are sold in bulk and teachers can choose the amount of boards to suit the number of students in their classrooms.

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  • Small lapboards for little hands: These are small whiteboards that come with erasers. They are the right size for kindergarteners.

  • Double sided dry erase lapboards: The boards are simple, but they are sturdy and of a good size for small hands to work with. This set comes with erasers and markers too but the quality of the markers are not as great as that of the lapboards.

  • Use dry erase self-adhesive vinyl circles: These dry-erase circles are an alternative to lapboards. They are becoming popular because teachers love that they stay put on the desks. One teacher said that she is happy that she never has to hear the sound of lapboards falling on the floor!

Did you know that lapboards are thick and strong enough to be turned into clipboards? Just add clipboard clips at the tops. 

How to Store Classroom Lapboards 
Classroom lapboards can be stored in classroom mailboxes, organizer trays, seat sacks, milk crates, and large storage bins. These dry ersase boards are stored in seat sacks

You can store your lapboards in the same ways that you would store clipboards. See many creative ways to store classroom clipboards in this blog post.

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