I give you: The Bulletin Tabletop!
|It's hard to take pictures in my kitchen |
without them being on a weirdish angle.
|From homeschool work space to snack central without|
the hassle of removing all of the learning materials.
That's right folks, for under $4 at Walmart, I was able to pick up two yards of heavy duty, ultra polished, extra clear vinyl, which I then trimmed to fit my own table. Now, we use it for a variety of things. Sometimes it's a replacement for the usual bulletin board displays in classrooms, with seasonal decorations and the like. Often though, it's a place to keep copies of "need to be studied" words and math facts. I place them at the appropriate child's normal spot, and voila! Instant passive reinforcement.
|Our current display|
A third use, one I haven't tried yet, at least not on purpose, is for practicing letter formation and sums. Dry erase markers wipe right off of the vinyl with a soft cloth or even the kitchen sponge, making it the perfect spot for constant practice without constantly replenishing the paper supply.
So there you have it. My bulletin tabletop made with $4 of clear vinyl.
Do you have any creative solutions to the problem of no wall space in a class room? I'd love to