Second Grade Nest: Paper-Saving Classroom Tool

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Paper-Saving Classroom Tool



Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students


Sick of printing out 30 copies of a printable? Are parents tired of getting of tons of printables coming home in their folders? We discovered the best new way to save paper! These dry erase pockets are a wonderful new staple in our centers rotations! Sometimes, you can find them at Target or at Walmart during the back-to-school rush. I think it's easier to snag them on Amazon

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students
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Here is a peek at my students using my November On-the-Go printables in their ELA centers this week using their dry erase pockets. 

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students
Working on sight word reading and writing.

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students
Circling vowels.
(This sheet is actually for highlighting, but we slipped them in our pockets and reused them.)

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students
Long vowels!

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students

Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students
Adding -s or -es.

There are many ways to use these in the classroom. Currently, we are using them during independent centers and even during teacher-led small group. They're a life saver! 

Here are some printables you can use in these pockets that will help your first and second grade students practice their ELA and math skills while being engaged and having fun! There are links to 11 packs in this bundle if you only want one specific month!
Using dry erase pockets for paper-saving center activities- a new staple in the classroom to save paper and engage students



2 comments:

  1. I am sooooo happy that there is a November-on-the-Go!! I absolutely loved the October edition!! My students also loved it and wanted to know if there was another one for November!

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