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A3/A2 Whiteboards

Discussion in 'Science' started by jockster, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. Dear All

    I have used mini-whiteboards with some success in the past. However I now have a need for bigger whiteboards to enable the pupils to provide more detailed description/diagrams/equations etc.

    I have been unable to find a low-cost supplier of A3/A2 whiteboards.
    Does anyone know if there is a way they could be 'cobbled-together' from another source (i.e. from B&Q etc)

    Many thanks, Simon
     
  2. Laminate a sheet of A3 paper?
     
  3. goatherd

    goatherd New commenter

    Make some blackboards and use chalk ?

     

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