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Big Drywipe boards A3 or bigger???

Discussion in 'Primary' started by regencyrob, May 15, 2011.

  1. I do quite a lot of group brainstorming and I use large pieces of display paper and felt tips and sometimes they go on the working wall but sometimes they just go into the bin as they were an aid to discussion and nothing more.
    I would like to use a big drywipe board A3 or A1 size that was thin and durable like A4 ones found in most classrooms - do they exist?
     
  2. inq

    inq

    Laminate a piece of A3 paper; in the past I've laminated paper for the children to use as whiteboard.
     
  3. It always ends up a bit tatty!!
    plus I ideally wanted bigger than a3 and we cant laminate that!
    Thanks for the suggestion though!
     
  4. Staples sell a roll of dry wipe sheets about A2 size, they are reusuable for a while and can be placed on any flat surface then peled off and used elsewhere.
     
  5. Like those of Dragons Den?
     

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