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Magnetic Squared Paper?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by HJenx74, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. HJenx74

    HJenx74 New commenter

    I'm not able to use my IWB due to location and hardware issues, so I'm finding it difficult when I'm teaching symmetry, coordinates, etc.
    I have seen that you can buy a large magnetic sheet to stick to your ordinary whiteboard which has handwriting lines printed on it, and wondered whether there was a similar item available with a grid on it (like squared paper).
    If you have found such an item, please let me know from where!
    Thank you.
  2. goatherd

    goatherd New commenter

    The Magic whiteboard compay from Dragons Den do a squared version at £33 for 25 A1 sheets.
  3. sueemc

    sueemc New commenter

    you can buy magnetic sheets on amazon, not sure about grids tho..
  4. HJenx74

    HJenx74 New commenter

    That's great, thank you

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