Can’t afford individual dry erase boards? No problem! Check out an easy way to make your own dry erase boards using items you can find at most dollar stores.
Step 1: Get one plastic sheet protector and one sheet of white printer paper.
Step 2: Place the white printer paper into the sheet protector.
Step 3: Write away!
Pro-Tip- You can use white cardstock paper for a more firm low cost whiteboard.
Pro-Tips from the Comments Section
- Get cardboard and paint it with dry erase paint. Great idea for a low-cost board. –JEN Garrett from Lexical Creations
- Place a seating chart inside the plastic sheet protector and write away. – Liz A. from Laws of Gravity
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