Hello, and welcome to the October Bright Ideas Link-Up! If this is your first time on my website, welcome! I am so glad you stopped by!
My Bright Idea is fairly simple, and something I was able to implement into my classroom very easily. I recently discovered printable magnetic paper. Because most teachers already have lots of printable resources, I thought it would be a great idea to use the magnetic paper for some of those printables! This works as a great strategy to get the kids excited about the content you are presenting. It would also save you money because you are not constantly having to purchase magnetic activities from the teacher store.
You will see some letters below. These were made for a sight word activity for one of my centers. Since I don’t want to spend the money to buy multiple sets of plastic letters, I just printed some off, right onto the magnetic paper. I will be able to use these right away in my small groups. You can let your students use your white board, an old cookie sheet, or even an oil drip pan for your magnetic activities.
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