Our Easy Dry Erase Board™ is such a fun addition to any story telling or language arts curriculum. There's space underneath "Character", "Setting", and "Plot" to write and then you can use the space below for narration and dictation and practice using words like "first", "next", and "last".
I recommend using a fine tip dry erase marker or chalk marker. You can use them with fun multicolored dry erase markers, window markers, and dry erase crayons (and some pastels too just make sure you test a small area first).
Our Easy Dry Erase Story Board™ can both be used in conjunction with our large tracing tray HERE. While the tracing tray is not necessary, it does securely hold the dry erase boards in place so they don't slip around.
To wipe off simply use a dry cloth or paper towel. All corners are rounded so there are no sharp edges and all pieces are thick and durable.
How to Use our Easy Dry Erase Board™
Use the side of the dry erase board that does NOT have the raised white engraved lines. So use your finger to feel which side has the raised white engraved lines and then use the opposite side which is the smooth side (not the side it's been engraved on).
What's included with your Dry Erase Board?
You'll receive one dry erase board. Any books, manipulatives, markers, or wooden boards shown are not included.
How your Easy Dry Erase Board™ will Arrive and Aftercare:
All dry erase boards will arrive with a brown craft covering affixed to the front and back to protect your board from any scratches while in transit. All you have to do is peel it off and pick off any craft paper located within the design. If you accidentally forget to use the smooth side that hasn't been laser engraved on with your dry erase markers, no worries! Use rubbing alcohol with a cloth (or toothbrush for best results) and lightly scrub over the mistake.
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