Do you use dry erase boards in the classroom – or even cut up shower wall board? What do you use for wipers – old socks? I have used them all too and dry erase boards are a welcome addition into every classroom no matter what age or grade level! I love using them for test prep or fun cooperative learning games. But they can be messy and unorganized trying to keep track of the markers and wipers, which seem to magically disappear. Until now that is…
I had the opportunity to review some awesome dry erase paddles from Kleenslate Concepts and they are wonderful! Check them out in the picture below! They come in tons of colors (perfect for team competitions or various center activities), include the marker, and can also include the wiper! No more lost supplies!
Here is a closer picture of the wiper, which is attached to the handle of the paddle with an o-ring, so it can be changed as well if needed. Genius!
Each board is made of super hard plastic, and are 2-sided. You have plain on one side and the other can be large lines for little ones’ writing practice or grid lines for older ones’ math practice. I love the gridlines for graphing, perimeter/area, geometry, multiplication arrays, and more!
The markers also come in a variety of colors and are super handy as they snap right into the handle of the paddle, so no more lost markers! On the end of the markers, there is also a small eraser right on the cap if you don’t have the attached wipers. The markers come in a variety of colors. On their website, Kleenslate Concepts also has different board shapes and other items, so make sure you head over there to check them out!
Kleenslate Concepts is being super generous and has agreed to provide prizes for not just one, but FIVE lucky readers here at The Organized Classroom Blog! Yay! The first three numbers pulled will each receive a 2-Pack of rectangular paddles (which includes 2 rectangular paddles, 2 wipers, and 2 small black dry erase markers), and the next 2 numbers pulled will each receive a set of 15 new colored small dry erase markers! Fun!
Fill out the entry form below to get entered and good luck from Kleenslate Concepts and The Organized Classroom Blog!
Winners of 2 boards: Susan S., Meredith M., and Lonna T. – notified via email
Winners of the dry erase markers: Amelia M. and Christina D. – notified via email