Use coloured dots or stickers to organise the tables. A different colour on each desk will help you arrange your pupils into groups and work out who does what. You can then ask, "Please can the green table present their work" - genius!
Putting Velcro on the whiteboard will not just stop your pens from mysteriously disappearing, but it allows you to place the markers upside down, making sure that you get the most use out of them.
Students can turn their peg over once they’ve submitted their work. A good way to keep track of who has competed their work (and who you need to chase!).
Stopping that one overly enthusiastic chid from losing your dice for the seventh time. This would also work well for other small items such as erasers or coins.
Removing the “I lost it” excuse from classrooms.
Applying a layer of nail polish will stop all your hard work from being rubbed away by sticky fingers.
They’re cheaper than whiteboards; ideal if you’re on a tight budget!
Cheaper than buying multiple erasers, and you won’t be able to lose them as easily!
Keep the classroom mess to a minimum!