Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Wizard Wall

I have a cool product to show you today called Wizard Wall. It is special "paper" (it reminds me of the wrapper around a popsicle) that you can use to make your anchor charts but it has some super cool features.
No judging my handwriting! Real time is sometimes not pretty.
1. It is electrostatic so it can go up on any wall without tape, tacks, etc. Not only is this great if you don't have an easel handy but it also makes putting it on a wall for display quick, easy and won't harm your painted walls!

2. You can write on both sides with permanent or dry erase markers!

Here is a video of it in action.

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That's all for tonight my friends. Teaching half days and conferencing the rest has me pooped tonight. My conferences have all gone really well so far. My toughest one will be tomorrow so wish me luck!



  1. Great thinking map! Are you "encouraged" in your district to have the kids make their own or are premade templates ok? I would love to know what others are doing:)

    The Resourceful Apple

    1. Tammy,
      Yes the goal is to have the kids make their own but many of us still use a mix :-)

  2. Hey Jenn,
    We are doing PTC at my school right now and I'm pooped too! We just dismiss an hour early and then have conferences until 8pm. Phew, it makes for some long days! I just added some fun, free forms that I use for PTC on my blog if you're interested. Hope your tough one goes well tomorrow! I'm always holding my breath until those ones are over... :) Good luck!

    Tangled with Teaching