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5 Fun Uses For Mini Chalkboards

These mini chalkboards are just adorable! I seen them and thought I really wanted to play with them and didn’t realize just how useful they would be in our classroom. The chalkboard look makes them a great decoration for a classroom but they have a few other uses as well. I thought I would share them with you because I found them cute and fun. With school starting again soon I knew everyone would be looking for fun new decorations for their classrooms and these are just great.

They each come with their own little wooden holder so they stand up on their own. The set also comes with it’s own special chalk and spongy eraser. This chalk is different because it doesn’t eraser unless you wet it. No more of the kids changing the signs by erasing parts of them to make them say other things…or are my kids the only ones who thinks that is funny?

You can grab these cute little chalkboards on Amazon. It comes in a pack of 18! Here!

https://www.amazon.com/Chalkboard-Rectangle-Blackboards-Chalkboards-Decoration/dp/B07D7RMTVD

1. Name plates:

Because they come 18 to a box and are not easily erased without wetting them, they make beautiful name plates. They have the classroom school look and stay put.

2. Party Labels:

They look awesome on a party table. Give the food funny names or just label them for people on the food table with these cute little chalkboards. You can also label the people’s spots or designate a place for the gifts.

3. Supply Labels:

Organize your classroom with these adorable labels. The chalk doesn’t blend, erase, or wipe away without being wet so the labels will last awhile.

4. Special Messages:

Say something special on these cute little boards. Tell the kids good morning or that you left waffles in the microwave when they get up. They come off the base so you could glue magnets on the back to create a fridge magnet as well.

5. Special Reminders:

Write down a reminder or note to help you or your kids remember something. You can wipe it away afterwards and reuse it for another reminder. They are small enough to sit on the night stand so they will see it when they wake up.

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