Reusable Dry Erase Pockets - 6" x 9" Single, Assorted Primary Color
When an enterprising person realized that warehouse picking ticket holders might make a nice dry erase worksheet sleeve, the Reusable Dry Erase Pocket was born. Pages insert from the top, so you can easily slip in single, loose-leaf worksheets or even fold thin workbooks to the desired page and slide them in. We tested the pockets with a range of different dry-erase marker brands and colors, each of which erased cleanly (within 24 hrs of use). The edges of the pocket are stitched with opaque, colored plastic binding and there is a grommet at the top of the pocket, making it easy to display artwork or A+ assignments. Although we're sure you'll have no trouble filling this pocket with your own worksheets, you can also visit www.C-Line.com/template for some free downloadable basic worksheet templates. 9" x 12" pockets actually measure 10" x 13.5" and are available by the each or in a 10-pack. The 6" x 9" pocket easily holds half-size sheets of paper or small booklets. Both are available in a variety of neon or primary colors (if you order more than one, we'll assort).
Trimmed in fun colors, these clear vinyl sleeves are open on one end to slip in a sheet of paper and write on them with a dry erase marker. These have a multitude of uses in your home and classroom. A grommet at the top lets you hang it on a hook or nail. Insert a reproducible worksheet and use it with multiple students over and over. Put a recipe inside protect it from splatters. Draw a head on a piece of paper, let students draw faces with a dry erase marker and teach about emotions. Slip in a big tic-tac-toe game to keep kids occupied on a road trip. They can clean off and play again and again. Keep each child's chore chart in one - they can choose their color. Speaking of chores, make a checklist of what cleaning needs done in each room of the house. Keep the list with a bucket of supplies and rotate cleaning assignments easily. Print math drill sheets off the internet and kids can take turns with practice problems. Bright Hues has red, orange, yellow, green & blue trim sewn around the edges.Neon colors include red, pink, orange, yellow & green trims. Fluorescent red is bright red-orange, not a true primary red. ~ Sara