Make a paper cup for an interactive bulletin board. Place sticks, paper slips, markers, or any item that will be needed at the board. Students are able to interact easily when all materials are readily available. Use as a convenient location for guesses or answers to be placed.
Can also be used in the classroom to fill with small items for a math lesson, spelling game, or anywhere that you may need a pocket to hold items.
Free information provided by Casey Seasholtz.
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