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Top Five Teaching Tools Teachers Can Make with a Laminator

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Laminators allow teachers to save money on teaching tools by making them last so they can be re-used again and again. Here are top five easy to make tools for every teacher.

Some great project ideas:

Flash Cards

Flash cards are a great way for kids to learn everything from a new language to math skills. Make flash card use a fun game with prizes in the classroom.  Laminated flash cards can last all year long.

Touchable Learning Tools

Learning is more fun when kids can interact. Fun laminated shapes help pre-school and kindergarten classes connect object shape and name by touch.   Learning becomes more accessible when fun charts can be touched (even with messy fingers) laminating  keeps learning tools waterproof and easy to clean.

Maps

Learning geography can be fun when laminated maps can be passed around the classroom. You can even color in states as a fun activity. When the maps need to be used by a different class, the marker can be wiped clean.  Laminated maps are dry erase!

Reusable Worksheets

Worksheets can be easily torn and damaged with spills, costing teachers additional funds in reprinting. Laminated worksheets engage kids in subjects from multiplication to grammar without worry of reproducing documents.

Look for other great laminating ideas with free downloadable templates at the Idea Center:  Fellowes Laminator Idea Center

Need help selecting the right laminator? Click Here.

Check out some great laminator options:

The Venus

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