I absolutely LOVED it when I saw it all over Pinterest and on sweet Farley’s blog! I just knew I HAD to make one too! :) Farley explains what you’ll need and how to set it up on her blog post…so make sure you stop by her blog to get all the deets.
Happy Saturday, friends! I’m back with more Weekend Warrior fun! This month, we’re bringing you some fabulous “Pinspired” projects!
Today I’m sharing my interactive door inspired by Farley’s beautiful interactive door seen below!
Here is what I came up with!
It’s held up with command strips and my pretty pink whale ribbon!
I also added a little Target Dollar Spot bucket and added colorful smelly markers for the kids to use at this station!
My students LOVED using this as part of our ELA workshop time! It could be used to assess student knowledge, give quick quizzes, create exit tickets, and even receive feedback from students. They could not get enough of the interactive chart!! I think it was the smelly markers too. :)
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