|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 8.9 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||89063|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||89063|
EXPO Dry Erase Learning Board
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- Great for playrooms and classrooms. Wood-core board stands up to kid use and abuse better than cardboard whiteboards.
- Easy to write on, easy to erase.
- Includes solid and dashed horizontal lines to aid in writing and math problem practice.
- Double-sided for more room to draw and write.
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From the manufacturer
Expo is one of the leading manufacturers of whiteboard and dry erase board accessories including dry erase markers, wet erase markers, whiteboard cleaners, erasers and more for offices, homes and classrooms. At Expo, we believe that effective communication isn't just about what you say, but how you say it. Our goal is to make products with contemporary designs, colors and features that integrate all of your important information into one flexible space.
Everything You Need for Expo
Get everything you need to complete your remarkable Expo dry erase marker experience. Start with a versatile dry erase marker caddy to help keep your white board markers organized and easy to grab.
And to keep your dry erase surfaces clean, grab an Expo eraser—like the precision-point whiteboard eraser for delicate jobs or the extra-large eraser for bigger tasks. Choose Expo liquid cleaner and microfiber cloths for offices and classrooms where cleanups are frequent and fast paced. It’s what you need to get creative—and clean up afterward!
- Expo erasers available in a variety of styles and sizes to meet your needs
- Liquid cleaner to erase ghosting, stubborn marks, grease and dirt from dry erase surfaces; combine with Expo towelettes for optimum results
- Expo whiteboard caddies come in a range of sizes and shapes to suit every need in your office, classroom or home
Getting an entire classroom to pay attention is no easy task! Luckily bold and reliable Expo dry erase markers are here to lend you a helping hand. Whether you’re going over a lesson or facilitating group work, these whiteboard markers ensure everything is clear and easy to read.
Trusted in Offices
From important client meetings to brainstorming and strategic planning sessions, you can count on reliable Expo dry erase markers. The one of the popular dry erase marker brand, the white board markers create consistent, easy-to-read lines and erase cleanly from most non-porous surfaces.
Use Expo markers to label your plastic containers. If they're clear, taping a small piece of paper on the opposite side will keep your label legible. And you can change your mind with a flick of the wrist.
Using a whiteboard and Expo markers to make a family chore board is the simple solution to getting everyone to pitch in without pitching a fit. You can let go of round-the-clock reminders, as 'I forgot' is no longer a valid excuse.
Expo Low Odor Dry Erase
Expo Low Odor Dry Erase Markers minimize distracting smells in the classroom, office and home. The low-odor formula help keeps everyone focused and the quick-drying ink ensures that your messages remain clear and easy to read.
Expo Dry Erase Markers with Ink Indicator
Don’t second guess if there’s ink left in your whiteboard marker when it matters most. Expo Dry Erase Marker with Ink Indicator features a clear barrel with built- in Ink Indicator that makes it easy to see the amount of ink left at all times.
Expo Magnetic Dry Erase Markers with Eraser
Expo Magnetic Dry Erase Markers with Eraser have an integrated magnet for convenient storage on metal surfaces and a handy eraser on the cap. They also feature low-odor, quick-drying ink that’s perfect for the office and classroom.
Expo 2-in-1 Dry Erase Markers
Expo 2-in-1 Dry Erase markers feature a dual-ended design that gives you two colors in one marker. Double the color plus a versatile chisel that marks 3 line widths make it easy to track, schedule and present. Highly visible, low-odor ink is great for both the classroom and office.
Expo Click Dry Erase Markers
Simply click and start writing with Expo Clickable Dry Erase Markers. The unique design means no lost caps while the Safety Seal valve keeps ink from drying out for smooth writing and vibrant color every time.
Expo Neon Window Markers
Add a splash of bold color to windows, glass materials, whiteboards and other surfaces with Expo Neon Window Markers, which allow you to write on both black and white surfaces for eye-catching color and detail.
Expo Vis-à-Vis Wet Erase Markers
Expo Vis-à-Vis Wet Erase Markers stay in place on transparencies, laminated cards and whiteboards, so you can leave messages up for as long as you need, and then erase them with a damp cloth and start again.
Expo carries whiteboard erasers and marker caddies in a variety of styles and sizes to suit your needs. Stock up on AP certified liquid cleaner, microfiber cleaning cloths and towelettes so you can make a mess and then wipe the slate clean again and again.
|Expo Low Odor Dry Erase||Expo Dry Erase with Ink Indicator||Expo 2-in-1 Dry Erase||Expo Magnetic with Eraser Dry Erase||Expo Clickable Dry Erase||Expo Neon Window|
|Tip Type||Chisel, Bullet, Fine, Ultra Fine||Chisel||Chisel||Chisel, Fine||Chisel, Fine||Bullet|
|Low Odor Ink Formula||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Number of Colors Available||17||6||17||11||6||5|
|Designed for Glass||✓|
|Unique Feature||Low odor ink||Clear barrel with ink gauge||2 colors in one marker||Integrated magnet and eraser||Clicks to retract||Ink erases from windows|
Great for playrooms and classrooms. Wood-core board stands up to kid use and abuse better than cardboard whiteboards. Easy to write on, easy to erase. Includes solid and dashed horizontal lines to aid in writing and math problem practice. Double-sided for more room to draw and write. Perfect with Expo Washable Markers.
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|Item Dimensions||8.88 x 11.75 x 0.25 in||0.75 x 12 x 9 in||9 x 11.75 x 1 in||—||8.8 x 11.8 x 0.2 in||25.98 x 42.32 x 0.98 in|
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That said, it has made a significant difference in my work and willingness to practice technical definitions and small derivations/proofs while reviewing notes or homework solutions. I like the fluidness of the markers on the board, and the board looks so nice that sometimes when I am done with a derivation I take a picture of it to put on an electronic flash card and move on.
An unexpected pro of this board has been relieving my tired wrist from the paper/pencil setup. I tend to write very "forcefully" under stress or pressure, and this buildup causes pain over time. I was surprised at what a difference writing on a desk (as opposed to standing board) with the dry-erase marker can do to ease the wrist pressure. Perhaps this is why schools use it so often for young kids, but it serves the same purpose for smartphone-damaged adult wrists!
While not a fault of the board per se, I do find my desk getting covered with the dry-erase "specks" that come from the marker. I use a microfiber brush to just sort of "sweep" my board clean (the board itself cleans nicely) and try to contain all the specks on a paper towel, but I wish there was a better way of ensuring this stuff will stay off my clothes and other materials.
Overall, this was a wonderful buy! If I manage to solve this dry "speck" problem, I may invest in a second board to keep while at school.
like chalkboards, they are an intermediate step before writing on paper, which can be a little more challenging for children (why? in part b/c there is more resistance between pencil and paper, and if a child has motor issues, that tiny bit of resistance can be challenging to their developing motor endurance; also, on paper, mistakes are never totally erased-- you can always see where the eraser rubbed and the original lines were. while part of my work involves teaching children that mistakes are part of learning and it's okay and even awesome to make them, some children like being able to START the process of writing with a lower commitment and less worry about what looks right and what's a mistake. the fact that a whiteboard can erase completely and easily means we almost don't even think about a mistake to begin with-- it's just redone, that's that, whatever. we can get to the life lessons later, for these perfection-oriented kids!). and of course there is the bonus of being dust-free, which chalkboards usually are not.
some of the ways in which i use the boards with my students:
- fun: drawing pictures for each other, playing games like hangman (we play an adaptation that is execution-free)
- pre-handwriting activities: on my board, i make a line formation or shape; on theirs, they copy/reproduce it. then we switch and they take turns to lead. or they trace a sandpaper letter or figure with their fingertips and then reproduce the letter or figure on the board.
- handwriting activities on the white side: we practice various letter shapes on the blank side so the child can make the letter or numeral as large as he or she needs to-- this is a big help to them as they just begin to develop the muscle-memory around letter and numeral formation. eventually, we can add a baseline for them to experiment with if they choose.
- handwriting activities on the ruled side: once they have the basics of letter formation, we work on the ruled side for letter/numeral/symbol orientation. they can practice sitting letters on the baseline, they can get a sense of a lowercase "e" sitting between the base and mid line, of a "t" starting way up at the sky line, etc.
- to highlight key points during writers workshop mini-lessons, and to offer each child a "show us" surface during shared writing and/or peer conferencing/brainstorming during writers workshop.
- classroom signs: we have them near our snack table to post the daily snack menu & serving suggestions; we have them near the guinea pig cage to show whether she has been fed that day or not; we use them for attendance, marking the names of children who are not here that day, etc.
these are versatile boards, friendly to use, easy to maintain, affordable to purchase, and the sturdy masonite core means they'll last for years. the set i purchased 3 years ago are still going strong, so i added another set last year. also still going strong.
oh! also: if you don't like to use dry-erase markers b/c of the volume of waste plastic they create over years of use, these boards work with wax pencils and crayons, too. you just need to use a little more effort in wiping them clean (i use flannel, microfiber or lint-free polishing cloths to wipe them). different brands of wax pencils and crayons erase differently-- try your brands of choice in an inconspicuous corner before committing!
When working on their online math programs, the kids would head to my printer, remove the paper, scratch out a problem or two, toss the paper and start again. When I'd go to print a document, my printer would be empty.
I finally decided to get a couple of these boards and now my printer stays full! They love the boards, the markers, the erasers, everything about the process.
I even use them for things like making temporary notes or putting down shopping list reminders.
I can't tell you how many markers we've gone through in our math calculations, note taking, games of tic-tac-toe and hangman, and everything else we write on these boards.
We use the Expo Brand markers with them and they erase really well. The board is shiny and white and sometimes a little greasy if the kids have popcorn before doing their work, but we can deal with that.
The boards are double sided with one side blank and the other lined for practicing letters.
I'm really happy with this purchase and so is my family. And, yes, I'm gushing about a white board!
Magic erasers work well on ink that's been left on. Kids love them, we've even planned out science experiments on them.