Whiteboard Games for Classroom Students

Posted by Robert Feeley on

Whiteboard in a Box allows schools to vastly expand free creative space in a classroom without spending a fortune on buying and installing new dry erase boards. The aesthetic benefits of having clean, white shiny walls are wonderful and the extra space for teaching is also great, but we have to save a little time for games. Whiteboard in a Box is great for fun time, too!

Whiteboard games are great because kids learn as they play. Here are a few ideas:

Whiteboard Scrabble - Ask a student to come to the board and write a word. Then ask another student to come up and write a word branching off the original word. One-at-a-time, students take turns writing words, just like Scrabble, until the board is covered. It's good to have a dictionary to look up each word, read the definition, and then ask a student to use the word in a sentence.

Pictionary - This game was inspired by "charades" and a whiteboard is the perfect place to have students draw pictures, and the others guess the mystery word. You can buy the game at the store or online, and it comes in different versions depending on age, or you can make cards yourself and save money. Either way, kids love Pictionary and it's a great way to let kids be creative!

Tic Tac Toe - It's pretty much as basic as you can get as far as games go, but kids love to play tic tac toe. Two vertical lines and two horizontal lines and you're ready to go! It's a great way to learn strategy.

We are very proud to be working with so many wonderful schools across the country, helping them save money, brighten their classrooms, and help the environment with our Whiteboard in a Box product. Each time you resurface an old, worn out dry-erase board with Whiteboard in a Box, you're helping by not adding another big, bulky board to the landfill.

We also sell our own markers, Write with ATTITUDE! Dry Erase Markers and they're brighter and last longer than the leading brand. Questions? Call us at 941-474-1991 and we're here to help.


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