Worksheet covers/sleeves are great for learning centers. Students can slide a worksheet inside of the sleeve, write on it with a dry erase marker then erase it so that another student can use it. This tutorial shows how to create this for the classroom for just under $5. It will be enough to create a few of them for your classroom.
What You Will Need
- Plastic Sheet Covering (It is located in the furniture fabric section of a fabric store)
- A ruler or yard stick
- duct tape
Worksheets are typically 8 1/2 x 11 inches in sizes. To give a little extra room, I folded the plastic in half. Then, I cut a 10 x 12 inch rectangle from the plastic. Folding the plastic fist creates a front a back portion.
Tape both of the sides while leaving an opening at the top.
This is the finished product. Visit Literacy and Math Ideas for additional money saving tips.