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Monday, November 18, 2013

10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board

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10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board

As a homeschool teacher, I knew our family needed to own a dry erase board. What I learned along the way is that homeschoolers aren't the only ones who should own a board; everyone should.

Below I have listed 10 benefits of owning this type of board:

1.  When a family member is feeling down, a loved one can write a message of encouragement. 

10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board
One morning I woke up to this message written by my oldest son. He knew that I had been upset the night before and he chose to bless me with these words.
 2. You can let someone know how much you love him or her.

10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board
My youngest wrote me this love note.

3. You can use it to let your family know how you feel about them.

10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board
I drew this on the board and my youngest son really got a kick out it.

4. It's a great tool to use to share a devotional.

10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board

5. You can write riddles for your family.
10 Benefits of Owning a Dry Erase Board
Can you guess the answer to this riddle (from Grammar of Poetry)?
6. You can write your Bible memory verses on it.
7. It's a great tool to use for the game of hangman.
8. You can use it as a menu board. (Am I the only one who has children who ask, "What's for dinner?" every day?)
9. It can be used to teach educational lessons (whether you homeschool or not).
10. It's a great place to write a huge birthday message.
Owning this board has been a great blessing to our family. Funny how it's been used for so much more than its original plan.

One of the best rooms I have found to hang up our board in is the kitchen because this tends to be the place where we hang out the most, therefore ensuring that the message will be seen by its intended recipient(s).

So, if you don't own a board yet, when are you going to go and get one? :-)

If you already own some kind of a writing board, what are some ways you have used it? Feel free to share in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading! :-)


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