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Laminating Ideas for Teaching at Home

Whether you’re a classroom teacher who has shifted to a remote classroom, or a parent trying to help your children with distance learning, lamination pouches could be your new best friend.

Lamination turns just about any piece of paper into a dry-erase document. Teachers often laminate heavily used items for their classrooms, such as bulletin board décor and reading lists (see more lamination ideas for the classroom here). But how would lamination pouches come in handy when the new classroom is located inside your students’ homes?

29 things to laminate for teaching at home

Consider laminating the following items for the at-home classroom environment:

· Artwork

· Blank dry-erase pages for notes and sketching

· Bookmarks

· Card games

· Checklists

· Chore charts

· Crafts

· Decorations

· Door signs

· Emergency contact lists

· Exercise/physical education activities

· Flash cards

· Goal trackers

· Handwashing reminders at sinks

· Labels and tags for school-at-home materials

· Manipulatives such as paper money, puzzles, and counting sets

· Maps

· Multiplication tables

· Passwords and login information for school-related websites

· Periodic table

· Photographs

· Placemats

· Posters for stations around the house

· Practice sheets

· Quick reference sheets

· Recipe cards

· Scavenger hunts

· Visual learning schedules

· Weekly menu or meal plan

Parents and teachers can laminate any of these items with GBC EZUse Pouches. With alignment guides, UV protection, mil icons and loadings arrows, you can achieve flawless results every time you laminate.

Teachers: If you’re concerned some of your students don’t have access to a printer or laminator at home, you might even go above and beyond the call of duty by printing, laminating and mailing activities to those families at home.