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I wanted to share this with anyone who is looking for a big whiteboard but doesn't want to spend a lot of money. Be sure to read the comment by Charlie (about the 7th one down) for instructions on how to also buy inexpensive framing for it using plastic end caps. They recommended bringing a dry erase marker with you to the store to test out the board before you buy it and to make sure to get a glossy one. And that OOK 30# hangers are the best for hanging it. I was watching Andrew Pudewa's first dvd on TWSS and he said that a whiteboard is essential to teaching and it made so much sense. Once I get one I am sure I will wonder how I ever taught without it!:001_smile::)

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