These easy-to-read-from-across-the-room magnetic tiles work great on a whiteboard. They can be used to keep track of who's completed a task and who hasn't. You can also place tiles together is groups so that your student will know which group they've been assigned to for an activity.
We've recently improved the production of these tiles by switching from lamination to an ink-on-magnetic process. Result? The tiles are more durable.
If you'd like to read about how you can use numbered tiles help keep things organized in your own room, check out the new section devoted to Magnetic Tiles.
And if you've got your own cool way to use them, send me an email and I'll add it to the post.
In addition to the original blue, we now have red and green available.
If you're looking for a set of custom magnetic tiles to go along with a classroom theme, check out Dereck West of DW Custom Magnets. They sell for $12 a set and ship for free.
You can see some samples on this page.
numbered 1 to 36
1.25" X 1.25"
choice of 3 colors
All Three Sets
Buy three sets of tiles
(blue, red, and green)
and save two bucks.