Whiteboards are so helpful for homeschooling. I absolutely love them.
I’ve used them for writing down our schedules, introducing concepts to the kids, and having the kids do their work on them.
But sometimes when we write on them we need some stuff to “stay put.” For example, when we practice writing English or Arabic letters and I write the guide lines, well they can get erased. Or I might have a daily assignment schedule with squares and perhaps the content in the squares changes and I don’t want to redraw the squares everyday. One trick that I came up with was to put scotch tape over the lines and parts that I wanted to stay. So when the kid are practicing writing their letters, the guide lines stay put or I don’t have to redraw the lines for our daily assignments.