Friday, July 7, 2017

Check out these tips to use Washi Tape in your classroom!

Washi tape - the Japanese paper tape often used in scrapbooking - can be used to great effect in your classroom as well. We've found some great Washi tape designs online, and we've included them below, along with some great classroom ideas to use the tape.

Similar to masking tape, Washi tape comes in many different designs from different manufacturers, and can often be bought in lots at fairly low prices. The lot above, for example, includes 60 different festive designs and is only $12 on Amazon. You can get it by clicking here.

Meghan Everette of Scholastic listed several creative uses for Washi tape. They include:

Along with that idea, we found these Washi tape rolls that could make great bulletin board borders. Note that these tape products are from various manufacturers, and some are marketed as "masking tape." They may not be as easy to remove as Washi tape.

This library book-themed masking tape can be used in a variety of ways. It's a bit more expensive than other tapes, but you get ten meters of tape. You can order it from Amazon by clicking here.

This antique-styled tape features a French theme, and this particular pack includes five rolls. You can order it from Amazon by clicking here.

Perhaps your best use of Washi tape is for easy labeling!

Here are more Washi tape designs that would go great in the classroom!
This colored pencils-themed Washi tape can be sued in almost any occasion. It can be ordered from Amazon by clicking here.

Who doesn't want ruler-themed Washi tape? You can get yours from Amazon by clicking here.

This Washi tape assortment box includes a wide variety of tapes (45 in total) themed to major holidays and seasons. You can order it from Amazon by clicking right here.

You can click here to see the entire Scholastic article about uses for Washi tape!

Be sure to let us know of your ideas for using Washi in the classroom!

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