I absolutely LOVE washi tape! I love the bright colors and patterns, and I love that it's a pretty inexpensive way to brighten up everyday objects. However, I never know when to use washi tape, because it's really not all that useful, except for decorating stuff. Which stinks, because I have a lot of it, in several different colors and patterns.
I also love to make anchor charts! However, I have one problem with making anchor charts that makes me crazy! It happens most often when I am making a graphic organizer t-chart, like a box and t chart or a story elements chart.
MY LINES ARE CROOKED.
It makes me crazy, but I'm far too lazy to get out the yardstick and trace straight lines on my anchor charts. But then I have anchor charts with crooked lines.
Then one day, I came up with the best idea.
Why not use washi tape to make my graphic organizer charts?
It's bright and colorful, and I have tons of it! A little bit goes a long way too!
So I tried out my brilliant idea. And this is what I found:
The chart looks
My lines are pretty much straight.
And I finally found a use for that washi tape!
What do you think? Is this something you would try?
What is your favorite way to use washi tape?
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