Write-On Magnetic Tags - Set of 30

Write-On Magnetic Tags - Set of 30

List Price:  $34.99   14% Savings

Item #: 57042

Colorful magnetic strips with write-on/wipe-off surface make labeling easy!

  Item qualifies for free shipping



Great for color-coded labeling of metal shelves, as nameplates for the front of metal desks, for magnetic center-rotation charts, to organize groups and more. Easy-to-change, 1" x 6" labels can be cut to any length and can be written on with a wet- or dry-erase marker (wet-erase pen included). Six each of five colors: green, yellow, orange, blue and red.


  • Easy-to-change labels can be written on with a wet- or dry-erase marker
  • Can be cut to any length
  • Includes wet-erase pen
  • Six each of five colors: green, yellow, orange, blue and red
  • Measure 1" x 6"


Place on the front of students’ desks as a visual reminder for students involved in pull-out programs. Use the different colors to code specific activities.

Use the six colors to code parts of speech.

Great for vocabulary words, spelling-list practice and word walls, too!

Label each magnet with a student’s name. These “name magnets” can be used for a variety of classroom management tasks:

Draw a vertical line on a magnetic surface. Label one column “in” and one “out.” Have students place their magnet in the appropriate column upon entering or leaving the room.

Use a similar concept for lunch count. Create enough columns for your lunch choices (hot, cold, salad, etc.). Have each student place his/her magnet in the column of their lunch choice each morning.

Create a chart on a magnetic surface to designate learning center stations and/or small-group units. Place the student magnets into the group or center in which you would like them to participate.

For behavior management: Create a three-column magnetic chart - “appropriate,” “watch” and “time out.” Move student magnets into the columns as necessary.

You or the students can use the magnets to chart progress through long-term projects such as keeping track of books read, writing improvement, term papers, etc. Create a chart with goals appropriate for the project. As the student completes each goal, they move their magnet up!

Calloway House Logo

Special Notice

Due to technical difficulties our phone system is currently down.  Please email us at service@callowayhouse.com and we will respond as soon as possible.  Thank you for your patience!

Memory usage: real: 19660800, emalloc: 19038832
Code ProfilerTimeCntEmallocRealMem