Tools For InteractionThe SMART board is durable and should be used as an interactive tool for the students and teacher in the classroom.You can use many different things to interact with the board as long as it does NOT have a sharp surface or leave a markExamples: Plastic SMART pens, finger, pointer, tennis ball, knuckle, koosh ball, etc..Do NOT use:
- Dry Erase Markers
- Permanent markers
- Sharp writing instruments such as ballpoint or fine-pointed pens, which can damage the surface if they’re applied with heavy pressure.
- Adhesives (tape, sticky notes, sticky tack putty), because removing the tape can damage the top layer of the writing surface.