Your question about my "magnetic wall" makes perfect sense! I am actually very lucky because, of the four walls in my classroom, two of them are steel (magnetic), one is all bulletin boards, and only one is the dreaded cinderblock. The steel walls are great because I just attach business card magnets to the back of everything I put on those walls.
If you do not have steel/magentic walls in your classroom, you could always use part of a dry erase board (if you have one on a wall in your classroom), or you could attach some sort of self-adhesive material to the back of each tile. I often use different self-adhesive materials from office supply stores to post things on the cinderblock walls in my classroom.
I hope one of my ideas works for you. The tile wall really does add a neat touch to a classroom!
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