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May 06, 2015
Making Your Own Dry-Erase Boards

Kids love to write and draw on dry-erase boards, and it’s easy to make some yourself. Print out sheets of letters or numbers or shapes, and cover completely with clear contact paper. Using non-toxic dry-erase markers or crayons, your child can practice tracing letters or numbers and coloring on them. Afterward, you can wipe off with a paper towel.

 
 

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