Aug 21, 2012

DIY DRY ERASE MATS + FREE DOWNLOADS

I spent the good part of a day making little dry erase sheets for Elliott to color and write on and thought "Hey! Why not make them a download?" So that I did. Of course, I'm not including the one that has Elliott's name on it, but you could easily make that one yourself. Just download the one(s) you want, print them out on card-stock and get them hard laminated. Oh, and the markers are washable dry erase markers I picked up at our local craft store. After that you are good to go! Elliott has loved his and I hope your littles love them too. They're fun for not so littles too (hence the last picture). Clean up is so easy. Just wipe it with a wet paper towel, or by my preferred method, just rinse them off in the sink. Enjoy!

Click on the links below to download:

Hexagons

Train

Triangles

House Scene

Alphabet + Number Practice


9 comments:

  1. Where do you get them laminated?

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  2. Pricey? Wonder if Staples does that too?
    Thanks :0)

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    1. It was only a few dollars. Totally worth it :)

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  3. I have a laminator at home. Do you think that would be the same quality to do it myself?

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  4. I have a laminator that I just purchased at Costcos yesterday. This is worth it. Totally a great investment.

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  5. What is the Brand of your Laminator La Tonja? I am in the quest of buying one and can't decide which to buy!
    I need it for my homeschooling needs.
    Thanks for sharing
    Mim

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  6. You could also buy individual laminating sheets, put them in page protectors or cover with Contact film.

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  7. You can buy a Scotch Thermal laminator for around $25 (I got mine on Amazon). The laminating pouches are then very inexpensive at Sam's Club or whatnot. I'm going to put a bunch of laminated worksheets in a zippered binder with dry erase crayons for my two year old to use on our plane trip. :) Thank you for these printables to add!

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