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Make Your Own Whiteboard

"You can make your own whiteboard by using a report folder with a clear cover (like this one, available for about $1 if you buy them individually).

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Put a piece of white paper in it and draw on the cover with standard dry-erase markers, then wipe clean! When my kids were younger I would use them for mazes, trace-your-name writing pages, counting activities, handwriting worksheets, and other activities that the kids needed repeat practice on."

Shared by Kinda Guide reader Tracey T.


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