Wednesday, August 27, 2008

WFMW: Reusable Worksheets or Checklists

When the little ones are practicing handwriting, addition & subtractions facts, or multiplication tables, print out a worksheet (such as these math worksheets or these handwriting worksheets), or create your own. Then, slide the paper into a page protector and give your kiddos a dry erase marker or grease pencil. You can easily wipe the page protector clean using a dry erase eraser or soft cloth once they are done and reuse it over and over! (They could also use a Sharpie and wipe clean with a bit of alcohol, but I'm not brave enough to allow my little ones to use Sharpies!) This is also a good way to reuse a shopping list or to-do list.

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3 comments:

Wani said...

Thanks for sharing! My 3yr old isn't ready for math just yet but we'll be using the tracing paper!

Crafty P said...

Great Idea! thanks for sharing the websites and tip!

one day in the life of me said...

I love that idea?