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Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons and Sheet Protectors



Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons easily wipe off sheet protectors. I don't recommend using crayola dry erase crayons on dry erase boards. It takes a lot of work to rub the crayon off and smudges are left behind.

Dry-erase markers work best for dry-erase boards. I love using dry-erase markers for teaching children, but I get nervous about leaving them alone with the markers. Dry erase markers leave permanent marks on whatever they touch.

I can leave my children alone while using dry-erase crayons without worrying about marks being made on clothes, chair cushions, tables, or carpet. I have fallen in love with dry-erase crayons and sheet protectors. I think you will love them too.

Dry erase crayons and sheet protectors make learning fun and economical.

Slide in a blank sheet of paper for writing practice. Wipe off writing with the material mitt that comes in your crayon box or cut-up an old sweatshirt to use as an eraser.



Slide a copy of a story or poem inside a sheet protector and let a child underline or circle words and letters.

Put a sheet protector over a page in a book to underline or circle words, letters, spelling patterns, or phonograms.

Use your workbooks more than once by sliding it inside or covering a page with a sheet protector.

You should be able to find dry-erase crayons and sheet protectors in many of your local stores. Here are some links from Amazon to browse through. I am an Amazon Affiliate. I make a small percentage from anything you purchase from Amazon when you access Amazon from my site.






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3 comments:

Sarah said...

Oh my goodness Michelle! I have been living out of the country for too long! Dry-Erase Crayons!? I'm going to have to stock up while I'm home this summer!

Thanks for sharing!

The Book Chook said...

Such a simple but useful idea!

Hazel Nut said...

Great idea, love love love it!