Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Dry Erase worksheets

I made my own Dry Erase Worksheets so my daughter can learn to write her letters.

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They have the Upper Case Letters on one side and the Lower Case Letters on the other side.

All I did was open a new document in a program called Gimp but you can use Photoshop or something similar.  I made it 8.5 x 11 in size.  Then I used digital scrapbook papers (star one) or papers I had that I scanned into my computer (flower one) as the border.  I went on the internet and did a google search for the letter worksheets and pasted the picture in the center. 

I printed the picture onto white cardstock paper.  Then I used Glossy Laminating Sheets to cover them.   You don’t have to use dry-erase markers as I found the Crayola Washable Markers worked great too.

 Picture 183

I’m going to make another set but put her name on it.


Sweet TN Biscuits said...

I absolutly love this idea! Smart momma:)

Randi said...

What works well also is just putting the sheets in a sheet protector. That way you have the option of changing the sheet as they grow or get bored.


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