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  • Matthew Schuchman

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!! Dry erase traceable letters..Great for restaurants or on-the-go!

  • Danique Linden

    Dry erase traceable letters..Great for restaurants or on-the-go to teach your kids to write letters

  • Sheila Coppi

    Dry erase traceable letters..Great for restaurants or on-the-go. Or a writing center!

  • Sarah Peirce

    Dry erase traceable letters...great for restaurants or on-the-go!... so smart to put it in a name tag holder!

  • Nikki Stalvey

    Dry erase traceable letters..Great for restaurants or on-the-go! Good handwriting practice.

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