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  • Jennifer Cevallos

    Toddler printables

  • Sara

    An interesting idea with contact paper over

  • Britny Bounds

    Make a Dry Erase Letter Board | Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts

  • Natalie Hodson

    With this project you'll be able to let your toddler color over and over again on the same piece of paper. Click on one of the links below to print either a letter or a shape. Then put some contact paper over the paper and let your little toddler color on top with some non-toxic dry-erase markers or crayons. You can wipe it off with a paper towel and then let her color it again!

  • Caitlin Burgin

    Print letters/numbers/shapes/whatever onto card stock. Laminate or cover with contact paper for reusable coloring and tracing. You can use dry erase markers or crayons.

  • Ericka Soileau

    Awesome website with fun games, activities, learning, and more...all for toddlers. has lots of printables

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    I'd travel a lot easier too if I had a nice, cushy spacious seat like that! I'm assuming this isn't "economy class" ;)

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