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make a dry-erase book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com

NO SEW busy book - lots of velcro, foam board, card stock & some felt. Chipboard book found at Michaels for $3 just yesterday. ;)

Thinking I could adapt this for 1st grade...get a variety if activities, put them in pocket protectors - when students finish all their work they can get the binder & use a dry erase marker so they can erase & put it back for the next person. Could make 4 or 5 binders to have in the classroom for early finishers

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My First Recipe Book - Free Printables

Such a cute gift idea! My first recipe printables for the little one's very first recipe book.

No sew I-Spy bag. You BET I'm making these for the kids. I love the idea of having a picture of the things to find so I don't have to whisper each thing to Wren in church!

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Dry Erase Activity Books

SUPER fun & easy Dry Erase Activity Book! Perfect for home and on the go. Using dry erase markers or crayons, they can use it over and over and over again! | Free Printable included!!! | simplykierste.com

Printable template for a Mr. Potato Head quiet book. @ Pins for the Home : The Cutest Home BlogPins for the Home : The Cutest Home Blog

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Road Trip Activities: Traveling with Kids

Road Trip Activities: Traveling with Kids - The Idea Room