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  • Danique Linden

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

  • Gavin-Kristina Croft

    Dry erase traceable letters great for handwriting practice for Kindergarten!

  • Sunnye Forrest

    Dry erase traceable letters. Great for writing center or restaurants/on-the-go (in future)

  • Carissa Hughes

    Great idea! :) Name tag holders for practice writing. Dry erase traceable letters.. Perfect for K and 1st grade reading centers

  • Bethany-Justin Mooneyhan

    Dry erase traceable letters. Great idea for travel. :-)

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