Fun with Dry-Erase Markers!

Who needs dry-erase markers?  I've got paints!

by: Diane Flynn Keith
posted: March 26, 2005

If you have some dry-erase markers you can have some fun with your little ones while they develop coordination for handwriting skills.

Did you know that in general, dry-erase markers can be used on glass and mirrors -- and can be easily cleaned off? Well, it's true. Of course, before you get started with these activities, test the surface you will be using.

Just put a dot of color from the dry-erase marker on an inconspicuous edge of the object. Then, take a damp cleaning rag and remove it. If it comes off, it's safe to use that surface to have some coloring fun. Here are some ideas:

Use all of these ideas to have fun learning with your little ones!

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