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My oldest is learning to write her letters and will go through a stack of paper in a day if I let her. 
To save on paper I decided to make a dry erase board that she can practice on and then erase and start over whenever she wants to. 

I started by cutting a piece of cardboard (one side of a cereal box) to the same size as a standard sheet of paper. 

I sliped the cardboard into a plastic sheet protector. I placed a blank sheet of paper on one side of the cardboard and a handwriting sheet on the other side.

Then I added some duct tape to all four sides of the sheet protector.

And voila... DIY dry erase boards. 
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