Magnetic Chalkboard & Dry Erase Learning Board and GIVEAWAY

Can you even believe that it is almost time to send the kiddos back to school again? I am teaming up with a few other fabulous bloggers to show you our ideas to survive back to school season and be able to celebrate it in all of the awesomeness that it truly is!

Awesome Back to School Ideas

 

 

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Back to school means something totally different when you have a child who isn’t in school yet. Just because my daughter doesn’t go to school yet, doesn’t mean I don’t want to spend the time teaching her and let her make her own discoveries. That is why I chose to make a magnetic chalkboard and dry erase board that can be used as a learning center for all kinds of learning activities.

Magnetic Chalkboard and Dry Erase Learning Board on www.girllovesglam.com

 

To make your very own learning board, you need…

How to make a learning board for toddlers on www.girllovesglam.com

*Cookie sheet

*Chalkboard vinyl, dry erase vinyl, blue outdoor vinyl, and red outdoor vinyl from Expressions Vinyl

*Paper cutter

How to make a magnetic chalkboard on www.girllovesglam.com

Cut a piece of the chalkboard vinyl to the size of the cookie sheet. Stick the vinyl to the cookie sheet.

How to make a magnetic dry erase board on www.girllovesglam.com

Cut the dry erase vinyl as the same size as the other side of the cookie sheet and stick the vinyl to it.

DIY lined dry erase board on www.girllovesglam.com

Cut the blue vinyl into little strips and stick them onto the white board.

Lined Dry Erase White Board on www.girllovesglam.com

 

These are the lines to write on so they need to be spaced apart enough to write on.

Lined magnetic white board on www.girllovesglam.com

Cut the red vinyl into little strips and cut those strips into smaller sections. Put those red pieces in a line in the center of each of the sections. Now my daughter can practice writing on this dry erase board that can easily sit on her lap.

Magnetic Learning Board on www.girllovesglam.com

She can also draw on the chalkboard and play with all of her Pre K learning packs that she has. They can easily stick on the cookie sheet because it is magnetic. You can find tons of these Pre K packs on my friends blog, Over the Big Moon.

Now for an extra special part, a giveaway! Expressions Vinyl is giving away one lucky reader a $100 gift card. To enter, use the widget below…

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Good luck! For even more fabulous ideas using vinyl in so many ways you could ever dream of, check out the Expressions Vinyl Blog too!

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for the shootout on our Pre-K Packs! This is such a GREAT idea! My kids have just used the sheet pans plain! Pinned and sharing on our FB page!

  2. Awesome post! I love chalkboards. Can’t wait to try this and draw a menu of all of my healthy meals on there! 🙂

    From your whole foody!
    Janie Lynn

    http://www.myover-allapron.blogspot.com – recent post: DAIRY-FREE VANILLA PUDDING
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  3. Brilliant idea! I included this in my 41 activities for Pre-K. Thanks so much for sharing!

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