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Practice math facts in style! Use recycled CD’s along with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to create a spectacular classwork or homework helper.
Trace a recycled CD on a piece of Crayola® construction paper. Cut out the construction paper circle with Crayola® scissors. Use a Crayola® glue stick to attach the construction paper circle to the printed side of a recycled CD.
Trace a recycled CD on a piece of clear plastic adhesive. Cut out the clear plastic adhesive with scissors. Peel the backing off the clear plastic adhesive and place over the construction paper side of the recycled CD. Write your name or draw a picture on the covered construction paper side using Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons. Dry-Erase Crayons wipe off easily from clear plastic adhesive.
Measure and cut out 4 narrow strips of construction paper. Attach the narrow strips of construction paper in a "V" shape at the top and bottom of the shiny side of the recycled CD with a glue stick.
Use glitter glue to decorate the narrow strips. Allow to dry completely.
Use Dry-Erase Crayons to write math facts and the E-Z Erase Mitt to wipe off. Practice your math facts by writing a math sign in the top "V" area. Then write a number on each side and write the answer in the bottom "V" area. Change the math signs and numbers over and over again. Younger children can take the added step of drawing dots to help them figure out the answer.
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