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What do you get when you combine Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and a plastic box fun? Turn a sturdy plastic box frame into an awesome tracer to enhance learning.
Provide each student with a plastic box frame, Crayola Construction Paper Crayons and several pieces of construction paper. Ask students to remove the cardboard insert from the plastic box.
Invite students to decorate the sides of the cardboard insert with Crayola® Construction Paper. Trace the sides of the cardboard insert on different colors of construction paper. Cut out the construction paper with Crayola® Scissors and attach to the sides of the cardboard insert with a Crayola® Glue Stick.
Have students look around their classroom and find something they might want to trace. Students place that figure or shape, trimmed to fit the side of the plastic box frame, inside the box. This could be a geometric shape, letter formations currently under study, animal outlines, etc.
Students use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to trace and color pictures, practice writing letters, math facts, or drawing shapes. When they are finished, display it or wipe it off with the E-Z Erase Mitt and do it again. Paper towels can be used in place of the E-Z Erase Mitt.
Create a 3-D braille chart simply with Crayola® School Glue, Markers and paper.
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