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Dry Erase Once Again...


I must try this.  What a great idea.  I get tired of always using paper; copying worksheets.
 This is fabulous!  Thank you.

2/13/13 update: 
So, I tried this...and it worked fine with some dry erase markers. Others were permanent. I guess you need to check each marker before passing them out....

The kids did like using the plates and markers to practice drawing different music symbols.  But I don't think I will use them again. 

I also use sheet protectors over a worksheet -this idea works better.  More on that later.

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