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The filmer cuts out a rectangle from the top of the lid and then cuts out four cardboard rectangles, slightly larger than the plastic cover.
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They then fasten each corner of the plastic rectangle to the cardboard using metal thumbtacks and hot glue.
Finally, they draw clear outlines of shapes, numbers, and words using a Sharpie and rectangular strips of paper.
After sliding the short end of the paper between the corresponding end of the makeshift mini dry-erase board, all you need is a washable marker, and the DIY dry-erase board is ready for little ones to practice writing and drawing!
“Great idea! *runs to recycling to get the strawberry case*,” commented one user.
“GENIUS,” said Even Stevens star Christy Carlson Romano (@christycarlsonromano).
“Thanks y’all for always finding cheap ways to have fun or education for our kids,” mentioned one grateful viewer.
Fun and educational activities don’t have to break the bank. A trip to the local arts and crafts or dollar store can reap big benefits for your wallet. Plus, DIY projects are a great way to bond with your child while helping them flex their creative and cognitive muscles.
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