Reusable Activity Book

I saw a cute quiet book on Adventures of a DIY Mom and decided to make my own.  I printed some activities I thought the kids would like from First-School and Kidzone.

I laminated the pages and three hole punched them.  Then I put them in a 3 ring binder.  If you don't have a laminator, page protectors would work too. 

I bought some dry erase markers from the Dollar Store and cut a square of felt to use for an eraser.
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  1. We use laminated pages quite a bit. I'm hoping all four boys can get use out of our printables to save on ink and paper. Great idea about the felt for erasing, thanks!

  2. I did something like this awhile back too. A Kindergarten teacher gave me a HUGE stack of worksheets, so I made a notebook with various types of activities. I put them in page protectors though, so I could change them out easily for themes and holidays without using too many laminating pages.

  3. I've done this with page protectors, like Brittney - works great! Love your little felt erasers, too.

    Thanks for sharing with Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)

  4. Great idea to use a felt square for erasers! We often use tissues, but I will not get some felt. :)

  5. Yeah, this is a great idea and a 'green' one as well. Like the felt eraser as well. Would love it if you would share this at our Link It Up Thursday party going on until Monday.

  6. That's a great idea! So glad that you linked this to Things I've Done Thursday~

  7. Very smart! Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday!

  8. Great idea! Pinning

    would love it if you could share this on my link party



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