Make Your Own Magnetic Write On/Wipe Off Letter Board


Make your own magnetic letter board, that is also dry erase! Have fun with literacy centers, learning letters, reading and writing. This is an easy, DIY  project, that only takes minutes, You and your kids or students will love how engaging it is. Learning letters and reading just became more fun!

Are you a teacher needing a quick literacy center idea? Or a parent needing a fun and easy way to help your child with reading and writing? Then look no further, because I have the cutest, and simplest DIY project for you. The good news? It'll only take MINUTES to create, and will be loads of fun. Here is a look at the finished project:

Make your own magnetic letter board, that is also dry erase! Have fun with literacy centers, learning letters, reading and writing. This is an easy, DIY  project, that only takes minutes, You and your kids or students will love how engaging it is. Learning letters and reading just became more fun!

The supplies I used are: 
1. A cookie sheet (I found one for about $3 at Walmart).
2. Dry erase tape--I got this fun blue color at Target.
3. Button magnets.
4. These letters printed out on your favorite color of cardstock (you can click on the image to download, or find the PDF {here}):
Make your own magnetic letter board, that is also dry erase! Have fun with literacy centers, learning letters, reading and writing. This is an easy, DIY  project, that only takes minutes, You and your kids or students will love how engaging it is. Learning letters and reading just became more fun!


Make your own magnetic letter board, that is also dry erase! Have fun with literacy centers, learning letters, reading and writing. This is an easy, DIY  project, that only takes minutes, You and your kids or students will love how engaging it is. Learning letters and reading just became more fun!


Once you have all the supplies, go ahead and cut four strips of the dry erase tape to fit on your cookie sheet. The tape is easy to remove and re-stick, so don't sweat it, if you don't get it positioned right the first time. 

Once the tape is on, cut out your letters. Use a glue gun to attach the letters to small button magnets.

That's it! You are ready to write. Use a dry erase marker to write on the tape. 

This activity can be used to practice letter matching, writing and building sight words, or even writing sentences. Good luck and have fun!

Watch the video tutorial below:


                                           
                                                                (Music by Ben Sound)



Make your own magnetic letter board, that is also dry erase! Have fun with literacy centers, learning letters, reading and writing. This is an easy, DIY  project, that only takes minutes, You and your kids or students will love how engaging it is. Learning letters and reading just became more fun!






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