My son looked at up me and said "Maybe this is a magic marker, or maybe I'm just magic!"
Everytime he uses the Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center, he comes to me showing me what he's done. He is so proud of himself learning to write new letters and growing his writing skills. But, it wasn't love at first sight.
When I first showed him the box, he was skeptical that this was going to be fun. My 5 year old has never been a huge fan of coloring or writing, and I think he knew I had an agenda. I want to help him refine his fine motor skills before Kindergarten.
Together, we opened the box and got out the 4 dry erase markers, eraser and activity sheets. Everything fits snuggly into the sturdy case, so it's easy to keep it all together. There are a bunch of different templates that come with the activity center. But, you can also create your own templates and slide them under the plastic.
This is perfect for my son because he can trace over his name or words over and over again which is building his self esteem. Once he's comfortable with tracing a letter or word, he can do it independently without having to use the template.
I feel like he has learned more about writing in three days with the Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center than he has over the past year. He's so excited about learning new letters and his confidence with his writing skills has sky-rocketed. I think it's more than magical!
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