Once I got off the phone, Leelee asked, "How did you not know how to do this? I do it in class all the time."
Apparently, they write on their dry erase boards with sharpies then remove the sharpie instead of paying attention to the teacher.
Still, it was news to me on how to do this...so maybe it's a new trick for you, too.
I'm really quite embarrassed by how completely awful her easel looked. She had it in her room and found Danger Girl's school supplies. Little Miss didn't show me her art until it wouldn't come off.
The trick to getting the Sharpie off, is to use a dry erase marker. Simply
It took me less than 5 minutes to clean up this disaster.
Isn't that great? A five minute fix for removing Sharpie from a dry erase board. Too bad it takes longer than 5 minutes to remove Sharpie from pre-schoolers.
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