Magna-Doodle Art

Did you see last week's post about organizing your child's artwork? It's a great solution, but what about the 3D projects or other creations we can't slip into a sheet protector?

My daughters LOVE the magna doodle. Do yours? It is so fun to be able to draw and erase and draw and erase over and over again. But there's one major problem with that. You can't keep their creations forever!

I've solved that problem by taking an upclose picture whenever they draw something spectacular as well as one that shows them holding the magna doodle (so I can remember who drew it). Now, I can just print off their pictures, either as 4x6 or 8x10 and slide them into their art binders.

The same goes for those incredible towers they build or the amazing chalk drawings on the driveway. Just snap a photo, print it out and slide it in.

Problem solved!

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Hi! I’m Cheri and I’m so excited to be blogging with you! I am a stay at home mom with 4 little girls and one little boy, with another baby girl on the way. We have a third grader, first grader, kindergartner, 3 year old, and 18 month old. So, I guess you can say life is pretty busy. But my heart is even more full than my hands, and I wouldn't change a thing. Like my post? Please comment.
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One Response to Magna-Doodle Art

  1. Sunny says:

    I also like the unspoken suggestion here of using other paper for the Lite Brite and pre-decorating it. Sounds so “duh” now, but I never thought of it before!

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