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Many of you have asked when the dot sticker pages will be complete… so here you are! You might notice that some of the pages are different from their originals. I improved them and worked to format them so they are more uniform. As I have time I’ll be updating the original posts to include these printables.
What can you do with dot sticker pages?
We like to use round office stickers to fill in the dots.
Do-a-dot markers are also popular.
If you’d like to make the pages reusable, laminate them (we love our laminator!), punch holes in the pages, and store them in a binder. When you want to do one, take it out and use round office magnets on a magnetic baking tray. We also like pom poms hot glued to small magnets. Small round candy and cereal work too!
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