With God, all things are possible
My printer is now a heaping pile of junk. YES.  Although it is time to get another, the budget says otherwise.  So, to be creative, and to provide fun educational worksheets for both my preschool and kindergarten children, I decided to put all the worksheets in sheet protectors and place them in a notebook.  Yes, a notebook.  Sheet protectors are far less expensive than buying ink, paper and of course a new printer, and you can get dry erase markers (4 of them) for $1.00 at the Dollar Tree.  The children enjoy using the dry erase markers in the workbooks that are full of preschool and kindergarten reading, math, and writing worksheets. PLUS, I can use the worksheets over and over again with other children. 
I wish I had thought of this sooner, and I am almost certain I'm not the only person that has done this.  As a matter of fact, while at the Dollar Tree I picked up two dry erase educational workbooks for preschool and kindergarten aged children.  If you have ideas to share for saving money, and making learning EASIER... PLEASE... I'm begging you to share!  :D 

God bless,
The Constant Cooker

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