Rue got an awesome art easel for Christmas and it’s been her favorite toy ever since.
We didn’t have any dry erase markers when we got it so we started her on the chalkboard side since we had a lot of chalk.
One day I had the idea to let her paint on the white board side and since then, we’ve also used regular markers on it as well. Washable markers and kids paint both stick to the white board nicely and wash off easily with a wet rag so we never went out and bought dry erase markers!
I love that there’s no paper waste it also teaches her a new way to clean up.
So save your paper for actual crafts and let them get endless hours of creativity out this way!