Ornament Moves Steps and Skips

Ornament Moves Steps and Skips

Today’s post is a Christmas worksheet to review steps and skips. In addition to printing this, it works well downloaded on a tablet because all the student has to do is check the correct answer.

If you print this, I suggest you make one copy and either laminate it or put it in a page protector. That way you can use a dry erase pen and re-use the worksheet with each student.

If you are a teacher who laminates worksheets, here is a great hint I learned from another piano teacher recently!

If the ink stays on the worksheet very long, it becomes hard to erase.  All you need to do is wipe it with a cleaning pad such as the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser or a similar product. You do not need to wet the cleaning pad. This works great for all those hard to erase laminated worksheets and labels.

However, please do not try this on your  white boards, because I’m sure it will ruin them. Limit using the pad to your homemade material that can be reprinted if there is any damage.

[Disclosure: I am not affiliated with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser in any way, and only recommend it because it is a handy tip.]

 

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8 thoughts to “Ornament Moves

  • Rhonda

    I found a new marker to use, Expo Vis-a-Vis Wet Erase. It’s not just for overhead projectors anymore! It says you can use it on Laminated items. I love them, much easier and comes completely clean. If you have your item sealed around the edges, I just put under the faucet and it washes right off, then dry it. So easy!

    • Susan Paradis

      Thanks for the suggestion!

  • Brecklyn Ferrin

    Thanks, Susan! What a cute worksheet. And thanks for the laminating tip–I don’t know why I never thought of that before!

  • Carina

    Dear Susan,

    what a beautiful worksheet! Do you think you´d have the time to make a German edition? I could help with the words…

    yours Carina

    • Susan Paradis

      Carina,
      I can make a German version. Just send me the correct German wording!

  • Sara

    Thanks for the printable! I’ve started using the dry-erase crayons rather than the markers as they don’t stain my laminated worksheets.

  • Milla

    Thank you so much, Susan! I use Mr. Clean sponges on my laminates, but sometimes I still have to wet them to make it work.

  • Barbara

    Thanks, Susan. This is so cute; quick and seasonal!
    Also thanks so much for the tip about the Magic Eraser. I have a laminated page that I used a red marker on and now it’s permanently pink! I can’t wait to try Mr. Clean on it:)

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