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Here are a few things you might want to use alongside the bunny shape printable:
- A trustworthy printer is a must, to begin with.
- Next up, I’d suggest finding a laminator that’s easy to use. This is the one I’ve got at home.
- Laminating pouches to go along with the laminator are a good idea, too.
- If you’re not keen on laminating, plastic sheet protectors are a great option for standard-sized papers.
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If you ever want to share how you’re using my free printables in the classroom (or at home!), feel free to snap some photos to show me. Tag me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. I love seeing how other kids and teachers/parents are interacting with my creations.
If you’re looking to save time as a teacher (and really, who isn’t), I’d like to invite you to poke around Preschool Teacher 101. We’ve got a variety of member resources for early childhood educators over there, as well as individual plans and ideas.