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Where To Buy Laminated Words, Letters Etc

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
I am currently teaching my daughter letters and her name and could do with getting her name laminated along with the rest of the familys so that she can sort through them and find her name. Any ideas where i could get this done? thanks very much
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
you can buy the posters at £ shop and cut the letters out?
[helper]#2
Why not just write the names on card?
#3
write some on card then cover with that see thru fablon type stuff :)
#4
thanks might just do that x
#5
you can pick up a laminator in asda for £13 - very addictive - Ive been laminating everything!
#6
thanks

**Tinkerbell**
you can pick up a laminator in asda for £13 - very addictive - Ive been laminating everything!
#7
http://www.communication4all.co.uk/http/PhonicsWeb.htm

this link takes you to a site I use at school (teacher) and can print off flashcards for sounds etc bu cannot personalise names.
#8
thanks again
#9
mummy24
thanks again


if you want I could laminate the alphabet (+ extra letters) and post down to you for you to cut out?

Need to know asap
#10
You can buy adhesive laminate on a roll, used it loads of times. Just cover both sides and trim.

Alternatively what about the magnetic fridge style letters and either use the fridge or get an A4 size magnetic board.

Edited By: greg_68 on Feb 18, 2011 08:29
#11
thanks will pm you

Disco
mummy24
thanks again
if you want I could laminate the alphabet (+ extra letters) and post down to you for you to cut out?Need to know asap
#12
thanks

greg_68
You can buy adhesive laminate on a roll, used it loads of times. Just cover both sides and trim.Alternatively what about the magnetic fridge style letters and either use the fridge or get an A4 size magnetic board.

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