5 Dry Erase Busy Bag ActivitBag Ideas

Today were sharing links to some of our favorite dry erase busy bag ideas. Our kids love anything involvingdry erase markers! Ive enjoyed finding new dry erase activities to keep the kids learning and having fun.

Our kids love I Spy activities, so when we combine I Spy and dry erase markers they are extra happy!

To makethis free I Spy printableinto a busy bag we printed one copy of the I Spy page for each of our kids. We printed them on white cardstock (in black & white), trimmed them to slide into the zip-top bag easier, and laminated them.

Updated 5/21/13:Thanks to Cindy we now have theseI Spy cardsall ready to be printed and cut apart. You can write in your own words if you want them.

Then we printed one extra and cut out the objects we wanted them to be able to find. I just picked ones that would be easily recognizable to our kids.

We glued these tiny little pictures unto squares of cut index cards (cardstock would work, too).Thanks, Mom!We left room under each picture to write what it is.

I still havent finished writing on all the cards, but I went ahead and laminated the ones that were finished so the kids could start enjoying their new busy bagits a hit!

Our kids can play this I Spy game together or individually by drawing a card and then circling the correct picture on their I Spy mat.

We love theseWriting Skill Cardsfrom .Scroll almost 3/4 of the way down. The link to the free download is at the very end of the description.

We printed the writing skills cards on white cardstock and laminated them for more durability. After you cut them out, you can punched holes in the corners and placed them all on a book ring. We didnt do this because we often dived the cards between our toddler and preschooler.

Our kids use washable dry erase markers to trace the lines (from left to right) and then erase their writing with a small cloth rag or a sock that has lost its match.

Right now, Jonathan (4 yrs old) is the main one using these cards, but recently Eliya (2 1/2 yrs old) has started showing interest in them as well. Depending on your childs fine motor skills this could also be a helpful activity into Kindergarten.

I recently found this wonderfulfree printable of large capital lettersfrom ABC Jesus Loves Me. Jonathan struggles with writing, so these larger letters will help give him a boost of confidence.

I love that they show where to start and stop with green and red dots!

Scroll down until you see the picture then click on the word print.

By the way,any tips for teaching left handed childrenhow to write correctly?

We used thesesmaller sized alphabet pagesfrom Erica @ Confession of a Homeschooler to make another busy bag.

Emahry, our kindergartner uses this busy bag to practice writing capital and lowercase letters as well as numbers 1 through 9.

I lovethis websitewhere you can make and print free handwriting practice pages. Emahry has one with her full name, our home address, and our cell phone number in a busy bag. (I have found that this website is sometimes not compatible with Google Chrome, but it seems to always work with Internet Explorer.)

What are some other dry erase activities that could be made into a busy bag?

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I cannot find the link to the Writing Skills Cards help, please!

Hi! I am trying to find the link for the free download of the large yellow tracing letters but the only thing that seems to be available is purchasing an entire 3 year course? Did this change and its no longer available? Thanks!

Allyson Thank you so much for sharing the ABC Jesus Loves Me writing printables. I wanted to let you know that the link has changed with the release of our new website. If you dont mind, please update the link to

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Hi! I love these ideas and I cant wait to make them. One question tho. Do you laminate them? And if so, do dry erase markers wipe off easily on them? Ive heard they might not so Im considering getting wet erase markers. Any advice would be helpful! =) Thank you!

I laminate them and my kids use washable dry erase markers. Sometimes if a mark is left on for a long time it can be difficult to remove but rubbing alcohol usually helps for the stubborn marks.

Hello! Wonderful and useful activities. Some of them I can use, but some of them I need in Russian. Which programm do You use to do worksheets?

Hi, found you on Pinterest. Trying to find the link to print the Writing Skills cards and I cannot find one. Help, please and thanks!

I just contacted the owner of that site to try and find them. Ill let you know if she gets back to me. If not, maybe I can create something similar.

I love SO many of your ideas for teaching preschool; however, many of the links you provided now bring up errors. Do you have a copy of these ideas to share?

I just updated the large tracing alphabet link. Im still working on tracking down a new link for the writing skills cards.

Do you sale these wonderful busy bags that already made? I would like to buy them from you. I work at a preschool/toddler classroom and dont have the time ti make these. Please help! 🙂

No, I dont sell pre-made busy bags. Its a great idea, but with my own 5 children ages 6 and under I have my own preschool at home 🙂 Maybe you could have parent volunteers make up some bags for you?

For the I Spy game, I typed out the words on two different templates (8.5 x 11 and 8.5 x 12 for those who want to use a trimmed piece of scrapbook paper). If you want the MS word (.doc) version so you can change the words, e-mail me so I can give it to you. I printed mine on scrapbook paper that has a different color on each side so that it would be easy to differentiate the front from the back. When Im done adding the photos, Ill scan the pictures and words so that someone can easily print the file, laminate, and cut the squares out.

This site is very helpful for getting the righter left?tools for lefties. As a lefty in my thirties, I really wish these products had been available when I was little. Hope they help him!

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think its a linking issue. Ive tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the same outcome.

I love all your busy bag ideas! I cant wait to make them!!!

My oldest is a lefty and so am I. One thing I noticed right away is all the workbooks designed for learning how to write your letters are incorrect for lefties. I found a great letter formation guide (.pdf) and information at I also purchased a left-handed writing guide placemat that helps line up the paper and hand so theres no hooking and less of a mess at I hope these help! Theyve helped us. My daughter is in kindergarten and her teacher didnt even realize she was left-handed until I mentioned it. She said she didnt notice because her print was so clear.

Thanks for stopping by and for the lefty information 🙂

We have done this at the preschool I work at but the dry erase marks do not wipe off completely. Any suggestions?

Have the marks been left on the pages for a while or do they still leave marks if you wipe them off right away? You can always use a towel with a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol to get off stubborn marks, but we havent had any issue with the washable Crayola dry erase markers.

love all of the ideas u have on here. the moms group i am in have been talking about doing a busy bag swap so these templates are awesome. even more so though, responding to the left hander!! I myself am left handedits kind of a lose lose situation. Many left handed people have the upside down thing-u know where they twist their wrist completely and almost write from above where they are writing. I do not-I hold my pen/pencil w 4 fingers and not your typical 3 (I pretty much use my ring finger as a second thumb!) but I do write at a normal spot on the paper. It literally took me 15 years to figure out how to write from above the paper and not let my hand touch the paper. When you let the side of your hand touch the paper the ink smears and you end up with the side of your hand all dirty. I dont think their is a right way to write as a lefty! Watch and make sure he is holding the pen/pencil/marker correctly but that is about as far as you can go with that. And for that they have those things that slide on over a pencil to make them hold it correctly (I think I slid mine back off the pencil!) Hope this helps and isnt too confusing

Thank you for your suggestions, as a righty teaching a lefty, I need all the help I can get 🙂

Thank you, for doing that! I thought it was me, lol.

For some reason, I cant get that handwriting practice page thing to work. I have firefox, I made sure I had the latest flash, but still nothing. I can type in my print, but when I try to print the sheet, I one get student name, date and the advertising blurb/website info at the bottom.

I just tried it again myself and the site seems to be having issues. Id try again later to see if they get it worked out. Sorry I cant be of more help.

Your son looks great doing his letters! I have heard that turning the paper helps them write, but I dont have any experience with left handed kids. Thanks for sharing at Moms Library!

I love the I-Spy idea. It would be perfect for our busy bags at church!

Great idea! For church it might even work better to cut apart the little pictures and glue them in a random order of several index cards. Then laminate the cards. Your child could work through one card at a time with far fewer pieces to drop and lose 🙂

I love that idea! You can hole punch the top corner of the index card and use the small binder clips (round notebook style clips) to attach them together or even the the front of the I spy page then there is less chance of then losing them.

Your left handed child does not have his paper slanted correctly. Think about how you would slant yours as a right-handed writing and slant his the opposite way. From the picture it looks like he has a good grip but his paper is wrong. That causes lefties to get the hook which is so unfortunate. Just a suggestion.I am an elementary resource teacher. I also have a mom who is left-handed and a young son who is left-handed. Check out the left handers website (there are a couple of good ones)you can order a lot of great tools. Get him his own special LEFT-HANDED scissorsmakes a big difference! My mom and son were so excited because they found a left-handed store in Downtown Disney over Spring Break. 🙂

Thanks so much for the information! Weve angled his paper the right way and that seems to be helping. Were still working on his grip. He can do it, but normally forgets and uses a fist grip. When I remind him he does it correctly. The grip has me a little baffled since he typically displays good fine motor skillsone of his favorite things to do are puzzles!

Ill definitely look into the resources available for leftiesI had never thought of left handed scissors.

Love this idea, thanks for sharing and for sharing all these other great sites.

I take activity books apart and put mazes, dot-dot-dots, shape tracing and other activities in a special dry-erase notebook. The word searches can be adapted for non-readers by using them as Letter Searches. Seasonal/Holiday pages can be rotated in and out of the notebook easily too.

Ive also laminated pumpkin shapes and let them draw faces on them.

Great ideas! We also have dry erase books that are made of various workbook pages. Last Christmas we did a seasonal dry erase busy book for a long car ride and the kids really liked it. I like your idea about drawing faces on pumpkins. I think I need to make a fall themed dry erase book for our kiddos!

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25 Restaurant Marketing Ideas How to Market a Restaurant

The competition among restaurants is fierce, and youll need to give your all to be successful. Were helping you out with 25 restaurant marketing ideas and strategies that promise to help you improve your business and get attention from growling stomachs everywhere!

If youve ever logged ontoInstagram, youll understand that food porn is alive and well.

Arguably the very best way to promote your restaurant online is with high-quality, drool-inducing photos. Visual content is in high demand online these days, and having delicious looking photos on your website and across various social media outlets is essential for drawing hungry eyes.

Consider hiring a pro to take some top-notch photographs, or try it DIY style with your smartphone. Be warned though taking really great food photos can be tougher than it looks, as lighting is often a key factor. Learn more about snapping your own A+ food photos in thisGizmodo article. Some nice advice inthis Udemy postas well. We have more ideas to boost your businesshere.

Partnering up with online food apps should definitely be a consideration as part of your restaurant marketing plan. Partnering with online apps encourages visitors to check out your restaurant through gamification andcustomer loyalty programs, which offer visitors a free purchase or discount for visiting a certain number of times.

Popular foodie apps that offer integrated loyalty programs include:

You could also kick it old school and hand out punch cards. They arent quite as cool as apps, but they still show that you value customers and appreciate their loyalty!

Yelphas tremendous power in the restaurant industry, and having a strong backing of positive Yelp reviews is like having a flock of golden geese reviews from Yelp can do wonders for your business. Ive written an entire blog post devoted tohelping you get more Yelp reviews, so peruse that at your leisure.

The most important thing to understand about Yelp is that people can andwillreview you,even if you dont set up an account. For that reason, as a restaurant owner you should absolutely be proactive and dress up your Yelp account so it worksforyou, rather than against you.

This means adding as many details as possible, such as:

Do your best to add as many details as Yelp will allow.

The other big thing to keep in mind when it comes to Yelp ishow you handle feedback. Its great to thank Yelpers for their review, whether positive or negative.

If you get negative feedback,always answer in a polite, professional manner. I have a whole section in myComplete Guide to Yelppost about how to handle negative reviews, but the nutshell version is to always play the gracious host.

If youre responding to the negative review publically, thank the reviewer for the feedback, apologize for the incident, and promise to improve in the future. You may also want toconsider contacting the reviewer privately for more informationabout any negative incidents. Some business owners offer to send gift cards to Yelpers who have had less than favorable experiences, hoping to get them back in the door for a second chance. Ive seen this work in favor of many businesses, as reviewers are often flattered at the consideration shown and are more generous in their critique knowing the restaurant owner values their opinion and is working hard to improve.

Setting up your restaurants Google+ account is as important (heck, maybe even more important) as setting up your Yelp account. Heres why:

When you search a business within Google,Googles Knowledge Graphprovides the businesss details in the sidebar. Googles Knowledge Graph gathers a large chunk of its info from Google+, so having your business set up on Google+ is a huge bonus, as having your restaurant appear via Googles Knowledge Graph allows for more prime search real estate (for free)!

Also encourage visitors to review you on Google+, as Knowledge Graph loves to aggregate Google user reviews.

For most restaurants, local is the name of the game.Mostfolks are looking for good eats close to home, and youll get the most value out of your online marketing efforts by investing primarily in geo-targeted ads.Geo-targetingads help you save money, ensuring that only users in certain cities or within a specific radius see your ads (eliminating non-relevant clicks, which can cost you big ad bucks).

Many online advertising services, from Google AdWords to Facebook and Twitter, offer geo-targeting ad options (at no extra cost). Be sure to take advantage of these handy targeting features to get your best ads in front of your best customers.

Having a strongInstagrampresence is another semi-obvious (but too important to ignore) restaurant marketing tip.Use Instagram topromote your business best visual content.

Show off your storefront, get up close with your top dishes, and use this social media main stage as a place toplay around with your brand identity. For example, an all-natural health food store might try snapping pics of people kayaking, cooking, farming, or other activities you think your fan base will enjoy.

Also be sure tohave some fun with hashtags whether jumping on the hype of existing popularTwitter hashtagslike ThrowbackThursday or inventing your own, hashtags are a great way to have some fun with fans.

Instagram is a no-brainer for those in the food business learn even more aboutInstagram marketing here.

Remember, your restaurant newsletter doesnt have to be weekly in fact, users will probably appreciate a less flooded inbox if you simply send them a newsletter every month or so.

Use your email newsletter as a chance to celebrate your success, discuss new menu items, or share special discounts. Need someemail newsletter templates or layouts? No problem!

User-generated content(lovingly dubbed UGC) is a great way to develop personal and intimate engagement with users. Host a photo contest by asking customers to share their favorite meal at your establishment, and share the entries on a dedicated content page (and/or share submissions across your various social networks). Consider awarding some random lucky contestants with a free appetizer or other prize!

Hosting and promoting user-generated contentshows customers that you appreciate them, turning occasional visitors into die-hard devotees.

In an age of robotic customer service reps and soon to be self-driving cars, the human element is severely lacking. Show off your 5-star staff doing what they do best! Seeing happy, smiling employees does wonders for your reputation, as customers long to be served by joyful workers.

Showing off your pleasant employees also provides major reputation points happy workers say a lot about a business, and fans are sure to take notice.

Social media marketing strategies are an undeniable force in todays world. Pamphlets and delivery menus slipped under doorways simply wont cut it anymore.

Often, the restaurants with a strong social media presence as part of their restaurant marketing plan are the ones that fare the best, and in the competitive food industry, ignoring social media is a death sentence.

Of course youll want tocreate a Facebook business pageand aTwitter accountto share special discounts, exclusive coupons, photos of your newest dishes, and promote your own news accolades. But setting up your accounts is only half the job its also essential you keep up with activity happening on your social sites.

There are many great free and paidsocial media management tools a few popularfree optionsinclude:

HootSuite:A one-stop dashboard for keeping tabs on all your social media networks. Create custom streams, schedule posts, and more.

Buffer:Buffer makes it easy to find, schedule, and share articles across your networks. Staying active and posting valuable articles (that your fan base will enjoy) is key for social success.

Also check out this list of easyFacebook marketing ideasfor any type of business.

Another major restaurant marketing tip when youre mentioned in a news outlet or magazine, be sure toshow off your good publicity on your website and via social media. Fans will spread the word, and newcomers will be encouraged to visit in person when they see trusted sources celebrating your restaurant.

Google Alertsnotify you when your business name (or other designated keyword term) appears in a new piece of content on the web! This makes it easy to keep tabs on who is talking about you and your accolades. (If Google Alerts arent working for you, tryMention, another web monitoring application.)

Starting your own blog is a great way to build community and engage with your customers. Blogs offer the chance to experiment with your restaurants voice and personality. Share your successes and struggles, funny stories, recipes, and anything else you think might interest your customers.

A blog can be a huge project, but it doesnthaveto be.Keep your blog as simple or complex as youd like. You dont have to be constantly posting (quality over quantity), but its good to have your restaurant blog set up for when you have an announcement or news you want to get out to the world. If youre serious about taking over the world, check out moreblogging tipshere.

When youre a new restaurant, you may find it difficult to generate reviews and hype about your business. One great way to get reviews and press on the web is to invite food bloggers to your restaurant to give you a try, and consider offering a free meal or appetizer to get them in the door. Politely ask if theyd be willing to review your restaurant and share their experience online.

You cant outright ask for a positive review, as that would be dishonest, but its fine to simply ask them for an objective restaurant review. Some bloggers might decline your offer, but the more you ask, the better your chances are of getting some positive feedback and generating more interest online.

Some food bloggers have big followings, and getting their attention can have a huge influence on your restaurant. Even just one write up or mention from a major foodie can be a huge for restaurant promotion efforts. For more ideas,check out what weve come up with here.

Eaters love to do research online in fact,89% of consumers research a restaurantonline prior to dining. This is why its ofvital importance that all yourrestaurant details are online and up-to-date,including address, phone number, hours, your current menu, etc. The stronger and more accurate your online details are, the better.

Building your restaurants brand identity can have a big affect on your social media performance. Your goal should be to build you restaurants identity around your target customers.

Does your food target patrons who prefer healthy eating? Or does your restaurant have a more beer-and-wings kind of vibe?Understand who your target patrons are, then build your brand around what they are interested in. Reflect these interests on your social media platforms and in your promotional material.

Twitter can be a true treasure for restaurants, and timing your tweets can have a big influence on hungry stomachs. Try crafting and scheduling tweets at different times of the day to specifically target the breakfast, lunch, or dinner crowds (depending on your offerings).

Users love to do research online before ordering from or visiting your restaurant.Dont make users scramble to find your menu publish a high-quality, easy to read menu that is up to date and accurate. Not sure how? Some delivery sites like those mentioned below offer to publish your menu online for free.Open Menuis another great site that can help you get your menu looking sleek and stylish (it even offers some handy social integration, for both paid and free users).

Still, youll want to make sure to have your menu published on your website, since thats often the 1 piece of information users are looking for when visiting your site (along with hours, location, and contact info).

If you dont have a good menu online and available for customers, most of your other restaurant marketing strategies are basically useless! In this day and agecustomersneedto have access to an online menu, otherwise theyll simply look elsewhere.

In todays online-driven environment, ease of use is the name of the game. Many online delivery services streamline the ordering process, and internet-savvy patrons often love taking advantage of such delivery services.

Consider partnering with services like:

Some customers may even discover you for the first timethrough services such as these!

Providing coupons and discounts for your restaurant is always a surefire way to bring customers running. Offer a free dish to your new email newsletter subscribers (we can show you how to get more of those too).

Alternatively, you can try advertising a discount through Groupon or Living Social if you go that route, youll get a TONS of exposure, but youll end up paying a hefty portion of sales to the deal website, so keep that in mind.

One fine dining restaurant marketing idea is to consider signing up forOpen Table. Open Table is an online reservation tool that lets customers book reservations for your establishment online! Patrons love it when you make life a bit easier for them, and Open Table already has a base of loyal customers you can tap into.

Its predicted that this year, half of all paid clicks on Google will come from mobile!Restaurants are one the best candidates for mobile ads, as users are often looking for nearby dining options while on the move. Mobile ads tend to be cheaper than desktop ads, andmobile boasts impressive conversion rates.

Whats really cool is that AdWords allows for all kinds ofmobile customization and targeting optionsthat let you get the most out of your bids. For example, you can increase your bids around dinnertime, when users are often looking for fast food on their mobile phones. Boosting your bids during the dinnertime period increases your chances for showing up for a specific query. This means you could be the first ad to show up for a pizza search when pie-hungry users are on the search for a slice. If youre a restaurant marketer, dont miss out on digging into a slice of the mobile ad pie (were talking deep dish).

Let customers drop their business cards into a bowl for a raffle. The reward can vary a lunch for the winner and 10 friends, a 2-hour happy hour with discounted drinks, whatever you feel like!

Not only are these raffles fun, but you can also make use of those business cards by emailing customers. Let them know that while they didnt win this time, they can sign up for your newsletter to be notified of their next chance to enter, plus the opportunity to hear about discounts and other offers theyd enjoy. Then tadaa youve got yourself a bunch of super valuable new newsletter subscribers!

Starting a food truck isnt for the faint of heart its a tremendous endeavor and, depending on the kind of truck you want to buy, it can be very pricey. However, starting a food truck enables you to dish out your food to folks you might never normally come in contact with.

You can greatly extend your reach, build more press, and acquire new fans who might love you so much that they become patrons of your brick-and-mortar location as well!

Customers love to hear that theyre eating local, and sourcing local ingredients from nearby can do a lot to boost your fan base and give you a positive reputation in the community. If its not out of your budget, definitely consider this option!

How to Market a Restaurant [Summary]:

Hire a professional photographer (or DIY) to create beautiful photos that appeal to foodies.

Create a customer loyalty program, using apps such as Belly, LevelUp, LoyalBlock, or Perka.

Set up and maintain your restaurants Yelp profile thoroughly and politely respond to negative feedback.

Set up your Google My Business/Google+ account and encourage reviews.

Create geo-targeted restaurant ads with online advertising platforms like Google AdWords, Facebook, and Twitter.

Use Instagram to promote your restaurants best visual content.

Send an occasional email newsletter.

Promote user-generated content on your restaurants website. For instance, create a photo contest.

Show off your staff to humanize your business.

Monitor your restaurants social media presence. Tools like HootSuite and Buffer help.

Share any positive press your business receives on your website and social media.

Set up Google alerts for your restaurants name to keep tabs on whos talking about you online.

Start a blog for your restaurant. Share successes, struggles, funny stories, etc.

Reach out to food bloggers who might want to review your restaurant.

Verify the details of your restaurant like phone number, address, and business hours online.

Understand who your restaurants target patrons are and use it to develop a brand identity online.

Send out regular tweets. You can even schedule them in advance.

Make sure your online menu is sleek and functional.

Make use of online delivery services to get your food in the hands of hungry customers.

Offer coupons and discounts online, through your website or through services like Groupon or Living Social.

Set up online reservation tools like Open Table.

Use mobile ads in AdWords, since patrons often search on mobile devices.

Create a fish bowl business card giveaway.

Start a satellite food truck for additional exposure.

Source your ingredients from local vendors and farms. Patrons love restaurants that are a part of their community.

That sums up our restaurant marketing and advertising ideas. Hopefully you can put these restaurant marketing tips to good use!

Megan Marrs is a veteran content marketer who harbors a love for writing, watercolors,oxford commas,and dogs of all shapes and sizes. When shes not typing out blog posts or crafting killer social media campaigns, you can find her lounging in a hammock with an epic fantasy novel.

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