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July 09, 2014
The Magic of Tracing Paper

We’ve all used tracing paper for its basic purpose: to copy a picture or diagram. One method involves using graphite transfer paper and placing it between the image to be transferred and the surface it will be transferred to. Tape the copied image to the surface to hold it in place and then have your child draw over it with a dull pencil or stylus.

 
 

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