| > And when they start reading you can get the magnetic letters and words.
| We're already covered in those :-) ...
| Seen those words in a few kids places like www.letterbox.co.uk . Wonder
| could I diy some? hmmm.
There are make your own fridge magnet kits available from the places that
stock 10,000 different varieties of inkject paper, but it would probably be
cheaper to beg some offcuts of magnetic vinyl from a sign maker, they're
used for respositionable vehicle signs, and print your own (maybe on sheets
of sticky labels) and stick to the magnetic vinyl backing. You could also
use the magnetic vinyl in patches to make existing flashcards etc magnetic.