I am regularly asked what are the best products to use to assemble my products. So I thought the best thing to do would be to offer my recommendations of tried and tested supplies.  


Texet A4 Laminator

I have had a couple of these Texet laminators and they are great value for money. If you are looking for a budget laminator for occasional use then this is the one for the job.


A4 laminating pouches 

I have used these laminating pouches for years. They are 150 microns and come in a pack of 100, so they will last you a while.


Hook & Loop Dots

These self-adhesive hook and loop dots are perfect for assembling your child's worksheets. I found these to be very sticky (much better than Velcro branded dots). And you get 1000 dots (500 loop and 500 hook) for the price you would normally pay for 500.


A4 Punched Pockets 

If you do not want to have to purchase hook and loop dots you can always use a lot of my products by placing the printed sheets inside punched pockets. You can then cut out each piece and place it on top, without the need for adhesive dots. You can also use a dry wipe pen on these pockets, and then wipe them clean.


HP Printer Paper

I have always found this paper to be great value as well as high quality. Quality 80gsm office paper for everyday copying and printing.


4 x Drywipe Pens

These wipeable pens come in a pack of 4. They are great for the tracing sheets, tracing flashcards and maths pages. With a simple wipe with a damp cloth or a baby wipe, your worksheets will look like new.

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