Elmo is one of Sesame Street’s most famous characters. Elmo made his first appearance on Sesame Street on November 18, 1985. Elmo’s big smile and infectious laugh earned him his segment on Sesame Street — first Elmo’s World then Elmo the Musical.
Promote Learning With Elmo:
This dry erase wall decal of Elmo is a great addition to playrooms, bedrooms, classrooms and more! Pairing Elmo with educational activities can spark creativity and encourage learning. The Elmo dry erase board helps to make learning fun for kids, so they won’t dread doing assignments.
The Elmo Dry Erase Whiteboard:
Because this Elmo dry erase board is a wall decal from Fathead, it is so much easier to put up than traditional whiteboards — you just peel them off the sheet and stick them on the wall. You can move and reuse them anytime and they won't damage your wall. They go up in just minutes too. Plus nothing will spark creativity like reading it in Elmo’s voice.
Materials and Uses
What It’s Made Of: This Fathead Jr. Wall Graphic is a high definition image made of tough high-grade vinyl that’s tear and fade resistant, so you can be assured your eye catching Fathead will stay strong. And if the thought of taking down your Fathead makes you tremble, worry no more, because it uses a low-tack adhesive that can be easily moved and reused without any damage to your wall. As if it couldn’t get any better, your Fathead comes with free separate smaller images (made of the same stuff) to go with your awesome new wall graphic.
Suggested Uses: We know once you’ve got your brand new, authentic Fathead, you’ll be so excited that you’ll want to stick it to the first wall you see. But stop for a just a minute and make sure you apply it to a clean, smooth, interior surface, your Fathead loves them and you’ll love the way it sticks. We recommend putting it somewhere where everyone can see it since there’s no better way to tell everyone you’re a fan. Fathead Juniors are the perfect fan decor for smaller spaces such as doors, fridges, windows, desks, tables, dorm rooms or any other interior area with a smooth, clean surface.
Where Not To Stick It: So we’ve told you where to put your Fathead but we haven’t told you where not to. Fatheads do not like textured or bumpy surfaces, it may stick at first but it will likely not stay there for very long. Lastly, you don’t want your Fathead to stick to itself becuase your Fathead will not let go without a fight.
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