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  1. idea for writing on popits: piece of paper with tape over it or something laminated and then attached with adhesive

  2. Rachel lara says:

    Nothing sticks to silicone but silicone. This means that only silicone ink can be used to print on silicone rubber wristbands or any silicone part. There is a silicone ink but it’s commercial made for industrial uses. Other than this, any writing solution you find for the popits will be purely temporary. So, for those looking for how to write on their popits, best to look at getting a premade.

  3. Hi
    I’m really interested to know what you used to write on the Popits
    I purchased keyboard pop its and spent ages (5 sets) writing all the letters on only for it to come off within seconds of students using them. Was very annoying

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so sorry! That is very frustrating. I have been trying all sorts of permanent markers to try and solve this problem. So far, I haven’t found one that works well. I’ll update the post when I do find a solution!

  4. Thanks for all the great ideas! What do you use to write letters on the pop its? I used sharpie and they are coming off when my students use them.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I have tried Sharpies and other paint pens. Unfortunately, none of them have stayed on permanently. If I find a solution, I will be sure to share!

  5. Meredith Rockwell says:

    Did your sharpie stay on the popits ? Kids used and it rubbed off on finger not only leaving dirty finger but the letters were gone

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so sorry! Yes, mine eventually rubbed off, too. I’m still trying to find a product that stays on!

  6. Beth Steese says:

    Thanks for teaching me some new ideas. My classroom loves these.

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