We report an easy and scaleable approach to produce single and double layer graphene (Gr)-sheet from re-exfoliation of expanded graphite (EG) with large area. Transmission and scanning electron microscopic observations show that the Gr-sheets have an area of ~ (12 x 10) μm2. Raman spectroscopy has confirmed the presence of single and double layer Gr-sheet with I2D/IG ratio as ~ 1.7. Scanning probe microscopy studies reveals that on re-exfoliation of EG, thickness of Gr-layer decreases from 6-7 nm to 0.8-1.1 nm. This infers that re-exfoliation overcomes the problem of insufficient oxidation or inadequate pressure buildup during heat treatment.