Kids will love to get creative with drawing and numbers with this Scribbles black/whiteboard! Endless fun!
• 2 in 1 - 565mm x 565mm Blackboard & Magnetic Whiteboard
• 2 x Paper Holders
• Full Chalk Tray
• 12 pieces of Coloured Chalk
• 1 x Duster
The Scribble Black/White Board has been a very welcome part of my daughter's art supplies. Purchased for her second birthday by one of the Nanas, it arrived as a flat pack. It was very easy to put together. You just slide some pegs into the right holes and the tray is held in place. With the tray there, the legs are held out at a good stable angle. Then the magic of art can begin.
My daughter favours the blackboard side, and loves to spend hours in her room creating new drawings. I'll get the call, to come and see or take a photo if it's deemed too wonderful to forget. The duster has seen better days but its taken a real bashing. Near constant use for hours on end, and it's only just (4 years on) truly too caked up with chalk to be much good. The picture hooks were only pushed on with double-sided tape stuff. So these didn't last long at all, but then they never got used even when they were there.
The whiteboard part is neat. It is fairly easy to use and to clean as well. Plus with it being magnetic, she can use the fridge magnets and all the number and letter magnets I have bought to help her practice her spelling for school. This is a great product and one I would happily buy again. I'm considering it in fact for my littlest girl, since I doubt big sister will part with hers.
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