Magic Whiteboard {Review}

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Do your kids love to play school?  Mine do!  My oldest daughter is also a HUGE list maker.  When my girls play school, they use TONS of paper.  While we do recycle our used paper, magazines, and junk mail using our community’s Paper Retriever, I always feel a little guilty about their not-so-environmentally friendly play habits.  While I don’t think they will totally give up their paper using ways (my little loves to make “books” too much!), I recently had a chance to review a Magic Whiteboard Letter Sheet, and the girls have taken over its use!

 

The nice thing about the Magic Whiteboard products is that you can move them anywhere!  We rent our home,  so we try to avoid putting nails or tacks into the wall whenever we can.  The nice thing about The Magic Whiteboard sheet is that it can easily be moved from surface to surface.  It just clings to any basically smooth surface with no need for any kind of adhesive.  No holes in the wall!  Plus, my daughter likes it because she is able to move the Magic Whiteboard letter sheet from room to room.

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The other morning my daughter had the Magic Whiteboard hanging in her bedroom, with a list of things that she needed to do before school written out on it.   A few days later they had it in their playroom.  So having the ability to move the board around was really a great feature.

The white board marker that came with the Magic Whiteboard wasn’t super dark, but the letter sheet works just as well with other white board markers that leave a darker mark.  All in all, my girls have had fun with the Magic Whiteboard letter sheet.

 

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Comments

  1. That’s a pretty cool product! I think that would be fun for long car trips – draw and erase. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Ooooo I love it! We use a whiteboard all the time, but we have to carry it. I have been wanting to find one where I could attach it to a door or just outside the door to give them reminders. This just might be it!

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