Kimberly says, “Geared towards little ones aged 3 and up, the Magnatab is a great tool if you feel your little one is ready to start focusing on forming letters and writing them out. By using the magnetic stylus, your child will be able to easily trace each letter, allowing the little magnetic balls to snap up and complete the letter they’re working on.” Read more at Natural Beach Living.
Love says, “I love how simple and durable Magnatab is, unless you spill orange juice over it you can easily wipe off the dirty spots with a wet napkin. It keeps my 2 1/2 daughter engaged for at least 15 minutes while she is sitting or laying on a trampoline or when she is waiting at her sister’s pool lessons. We love to bring it on a long trips because it is not messy and it only comes with two parts which are the board and magnetic pencil that attaches to the board.” Read the rest of her review at Munchkin […]
Jessica over at Pig & Dac hasn’t started officially started homeschooling yet, but she was excited to test out the Kid-O Magnetic Writing Tablet with her boys. She’s written a great review over on her blog, which is where you’ll have to go to read the full critique, but here is just a bit of her insight. “The idea is to take a multi-sensory approach to really help integrate and master the skill of handwriting…Overall I think it’s helpful in teaching him to write letters in a fun way.”