A Cowboy's Life: Magic Sketch Review + Giveaway

Magic Sketch Review + Giveaway

10:35:00 AM

Kids are drawn towards technology. How can we blame them, when it’s all around them? As much as my son enjoys playing on his tablet, I try so hard to limit his time each day because I want him to use his own imagination - not let a screen do it for him.

That’s why I was so ecstatic when I was introduced to Magic Sketch. Magic Sketch has a flexible, transparent LCD screen and is water resistant!
Magic Sketch comes with the following:
  • Magic Sketch 
  • Protector Guard 
  • 1 Roller 
  • 3 Stamps 
  • 20 Learning Stencils 
  • 20 Games Stencils 
  • 20 Art Stencils 
Kids can draw, write play games on it and then with a push of the button the screen clears. To use the stencils, all you have to do is slide one behind the screen and it stays in place.
My son especially enjoys the letter tracing and the multiple maze games. Plus it looks just like a tablet and children can use their imagination to draw or play what they want.

Looking for a great Christmas present or toy for you little one? Skip the electronics and purchase the Magic Sketch and let your child draw out his imagination. You can order it online for $29.95!

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Disclosure: I was given products in exchange for an honest review and blog post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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21 comments

  1. I would give a magic sketch to my kids! They would love it!

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  2. I'd love to give this to my niece.

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  3. I wish they had these when my children were little. What a fun way to learn.

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  4. I would give this to my nephew. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. This is so cool! My toddler would love it!

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  6. Looks like a fun educational tool.

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  7. I love it!!! It's an updated of a classic toy that would be perfect for kids of all ages. I'd give it to my best friend's kid for Christmas. When they visit me they have to drive a little over an hour... so he would love playing with it on the rides down.

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  8. Tried to comment 3 times. Wondering why it isn’t showing. I would give it to my grandson.

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  9. I would give this to my daughter! she loves drawing!

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  10. I'd like to have this for our grandchildren.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. So cool! I would use in my classroom

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  12. I would give it to my daughter.

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  13. I would give this to my 3 year old who wants to be like her older sisters and learn to write and draw.

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  14. It would be perfect for my kiddos! :D

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  15. omg this would be perfect for my kids! I have an 8 yr old and 5 yr old that I teach at home and my oldest has developemental delays and this would help him so much.

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  16. Oh I would love to give this to my nephew with autism. I think he would really enjoy this, and would be easy enough for him to use.

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