Or Doodle Pro, whatever the hell they're called now lol..
It says ages 3 and up but has anyone bought one for a child under 2?
I think my LO would enjoy it. I'd much rather that than giving her crayons and markers!
Just trying to gather a bunch of ideas of things to get her. I cant think of much. I dont want to get her a bunch of random toys, I want to get her something she would be interested in.
She's patton's age, right?
I think she'd enjoy it just fine. We let Patton play with one in wal-mart to test out whether or not he'd like it and he loved it. I think we may get him one for christmas.
I think the reason it says 3+ is the shapes. And honestly they will probably get lost. I would get one, but without the attachments.
My daughter is one, and plays with her brother's all the time.
My kids have one- they love it, but we took away the smaller magnets...
my daughter has one. it's a dora one, and it has the shapes too.
she loves it so much. she loves the shapes the best. but i moved out for a while ( i moved back to my parents house) but i had 3 roommates. and 1 of them was SOO immature. he seriously took all the shapes off of her dora doodle board and threw them inside the fan and ruined them! WTF? why the hell would someone do that?? he is 19 years old! that was my daughters favorite. she was so mad when she went to play with her doodle board and her shapes were gone.
omg how immature.
but anyways yeah she loves/loved it. she was always coloring on it, and wants to take it everywhere with her.
she's 2... well, she will be 2 in EXACTLY one month from today (lol) .
so yeah, it's a good gift for a 2 year old.
I got one at a yardsale for my boy to see if hed likd it, He actually scribbles with it, everything else hed just hid crayons, markers ect
I got one for Emilia(around 20 months at the time) that didn't have anything but the attached pen and the writing surface. It is awesome for car trips, she loves it.
My daughter has had one since she was about 15 months old. It is awesome for fine motor skills! She can hold her pencils better than some of my students [who are 5] and I believe it's because she's been using her "doodle pad" so frequently. She's almost two and a half now.