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The Megasketcher measures roughly 45 cm x 30 cm (18 in x 12 in), with the magnetised "screen" taking up most of the surface area. A magic "pen" (attached by a piece of string to avoid losing it under the sofa) allows children to draw, scribble and write, while the four magnetised stamps add a different dimension to youngsters' designs. Once a composition is complete, or if one too many mistakes has been made, simply pull the eraser lever up and down and, hey presto, it wipes away the redundant drawings.
The premium screen of this much loved classic allows budding artists to draw clear, crisp pictures. The pictures magically disappear with a sweep of the screen eraser. The Megasketcher pen draws thin lines and four shape stampers are included to inspire their artistic creativity. Recommended for ages 3+.
This kind of drawing aid has become a firm favourite, thanks mainly to its ability to be used over and over again, no matter how many mistakes are made. Not suitable for children under three years old due to safety restrictions, the Megasketcher is a fun, practical way of developing artistic awareness, creativity and fine and gross motor skills in children above that age. Perfect for long car journeys or rainy afternoons, this is a toy that will provide hours of play value--a must-have for every creative tot. --Lucie Naylor
It's a bit stiff to clear the board, and the pen wasn't attached, other than that my daughter loves it.Published 7 days ago by Lisa
My boys love drawing and constantly finding ink and colour marks on wall and furnishing had me going insane. The Feltips would dry out and crayons were found broken too often. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Parveen
Returned straight away. Drawing marks are faint and grey. Erasing is difficult and has to be done several times to really get the screen clean.Published 18 days ago by SJ
Bought this as a gift for a 2 year old boy as a birthday gift, from what we know, he played with it .... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Dheeraj S Rathore