Put a new spin on arts and crafts play with the DigiArt Spirals & Sounds toy. This interactive art board comes with four animal stencils and five gears to help kids make spiral patterns that can be incorporated into their artwork. A marker is also included.
The art board recognizes when the different stencils are inserted by playing animal phrases, fun facts, sounds, and music. In drawing mode, kids simply pick one of the five gears, place it in the center of the animal stencil, and use the marker to roll the gear inside. A spiral shape will start to form and kids will hear different responses as they roll. Press the sound button to hear more.
For music as kids draw, switch to music mode. There are 20 built-in melodies. Press the sound button to switch between them.
Pick a different gear for another spiral shape, or remove the stencil and draw around the shapes you've created to make an artistic scene.
Everything stores on the art board when playtime is over.
This will definitely engage kids in creative play. Because the stencils are held in place, it's easy to make the spiral art, and kids will be encouraged to use their imaginations to turn those spirals into picture frames, food, flowers, or whatever they can imagine as they continue to draw and color.
The DigiArt Spirals & Sounds toy is for ages 3 to 6, and will be a creative way to engage preschoolers in arts and crafts play.
Paper is not included. You can use letter-size paper.
Two AA batteries are included for the in-store try-me features, so we recommend replacing them before you play for best results.
You'll probably want to add more markers to this for more color options.
2 AA batteries required
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