Projector Light Designer Review (Crayola)

What It Is

The Crayola Projector Light Designer lets kids project their own drawings onto a ceiling or wall. The Projector Light Designer's basic unit has a light plate and a lens, and kids can use the six included ReColoritz markers to draw on the included clear plastic disks. When you're happy with your drawing, place it on the light plate making sure to secure it under the clips, turn it on, and you can project your drawing on the ceiling or hold the unit in your hand to project the drawing on the wall. Your image will appear as much as 20 times larger. You can even layer the disks to add dimensions, color, or anything you can imagine for your drawing. When you're done, the markers store in the unit, and the plastic disks wipe clean.

Is It Fun?

This is engaging, creative activity play that has classic appeal and is just the kind of thing that kids love to do. It's virtually mess-free and easy and satisfying for kids to play with.

Who It’s For

The Projector Light Designer is for ages 6 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

The Crayola Projector Light Designer took us five minutes to assemble.

It requires four AA batteries, which are not included.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    4 AA batteries required