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Crayola Color Wonder Sound Studio

by Crayola
3.7 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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  • Playback your picture
  • Use with any Color Wonder Paper
  • Add over 50+ sounds to each page!
  • Endless Combinations
  • Interactive drawing pad that brings creations to life with sounds!
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Product Description

Product Description

Crayola Color Wonder Sound Studio

From the Manufacturer

Creative Coloring Pad brings Color Wonder to life with sounds!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13 x 12 x 2.1 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B003P8FL1C
Item model number 75-2051
Manufacturer recommended age 5 - 15 years
Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank #131,205 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#7,528 in Toys & Games > Arts & Crafts
Customer Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
We've been Color Wonder fans for years and have seen products come and go. This sound studio is a neat twist, and I think we'll be keeping it for a long time. The package includes the sound studio drawing board, 12 color wonder pages with pictures, 6 blank color wonder pages, 5 mini markers and 6 sound cards. Each sound card has 10 different sounds with themes including city, jungle, dinosaur, music, farm, and beach; a nice, basic variety. There is also a storage place in the back for 5 markers (mini or regular sized).

3 AA batteries (not included) are required before beginning. Once the batteries are installed you place a drawing sheet of paper under the clips and slide a sound card into the top. Applying a sound to the board is easy, you just push and hold the sound you want until it plays, then place and hold your finger on the board where you want until you hear the sound again. You do have to press firmly, but the sound will stay until you remove it with the erase button. You can remove each sound individually or erase the whole board to start fresh. The different drawing sheets follow the same themes as the sound cards, so you can mix it up or use the card that applies to that themed sheet. It seems that other color wonder sheets will also fit from the spiral bound books or blank drawing pads which is nice. Expansion card packs in Toy Story and Princess themes are also available separately.

Overall we're pleased and I know this product will get lots of use. Pros include ease of use, encourages matching and using your imagination, works with other color wonder sheets and has two volume control levels (medium and loud). Cons include no storage for paper or sound cards. We'll probably end up using a small bag and using the clips on the front to keep things together.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
If you are familiar with Color Wonder, you will know that the advantage to these markers is that they do not mark anything but the Color Wonder paper. The disadvantage is that you need to keep buying Color Wonder paper.

What does Color Wonder Sound bring to the Color Wonder line? Well, it's a nice desk for the children to color on. It comes with five Color Wonder markers, 12 Color Wonder coloring pages, and six blank Color Wonder pages for freestyle drawings. Three AA batteries are required. They are not included.

Color Wonder colors take a little time to develop on the paper, which can be a little frustrating for youngsters who are used to regular markers. They may also tend to color outside the lines when they can't see where they are coloring. I notice the colors do show more quickly than they used to, which is an improvement.

There are six different sound cards with ten sounds per card. The child inserts a card into a slot on top of the desk. S/he picks a sound and then presses a spot on her picture to place the sound. There is a button to erase the sound, either from one position or the entire picture, if s/he makes an error. The sounds can be mixed and matched from among the cards. When the child is done, s/he can press different parts of the picture to play the sounds. If the sounds get too annoying for the adults, there is an option to choose between loud and soft. The sound does turn off after 10 minutes of inactivity to preserve battery life.

There's a spot on the back to hold the five markers but no place for the sound cards, and the papers are loose leaf. I store everything in the original box, but a self-contained unit would have been nice.

What do my nine and six year olds think? They both like coloring.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
My little one loves to draw (what three-year-old doesn't) and so when I saw this (and the added sounds, and the `Toy Story' additions) I snatched it up for her, since it had her name written all over it. Sadly, this just really doesn't stack up to anything remotely wonderful. I had high hopes, but this just doesn't deliver. Outside of serving as an easel of sorts, Color Wonder just isn't wonderful. My real issue is that the sound services provided don't work nearly as well as they should. In fact, it can be a complete pain to get them to work at all. So, when all is said and done, the main reason to flock to this new toy is kind of the biggest reason to leave it alone. My daughter still likes to use it, and I can't say that the Color Wonder paper is a drawback, since the idea that she can scribble and not mess up my carpet or her clothing is something I love, but with the way that kids WASTE paper, it can become a major money pit over time. I also didn't like the fact that you can't store the sound cards on the board somehow. It just seems like a recipe for lost pieces.

I wouldn't spend money on this.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Over-Complication-itis. The medical condition where marketing people try to extract too much revenue out of a brand by creating fuzzy derivate products that stray away from the core brand intent. Think New Coke.

Crayola is about simple, affordable childhood fun. Coloring on a piece of paper, exploring your 64 crayon pack.

Unfortunately the Crayola Sound Studio suffers from Over-Complication-itis. The sounds while coloring are unnecessary and distract from the childhood simplicity of coloring. Combine that with batteries, special paper required, and subtleties of use that can be confusing for young children and this product is not simple, not affordable, and not that much childhood fun. I've found that my daughter seems to enjoy her $1 old school coloring books more.

Without change we would have no progress, but not all change is progress. Crayola is a good brand but they missed on this product. Now pass me a blank piece of paper and the Burnt Sienna from the 64-pack please.
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