My First Crayola Touch Lights combines art and music for kids 24 months and up. Specially designed for little hands, this compact, interactive unit provides a multisensory way for toddlers to draw and doodle with colored lights on the touch pad. The touch pad's soft gel surface feels like real paint but won't make a mess, and the triangular shape of the stylus guides little fingers into a proper writing grip. And since each colored light is accompanied by a different musical tune, toddlers will enjoy discovering new sounds as they create. My First Crayola Touch Lights takes three AA batteries (not included).
My First Crayola Touch Lights can be used on the table, on a lap, or on the floor.
Mess-Free Finger Painting
With its touchable, reusable surface, the Touch Lights pad introduces kids to the joys of creative activities. They use the bright yellow selector button to choose a color, then place their fingers directly on the touch pad to activate the colored lights and create squiggles, doodles, and free-form shapes. The soft gel surface has the feel of paint, but comes without the drips, splashes, and mess, so toddlers experience the fun of finger painting and you can skip the cleanup.
Stylus Promotes Proper Grip
For more structured drawing or writing practice, toddlers can use the included stylus on the touch pad. The stylus has a triangular shape that puts little fingers in the proper tripod writing grip to encourage healthy development. When your child is done for the day, convenient storage keeps the stylus ready to go for next time.
Add Music to the Mix
When your child uses the yellow selector button to pick a color, they also choose one of six unique musical tunes to play while they scribble. This incorporates sound into their lighted drawings for a multisensory experience. Sounds can also be turned off for quiet-time creative play.
Compact and Portable
My First Crayola Touch Lights has a compact design that kids can place on the floor or on their laps for comfortable play. For on-the-go fun, they can tuck the pad under one arm and carry it with them to Grandma's house, restaurants, and more.