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Remember your Etch a Sketch. This classic toy was first produced in the 1960's, and has been enjoyed by millions. The classic red frame with the slate gray screen continues to be a favorite for generations.
Helps children develop fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and imagination! This classic Etch-A-Sketch will provide hours of pencil-free drawing. Nurture your little one's creativity with the ever classic Etch A Sketch. As if it weren't fun enough, this version's packaging features Buzz Lightyear and other characters from Disney-Pixar's film Toy Story. Get the classic Etch A Sketch featuring Toy Story packaging.
Care and Cleaning - Spot Clean Only Measures approximately 10 x 8 x 1 inches
Remember your Etch a Sketch? This classic toy was first produced in the 1960's, and has been enjoyed by millions and is now available in fun Toy Story packaging. Etch-A-Sketch is a pop culture icon around the world! Doodle, print, draw, then just shake to erase, and do it all over again!
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My 6 year old grandson opened the Etch A Sketch (which he had asked for repeatedly) and it worked for about an hour, then quit for whatever reason. Read morePublished 21 months ago by sbw
When I received this it was all scratched up... and if you use it and try to erase it you can still see all the marks made. Wanted to return it but too late. Not recommended.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great gift, it turned out to be a great gift. Showed up in great condition. i would this recommend again.Published on September 4, 2013 by robyn Whitead
Love the product, it came as expected (on time), and my grandson was over joyed. This was a birthday gift and I can always count on Amazon.Published on September 3, 2013 by Nancy Carlson
The Etch A Sketch is fine. It works as any normal one would, but it has nothing to do with Toy Story other than the box it came in. That is kind of misleading. Read morePublished on May 24, 2013 by Robert Preston Cronan