|Brand Name||Melissa & Doug|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||5945|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5945|
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Melissa & Doug Scratch Art Rainbow Mini Notes (125 ct) With Wooden Stylus
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- Jot notes, etch doodles, and make cool illustrations and designs
- Includes 125 Rainbow Mini Notes and a wooden stylus
- Bright colors hide beneath the matte coating -- use the wooden stylus to reveal them with a simple scratch
- Reusable "desktop dispenser" box
- Easy to use, amazing results
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Creative kids can jot notes, etch doodles, and make their own exciting masterpieces with Mini Scratch Art Notes. Includes 125 Rainbow Mini Notes, a wooden stylus, and a handy "desktop dispenser" box to keep it all organized.
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They are wonderful because they are so cheap for the amount, and entrance rowdy children. I mostly use them in the last 5-10 minutes of class after clean-up from an intense project. The kids focus their energy on these immediately and calm down, ready to move back into their regular studies. They also work great as rewards.
They only come with 1 stick for the 120-something sheets, so if you are using these in a classroom you will need to order additional styluses. Some packages have a variety of color schemes, and some packages have sheets with only red, green, and yellow on them, which bums out some of my kids who have seen the more colorful ones. I've ordered about 10 of these cubes in the last few months and half of them had many colors, and the other half were of the red, green, yellow variety.
These were purchased for the child with a 5 minute attention span. These are perfect, each mini work of art takes about 5 minutes. She just keeps coming back to them. This makes this a BIG DEAL toy/art at our house. The apparent best part for her seems to be that they, wonderful things they are, also come in a "custom" dispenser box.
I imagine I will be purchasing MANY MANY more of these.
Tiny con: It can get a little messy if she uses several sheets in a row. When she writes, the black comes off as if you're scratching a lottery ticket. Not a big deal but thought some might like to be aware.
My only complaint is that the colors don't change nearly as frequently as advertised. 1 was almost entirely purple with a little blue... it seems like 1/3 of them are that bland.
Melissa & Doug, splice tighter rainbows please!
There’s a nostalgic factor for us adults who remember elementary school art class projects using scratch paper, and our four-year-old loves creating her masterpieces.
Hey, we even have a few cards found by the dog who scratched some of his own works of art!