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Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center

Updated on August 25, 2010

Crayola Dry Eraser Activity Center

Crayola activity center dry eraser board with markers.
Crayola activity center dry eraser board with markers.

Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center

 Crayola Activity Center is a dry erase board which is a condensed version of those large teacher dry marker boards that you might remember being taught on (Side not for older people like me the chalk board was what we were taught on and I can just remember the teacher throwing a chalk board rubber at my head for day dreaming!)

The board itself is a hand held one and one that is durable enough for it to last, so long as they don't throw it at walls because they don't like it. Kids can learn all sorts of things by using this from simple drawing to practicing writing as they go on their school journey with learning to write letters of the alphabet.

The dry eraser markers that come with the activity center are the ones to use as others are not recommended as other customers have reported that the ink will not come off easily, so always when possible use the markers that was meant for the activity center.

The activity center comes with an eraser which comes in handy if your child makes a mistake or draws something they don't like, in fact kids seem to like this as they can make decisions as to whether they like the drawing or the writing that they have done and so they know where to improve on their art or handwriting.

My two kids love dry eraser boards, although my daughter had an activity center one a couple of years ago that we bought her, she prefers the super cheap ones that you can buy for notes, you know the ones in the kitchens or even in offices.

As usual, compare the prices of the activity centers from Crayola as you may find a bargain....

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Crayola Activity Center Dry Eraser Board

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      robertsloan2 7 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      My grandkids have a double sided easel with dry erase board on one side and chalkboard on the other. They both love it and write and draw on it constantly - they do get a kick out of erasing. These are great toys, they encourage kids to actually do something instead of just watching something.