The Magnatab is a wonderful learning tool that provides an immersive, early writing lesson. Explore creating letters and numbers in a sensory-reinforced activity that allows children to process information and develop understanding through their eyes, ears and fingertips. Following the directional arrows, use the magnetized pen to trace over the letters or numbers and the beads will pop to the surface with an audible click revealing the shape. Press them back down with your finger or the pen and start over. Made from the highest quality materials, the magnet never comes out of the pens and the balls are completely self-contained and stay securely in the board. The engaging Magnatab is ideal for kids to use on their own as they learn their ABCs and 123s and master the art of penmanship.
With the Free Play Magnatab let creativity be your guide. Use the stylus to make your own unique designs and creations. Let your imagination run free and reveal your inner artist as the magnetic pen brings your art to the surface.Kid O Toys, the leader in contemporary developmental and educational toys, makes learning look like child’s play. Dedicated to child enrichment through toys that promote and nurture creativity and discovery, we make toys that are designed to delight and engineered to endure. With open-ended play that engage young minds, set imaginations free and celebrate a child’s innate brilliance. At Kid O, safety is paramount. Always PVC, phthalate, BPA and lead free, our toys are tested by independent laboratories and conform to all US and European standards.
The magnetic stylus is your pen, the bead board your paper, your finger the eraser as you use your imagination to draw, design and create
Explore your creativity in engaging, sensory-reinforced play; the stylus brings the beads to the surface with an audible click revealing your creation
Push the beads down with a finger to erase and start over; the beads are completely self-contained and do not come out of the board
Made from the highest quality ABS, the new design (July 2015) improves performance and increases child satisfaction