Boogie Board eWriter Only $19.99 at Costco (Includes Wall Mount)
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Each Boogie Board has an LCD screen so you can write on it just like a pen and paper, erase with the touch of the button and it doesn’t need to be charged! It features blank, lined, checklist, square grid, dot grid, and calendar templates. This set also comes with a stainless steel stylus and cleaning cloth.
See what our readers have to say about Boogie Board eWriters…
My nine and six year old each got one of these for Christmas last year. They got the ones that write in colors though. You can’t control the color, it’s just a rainbow type writing instead of the green pictured above. They enjoy drawing on them & I like leaving them notes on them. Great to use in the car or at restaurants.
We used these when traveling a few weeks ago on an airplane. They were great and we even were able to share them with another child on the plane. Easy to draw on, play tic/tac/toe, practice reading and writing. These are always in our travel bag.
Boogie Boards have been a complete lifesaver while traveling with our girls (ages 10 & 8). It makes them be creative without a smart device, and doesn’t result in 500 papers! If you are on the fence, but this thing!!
As a school-based therapist, I LOVE these! I use them as reinforcers when working on handwriting with my kids. They work knowing they can use it. I was at Costco but forgot to check them out! I’ll be making a return trip.
My daughter loves to draw, and she was always asking if I had spare paper and a pen on hand in my bag. This was a great way for her to always be able to draw. We got it maybe a year or two ago, and it still works great!
We use these every week for my kids practice spelling tests…. they’re perfect for it!
We keep ours in the car, it’s great entertainment for my kindergartener.
I have a classroom set of these and my students beg to use them! I teach 11-12 year olds. I’ve heard there’s a YouTube video on replacing the battery.
I keep one in my diaper bag just in case we go to eat and they don’t have something for him to color. Also, he loves playing with it at home and in the car too.