Sketch Pals™ Doodle Board are clippable doodle board characters that let your kids doodle while they’re out and about! Perfect for clipping on backpacks, lunch boxes or carry-on luggage. Kids can doodle with anything, including the attached stylus, a pen cap or even their fingernail. With the push of a button, the doodle board instantly clears itself. There are no erase marks or wiping needed! Available in several designs.
“This is a reusable sketch/writing pad that can be completely erased with the push of a button. The fact that they are surrounded by an adorable character (who each have names), increases the cuteness factor ten fold.”
“This is such a great product. They are incredibly portable and include a clip so they can easily be attached to a bag or backpack. The pad comes with an attached stylus which decreases the likelihood of losing it. The stylus is attached by stretchable spring-like plastic. There is a designated hole that makes it very easy to store the stylus. The pad is only about 3 inches, but with the surrounding character it’s about 6 inches in total.”
“The best part of this product is that vanishing picture at a push of a button. The quality of your drawing looks very similar to real paper and pen. The lines are clear and crisp. At the touch of a button, (that is strategically placed under the bug’s smile), the entire pad is wiped clean, readying it for a new drawing.”
“We have taken these guys with us everywhere, and they have held up great. The pad is reactive to the stylus with zero lag time. The stretchable plastic that holds the stylus hasn’t lost its original shape, even with lots of pulling on it. The bug character is made of what feels like a soft plastic or silicone, and wipes clean very easily.”
“My kids love these things. We have mostly enjoyed using them in the car, or at restaurants. They play endless games of tic-tac-toe and hangman which makes the time waiting for food pass by a lot faster. My 4 year old really enjoys being able to doodle on it, and also enjoys practicing his letters and short words.”