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The Write and Learn Creative Center by VTech provides children with an interactive and fun way to give them a head start on how to write. Animated demonstrations help preschoolers follow along to learn proper stroke order for uppercase and lowercase letters. Customize the creative center with your child’s name and the screen will show them how to write it step-by-step. Choose a drawing activity and your child will learn to draw by progressing from simple lines and shapes to 26 different objects. Your little artist can then explore their creativity by drawing their own pictures with the included stencils and stamps while listening to the cheerful music. Requires 2 AA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular use). Intended for ages 3 to 6 years.

Customer Reviews

Great for beginners learning

 on July 18, 2017
By Threelittlebees
If you get a working one of these which we were fortunate to get it’s pretty good. The volume is low and not adjustable and the battery slot is easy to open which l like but could be a hazard for younger or disabled children… The cord feels just a touch short but still usable. It would be difficult for a left hander but not impossible. A spare pen from an old board would solve that issue. Other than that it’s a good drawing board.

I love that I’m not going through REAMS of paper and …

 on July 29, 2016
By Amazon Customer
You CANNOT go wrong with this one! My 3 year old daughter plays with this constantly. She draws pictures all day, and loves that she can draw and then erase, and then draw again. I love that I’m not going through REAMS of paper and worrying about having to have crayons ready all the time. The most fantastic part of this toy (apart from the art aspect) is that she is REALLY learning her ABC’s and how to write them properly. The screen gives exceptional directions on how to form each letter, and goes slow enough for a little one to follow the instructions. She is working on writing her name, which can be programmed in for the child. As a former kindergarten teacher, I believe every preschooler should have one of these. It’s an invaluable resource toy that is great for any child coming into those early reading years. So very pleased with this purchase!

Perfect for learning how to write

 on February 10, 2017
By candygirl415
We have been teaching our 4 year old her alphabet and wanted to start teaching her how to write the letters. This is an awesome and fun learning tool. She loves it. She doesn’t want to learn using a pencil and paper and won’t try very hard that way. With this, she actually enjoys it, focuses on her letters, and tries really hard to draw them correctly. The best part is you can easily program the child’s name into it and it teaches them how to write their name letter by letter. It’s also a really fun tool to teach them how to draw mess free. So far with a months worth is use, it clears perfectly with an easy swipe of the knob thing. When looking for a similar items in a few stores, the other versions were smaller with much smaller writing/drawing area. This one is just perfect. The only drawbacks are the pen cord is a little too short. The pen can reach to the opposite edge of the drawing section, but that’s it. Would be nice for an extra inch of so of cord. Also when the electronic part is turned on, if you don’t hit any buttons after about 2-3 minutes, it automatically shuts off. That’s not enough time when a preschooler is just learning each letter. It’s great that you can draw or write on it without turning it on. Highly recommend for any preschooler learning how to write.

Son loves this!

 on January 13, 2016
By Djorgi3
My 1 1/2 year old son loves this so much! He’s been playing with it on & off for 2 days straight since we got it. He loves pressing all of the bottoms & watching the little screen. It does letters, simple drawing images, & helps teach them how to write their name. He figured how to use the swipe button so he can keep drawing over & over.

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