Tomy Cinderella Aquadraw Reviews
Product Type: Tomy Art / Craft
Newest Review: ... and is a square shape. Around the edge of the mat is a pink border and has a design of cinderella themed items such as ... more
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Customer Tomy Cinderella Aquadraw Reviews (8)
by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
My toddler has loved drawing right from when she learnt to hold a pencil, and she in turn has loved her mini aqua draw mats that she has had at her young age. When I saw the large Cinderella aqua draw mat on offer at Amazon I couldn't resist it for her. Despite the recommended minimum age of 3 years, I knew enough to know she wasn't going to do any harm with a water filled pen and a drawing mat. She may need supervision with the Cinderella toy that comes with the mat but I can easily watch that. The mat is a dual layer effect, which shows through the pink undercarriage when water is placed on the top layer. Brightly done out with a pink border and white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
This was a Christmas gift for my daughter last Christmas, at the time she was nearly 2 so a bit young (in my opinion) for this, mainly because the age on the box says 3+, and she wasn't even 2 at the time. Anyway, what you get is a large mat, two drawing tools (a pen and a wheel which when rolled produces a row of stars) which have to be filled with water before they'll work, and a Cinderella and Prince Charming(??) musical thing which plays a ridiculous tune and is meant to 'follow' your drawings on the mat. The two drawing tools are easily filled; you just unscrew the base, top up with water and screw the lid back on. The pen starts working ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Tomy Cinderella Aqua Draw My little one loves drawing, though can be very messy with pens and paints and for some reason does not like crayons! This is where the great idea for Aqua Draw mats really come in handy. We bought this Aqua Draw in the sale for about £15.00, though it retails at double this price usually, and although it is a great drawing toy for youngsters, I do not think I would have paid the full price. It is recommended for children age three years plus, but to be perfectly honest, as long as your child can hold a pen and keep things from their mouth, then this works for younger children too. The mat is in a lovely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/09 (Very useful, 381 readings)
My daughter recently celebrated her 5th birthday and as a gift we bought her a Disney Cinderella Aquadraw playmat. I had been looking at the Aquadraw mats for a long time and had asked for the travel version for my youngest son for Christmas. While in Woolworths before Christmas I saw the Disney Princess version of the mat with 20% off in their closing down sale. I paid £19.99 for the Princess mat but I think they usually retail at anything up to £29.99. Luckily no-one bought the travel mat for my youngest son so when my daughter opened the Cinderella mat on her birthday it was a new and exciting toy for all three of my children. I have two sons ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/09, updated on 01/01/10 (Very useful, 264 readings)
I suggested to the grandparents to get my daughter the Tomy Cinderella Aquadraw for her 2nd birthday after noticing her ooh'ing and ahh'ing at the advert every time it came on TV! My mum brought it from Argos for £29.31, you can also purchase it from around the same price at all good toy shops. The Cinderella Aquadraw comes in quite a large but not heavy cardboard box which is decorated very pink, pretty and eye catching. The mat is 105 cm x 90cm which is quite big (not huge) and requires a fair amount of floor space. It has a border around the outside of it. The border is really girlie and Cinderella themed. It has beads, ribbons, ... Read the complete review
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