Tomy Thomas & Friends Aqua Draw Reviews
Product Type: Tomy Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Tomy / Type: Drawing / Age: 3 Years+ / This paint free activity uses water-filled pens and a roller to draw train tracks and scenery on the mat. Thomas train magically follows the line!
Newest Review: ... patterns on the mat. As the water dries, the marks fade and you can start again. To start with, she loved to make patterns ... more
Customer Tomy Thomas & Friends Aqua Draw Reviews (27)
by - written on 24/03/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
My eldest son was bought some of the Thomas the Tank Engine mini mats by a relative last Easter instead of an egg, he was 2 at the time. The pack comes with four mini mats and one special pen that you fill with water. When we first opened the pack I had not seen these anywhere else and thought they were a great idea. My little boy wanted to try them out straight away, so we filled the pen with water and sent him on his way! We found that the nib of the pen was quite small, and for a child of 2 it did not reveal enough of the picture quickly enough and really frustrated him. We decided he would take all day to get just one picture done and his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/08 (Very useful, 81 readings)
After buying the large aqua draw mat and being very impressed with it i brought my youngest daughter the bob the builder mini aqua draw from asda for £6 As i said in my last review we loved the large aqua draw mat but i am not impressed with the aqua draw mini set we brought. The mini set is made of a tough paper type material and although it cannot be ripped it folds and creases very easily, i expected it to be material like the large mat so this was my first dissapointment. My second disapointment was that although you get 4 pieces in this set they are all pictures of bob the builder and friends that you have to colour in using the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/08, updated on 21/02/08 (Very useful, 794 readings)
When my son was younger he had a nasty habit of drawing on the walls and settee with pens and crayons. Most children do it at some point and gradually stop it after a while, once they realise that they have to draw on paper and colour the pretty pictures on their colouring books not redecorate your living room and settee for you. Maybe the little one was trying to tell me that he didn't like the décor in the house or maybe he was practicing interior design. Either way the drawing on the walls had to stop and it had to stop fast because I was getting sick of touching up the paint in the living room to hide his little scribbled marks. The little boy's a big ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/07 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Having read several good reviews of these mini-mats on opinion sites and having a son who simply loves to "draw draw" (his words, not mine!) I thought that the Thomas & Friends Aquadraw mini-mats would be a perfect stocking filler this Christmas. The concept of Aquadraw is simple - a water-filled pen is used to draw on special paper to reveal hidden pictures or your own creative artwork depending on the set obtained. Creative mats only seem to be available in large sizes and with a large price tag to boot. As I was still a little unsure as to whether they would be a success or not and, given that my son is, at least at the moment, good with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I'm all for encouraging my toddler's creative streak. I'd just rather it didn't extend to redecorating my living room walls with his crayons (unfortunately a frequent occurrence in our house - those bath crayons were a BAD buy), or involve me spending three times as long setting up a painting activity and cleaning everything afterwards, than he actually spends painting. Therefore, the Aquadraw concept has been perfect for meeting his needs to express his creativity. We have a range of Aquadraw products - from the little Peppa Pig and Teletubbies mini mats where scribbling over them with a water-filled pen brings a faded picture into vivid colour, through a portable ... Read the complete review
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