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Smarty Pants Product of the Week – Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers


Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers

Smarty Pants Review
As an elementary school teacher in my former life, I want to find activities and games that lend themselves to education. Things to count, things that foster creativity, things to learn letters and sounds, are the majority of what you’ll find in my home. The Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers fit right in! Stamping is a great activity to do with munchkins – young and old. In my 3rd grade classroom, my students would use a traditional stamp set (stamps with the separate stamp pad) to stamp out the scene to a story they have just written, or stamp out mathematical equations (3 smiley faces + 2 smiley faces = 5 smiley faces). It was great! Now with my munchkin who isn’t even 2, I wouldn’t dare take out that stamp pad. Could you imagine the mess a toddler could make if they got their hands in a green stamp pad!!! The Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers are perfect for toddlers and even elementary aged munchkins. My munchkin LOVED playing with them!
Why is it a Smart Mama Product?
Self-contained! No caps! No drying out! No mess!
Retail Price

Smarty Pants Product Giveaway
Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers
Retail Value
Giveaway Entry Dates
Today – Sunday, July 20, 12:00 PM EST
Giveaway Winner Announcement
Sunday, July 20, 2008
How to Enter
Post a comment to this blog entry sharing a fun, easy craft that you have done, or want to do, with your munchkin!
Other Tiny Details
Product will only be mailed within the 48 continental states. One entry per person. I will contact the winner via e-mail by Monday, July 21, so please be sure I know how to get in touch with you if you win!!! If no contact info is provided it automatically disqualifies your entry.

10 thoughts on “Smarty Pants Product of the Week – Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Easy Stampers

  1. These look like fun! We recently built a bird house for our yard since we found a robin’s nest in one of our trees.

  2. Making shaving cream envelopes.
    Mix shaving cream with food coloring and dip the envelopes in it.


  3. Count me in – I’ve been know to let the Vikings take pudding cups in the tub and let them finger paint themselves, the walls, etc until their hearts’ are content then – easy cleanup since they’re already in the tub! LOL

  4. These are the perfect way to have my son help participiate in making and personalize his first birthday thank you cards since he’s most definitely not going to be writing his own name anytime soon!

  5. My twin boys lke using play- doh. We use is to practice words like roll, wiggle, and ready set go to make to stringy fries.

  6. I’ve looked at these in the store. Ivan LOVES art. We’ve recently let him finger paint some clear ball ornaments to give as gifts…I hold and he paints…

  7. This gets my vote. Not messy. Fits in little ones hands. It also seems like a long multi-age toy. It’s a toy/craft that will be around for a long time. And if you have more than one child-no fighting-one stamp for everybody.

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