Creative Concepts With @KleenSlate01


Am I the only one that sees all of the products out on the market today and wonder where things like that were when I was a child?   I know that my generation had some pretty cool items.. (Teddy Ruxpin was AWESOME!)  But seriously... 


I had the chance to review one of those items that makes me wish for it to to have been around back when I was in school... I think it is THAT COOL!!!!
No matter if you are homeschooling your children, or if you are active in helping them with their homework/studying... This would be a great item to have at home...
(Totally off topic of school, but it would also be great for games at home as well.) 
Kleen Slate is a dry erase surface on a paddle board!  It is just too cool!
We were sent the rectangle one, but they also make them in circles.
Now, want to hear something even cooler?
They have sheets that let you customize exactly how you want your board to appear.
One of ours has a solid dry erase on one side... and the other looks like graph paper.
The other board is once again solid, with the other side being lined for writing!

We have been using these boards to help with Broxton.
I will draw a shape or a letter on the board, hold it up and then he tells me the letter.
After we do that for a bit,it is then his turn and he doodles and then tells me what he is writing!
(He wants to be a big kid so bad!)
I like these boards for the ease of use whenever..
BUT, I also like that it has a marker (with an eraser on the opposite end) that clips into the handle! 

I think that this is going to be great when we start working with Broxton and his site words!  
So far, I have been very impressed with Kleen Slate and I can not wait to see other uses for it!

What would you use KleenSlate for if you had them at your house?

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FTC Compliant Review Policy: The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation. 

Comments

  1. I would use it to write down the year of school of they are going in. Then the child could hold it up and I could take a picture.

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  2. I know my kids would love this! And me too actually :)

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  3. My daughter has trouble learning her multiplication tables and this may help her!

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  4. My daughter has trouble memorizing her multiplication tables! This may help!

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  5. Keeping track of whose turn it is to walk the dogs.

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  6. Keeping track of whose turn it is to walk the dogs.

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