November 12, 2012

Gift Idea - Kleen Slate Dry Erase Paddles

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Gift Idea - Kleen Slate Dry Erase Paddles and Markers



About - I don't know how much paper we either throw away or recycle.  With Kleen Slate, kids can color and erase as much as they want without any waste.  



"KleenSlate Concepts offers a line of award-winning dry erase products that are high quality, durable, fun, and easy to use."  They are perfect for home use, in the car, in the classroom, or even for games.

One of the things I like most about the Kleen Slate Dry Erase Boards is the paddles.  The paddles make them easy to use and hold, and makes it so the marker doesn't rub off on your hand.  They also designed the paddle so the marker actually snaps onto the paddle for storage.  One of the other features I like, is that both sides of the dry erase boards aren't the same.  Both sides are usable, but one could be blank while the other could be used for handwriting practice or graph paper. 

In addition to the paddles, Kleen Slate offers a variety of different marker sizes and colors.  My kids love having a selection, because it makes art time more fun.  I really like that the eraser is built onto the end of the marker lid so an eraser is always close at hand.  I like when things are packaged neatly.

To Buy -  2-Pack of rectangular paddles with snap-in markers and erasers retails for $15.99 & a 10-Pack of assorted color dry erase markers with eraser caps retail $ for just 15.00.

To Win - Kleen Slate is giving the following away to one of my US Readers
  • 2-Pack of rectangular paddles with snap-in markers and erasers
  • 10-Pack assorted color dry erase markers with eraser caps

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21 comments:

  1. I would use it for home school with my daughter.

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  2. I would use these in my classroom these are very cool.

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  3. These would be great for teaching my preschooler how to write letters!

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  4. These would be great for expanding creativity, as well as helping to teach my little one

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  5. I would use them for my younger kids to help them practice their writing.

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  6. I'd bring it in to practice writing in my preschool room

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  7. I'd give to my son to help my grandson out with his letters, etc he is learning in kindergarten

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  8. I take care of my grandchildren during the week and would use these for teaching them and for fun!

    colljerr at cocmast dot net

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  9. I would use these to help my 3 and 5 year old how to write their ABC's.
    ~Sandra U.

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  10. Pratice writing their letters and numbers and drawing pictures

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  11. I would use them to help my grandson with his ABC's and counting, etc.

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  12. I would help my 4th grader with her math

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  13. Helping my children to learn their letter, numbers, words, etc!

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  14. I would use these for both fun & education with my grandchildren. They can mimic letters/numbers I write and also we can make silly faces.

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  15. Would be great to use them for my little one. To work on writing and new words.

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  16. I'd use this for my nephew as he practices writing.

    p_halligan@yahoo.com

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  17. I would use these with my grandson for writing words.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  18. I would use them with my kids to draw or practice writing.

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  19. I would give them to grandkids for Christmas.

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