Have you not heard of Think geek? Thinkgeek was started as a way to serve a market that was passionate about technology, from programmers, engineers, students, lovers of open source, to the masses that helped create the behind-the-scenes Internet culture.
Recently they came out with a kids version of their Buddha Board known as the Water Wizard Buddha Board. So you might now be thinking, what is a Water Wizard Buddha Board? Well, the idea is simple and fun at the same time.
With the Water Wizard Buddha Board children can draw on the water board canvas with a water wand - The water wand is simply a "pen" shaped tool you fill with water. You then watch you drawing come to life and slowly fade away. The Buddha term comes from the thought of teaching kids to value every moment.
This is a great mess free way for your kids to create. I know my daughter loves to draw. In fact she draws with such enthusiasm, that she misses the paper most the time, resulting in little doodles on the table and floor. She doesn't do it on purpose but she certainly can get carried away with the right drawing instrument in her hand.
With the Water Wizard Board she can draw where she wants, when she wants and I don't have to worry. The Water wand stores neatly in the handle, helping keep the wand with the board when it's not in use. Even my older kids enjoy the concept of drawing with water, watching it vanish and doing it all over again.
Buy It: Purchase the Water Wizard Buddha Board for 19.99 @ Thinkgeek.com. Don't forget while your there to check out their large selection of fun and unique items for all ages..
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