Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet - 2014 Holiday Gift Guide



Hi Neighbors!

Here's our newest 2014 Holiday Gift Guide suggestion.  How many of you have heard of the Boogie Board?  This LCD writing tablet is a very handy product to have around.  The Original 8.5 Boogie Board is great for leaving notes, taking notes, and just general fun.  The Boogie Board can easily replace, post it notes, scrap paper and memo pads.


Buy more than one so you can have one at home, one at the office and one in your car.  It is so easy to carry the Boogie Board with you to take notes.  It is also nice for entertaining the children while on road trips, at the doctor's office, even when eating out.  Your child can draw, write and play games like tic, tac, toe or hangman.


Use the stylus that comes with the Boogie Board to write on your board.  To erase, simply push the button at the top of the screen.  The Boogie Board comes with a magnet kit and stylus holder.  So light weight it is easy to carry around.  It is made with a scratch resistant plastic LCD.



These are not the only Boogie Boards available.  They have a small mini size and they even have one that works with bluetooth technology.  To find a location that carries the Boogie Board near you, just click on the tab at the top of their site and enter your location.  I did and found that both Staples and Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts near us carry the Boogie Boards.


A Boogie Board would make a great gift for pre-teens, teens, and adults.  I am planning on using ours for shopping lists and to take on trips for playing games.  Who do you know that would benefit from a Boogie Board?

Boogie Board will be giving the winner of this giveaway their very own Original 8.5 Boogie Board.  Be sure to enter and then share with others about this great gift idea!





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22 comments:

ReggieMann said...

I would use it as a message board in my kitchen

DEBIJOT said...

I would use this for my grocery list.

tawndam said...

it would be great to save paper (that is often misplaced anyway...) to jot down phone #s or shopping items

latanya t said...

I would use it making lists, my son would probably draw and write on it.

andrea v said...

Keep it in the kitchen for messages

Sarah Lynch said...

Would definitely use this to write shopping lists and reminders on. It would get rid of a lot of my paper clutter.

SnowflakeDay (Audra) said...

I would use it to help my daughter practice writing her ABCs.

Jessica said...

I would give this to my daughter for Christmas. I think this would be a huge help during homework time, especially math! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

Alina Hahn said...

We would use this for notes for my husband and me - he works 3-11 and I work days so we are always needing to leave notes to each other about our son and life in general.

Sarah MomE25 said...

I would give this to my daughter for Christmas.

LauraJJ said...

Oh I would love to use this to help teach Carter to write his letters and numbers!

Leela said...

I would use it for teaching my kids and playing games.

Karen O said...

I would give this to my oldest granddaughter. She would love to write and draw on it.

Karen O said...

I would give this to my granddaughter. She would think it is so cool (which it is)!

Jenndiggy said...

I would use it for my to do list.

Fawn said...

I would hang this in my kitchen to keep my to do list on.

Birdie Bee said...

My granddaughter has been asking for one of these for the past 8 months and she would use it for her school stuff.

Jennifer Q. said...

This would be great for my son or my daughter!

Nancy Loring said...

I would use this board teach my children how to schedule their own important dates. So they can learn to be a little more independent and responsible for themselves.

Rochel S said...

My son would use it for doodling and practicing his handwriting!

mary gardner said...

I would give it to my daughter to help her keep organized lists.

b45501de-6967-11e4-a956-b78979233389 said...

I would let my 8 year old use it. She goes through 2 notebooks a week drawing and writing.