Color Wonder Sound Studio – Coloring goes high tech
Ah the primary school rite of passage, coloring. How I remember the importance of a neatly colored page and my teachers gentle suggestions that I stay within the lines and the pride I felt when my “artwork” made it to the front of the refrigerator.
I remember the thrill of a box of crayons containing *gasp* 4 different shades of blue.
Well the time has come to put away childish things, because even coloring has gone electronic.
Crayola, the folks that bring you the mess free Color Wonder series of products have taken things up a notch with the Color Wonder Sound Studio that can bring your child’s drawings to life with interactive sounds.
The drawing board works with Color Wonder paper and lets you choose from over 50 sound effects that can be placed anywhere on any Color Wonder coloring page, by selecting the desired sound, and placing it where you want it on your page with a press of your finger. The sound effects will play back as the page is being colored.
The Interactive Drawing Base comes with 6 sound cards, 5 Color Wonder Mini Markers, 12 pages of pre-printed Color Wonder art and 6 sheets of blank Color Wonder Paper.
Available for around $23.00 from www.amazon.com