During many of our homeschool preschool lessons, my daughter and I have used dot markers. She and I have also used the markers to make crafts such as a construction paper quilt and a paper plate fish bowl. Dot markers are a great alternative to regular markers and paint. Now that my son is a toddler, he also likes getting in on the crafting action, and dot markers are perfect for his little hands. Thus, when recently offer the chance to review an eight-pack of Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers from Cameron Frank Products in exchange for my honest opinion, I eagerly accepted the opportunity.
Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers currently retail for $23.99 with a sale price of $15.97 on Amazon. Compared to other dot markers, Dauber Dawgs are similarly priced. I would definitely pay the current sale price for an eight-pack of dot markers to use for school time and making crafts. I therefore rate the price of Dauber Dawgs positively.
The eight-pack of Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers features non-toxic, non-leaking, non-spilling inkers in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, and brown. The washable inkers resist drying out even with the cap left off. Dauber Dawgs fit comfortable in any sized hand, even the smallest toddlers. Simply stamp and lift for a solid circular shape. Dot markers additionally offer a great alternative to paint brushes and cups with minimal clean-up. Buy today and receive three free PDF dot maker coloring activity books with 100 pages of printer-friendly pictures created especially to teach. Dauber Dawgs come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
As soon as I showed my preschooler daughter my new eight-pack of Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers, she immediately wanted to start crafting. My toddler son also wanted to get in on the action. As promised, Dauber Dawgs fit comfortably in any sized hand. My son could hold the inkers in his small hands just as well as his big sister and me. He is only eighteen months old, but he can already use the dot markers effectively. I especially love that Dauber Dawgs are perfect for little hands that are not quite ready to color inside the lines with traditional markers. With this set of eight, my son can “draw” his own pictures as my daughter and I work on school work or crafts.
I love the colors in the eight-pack of Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers. With red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, and brown, you can make just about any design that you can think of. The colors are bright and solid right from first use and stay bright after drying. The only additional color that I could want is black. My daughter loves the pink, which is her favorite color.
Using the Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers is simple. Remove the cap, turn the marker down, and press lightly onto paper. You can make smaller circles by pressing lightly and quickly. If you want a larger circle, hold the inker down longer. My daughter likes to drag the markers across her paper to “paint” with the Dauber Dawgs. My son likes to bang his onto his paper, making all sorts of circles and dots. My only complaint is that the ink flows fairly quickly. If you press down too long, the ink saturates the paper and bleeds through. For the best result, you want to press lightly and quickly. The only improvement that I would recommend is to make the ink flow more slowly from the Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers.
Unlike paint, cleanup after using Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers is a breeze! My son especially got ink all over his hands and tummy while creating his artwork. My daughter also got some of the ink on her hands accidentally and will also stamp herself on purpose sometimes. The ink in the Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers is washable and is no messier than conventional washable markers. A little soap and water cleans up skin. I also cleaned up my table placemats using a little vinegar and a rag. All the ink came off with just a little scrubbing. Dauber Dawgs are washable and non-staining as promised.
Overall, I am happy with my eight-pack of Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers from Cameron Frank Products. The brightly colored ink is non-toxic and washable. The pack of eight inkers comes with red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, and brown. The only other color that I could want is black, and my daughter loves the pink. As promised, Dauber Dawgs fit comfortably in any sized hand. Both my toddler son and preschooler daughter can use the markers with ease. Cleanup is a breeze because the ink, which is no messier than conventional washable markers, is washable with soap and water. My only complaint is that the ink flows fairly quickly, but pressing down lightly and quickly prevents the ink from saturating your paper. If you are shopping for dot markers for your kids, I recommend checking out the Dauber Dawgs washable dot markers.
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Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Markers Review © 2016 Heather Johnson
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Testing the Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Markers © 2016 Heather Johnson
Toddler Using the Blue Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Marker © 2016 Heather Johnson
Preschooler Using the Blue Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Marker © 2016 Heather Johnson
Adult Using the Pink Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Marker © 2016 Heather Johnson
Adult Using the Brown Dauber Dawgs Washable Dot Marker © 2016 Heather Johnson