10 Best Magic Board of 2020

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Magic Board Guide

The Magic Board is a fascinating toy. The classic variant looked a bit like an old computer. On a Magic Board you can draw and paint on it using a special pen, invisible in the original version, and make it disappear again. The drawn lines or surfaces are created by magnetism or mechanical pressure. A writing fluid or a writing agent is not consumed. In today’s computer age, the likes Magic Board have lost some of its charm. Nevertheless, it is still an interesting toy for small children, where a sorcerer seems to be at work. The invention was invented Magic Board by the French inventor and game developer André Cassagnes, who died only a few years ago at the age of 86 years. From him comes the variant Etch A Sketch. There are also other versions of the Magic Board ,

Etch A Sketch: the classic

With Etch A Sketch, the lines are created by moving two knobs. Particularly popular was the magic table in the 1960s and 1970s. At that time the red plastic boxes attracted entire groups of children. Turning the white or gray buttons produced spiny, but no less magical pictures. The red classics were crowned by the golden lettering „Magic Etch A Scetch Screen“. The drawing area itself was gray and the drawn lines black. The surface for drawing here is a glass disc, which is deposited with a powder layer of styrene and aluminum. A spring-loaded pin on the inside scrapes away the powder during the rotational movements via a horizontal and vertical construction, leaving behind lines. For diagonal lines, the buttons must be moved at the same speed. In the 1980s, the Etch A scetch boards were found in many children’s rooms. Drawing on it was a challenge that required some motor skills. The pictures seemed to be from another world and had to be drawn all at once because the „pen“ could not be removed.

Magna Doodle and other variants

In 1974, another variant of the magic board was invented with Magna Doodle. The panels of this version are backed with an opaque white liquid and iron filings. The chips are attracted with a magnetic pin and images are created. A magnet inside the panel can be moved by a lever and pull back the chips back. The picture disappears. Many magic tablets still work on a similar principle today. Another old version of the magic board works on a foil and a thin plate. The pen pushes the foil against the plate and the spots appear darker. When you release the film from the plate, the images disappear. In addition, there are quite a long time magic boards, where two transparent films enclose a black paste. Against a colored background, the paste can be pushed away with a rounded pin and colored areas underneath are exposed.

Magic boards for painting and learning

Today Zaubermaltafeln are offered for children from three years in a large variety. A paint pen is usually integrated in the colorful panels. Many magic boards are equipped with additional accessories such as stencils, stamps and pens with different functions. Often magnetic pushers make the pictures disappear and the adventure can start over. Modern magic boards are child-friendly colorful and made of sturdy plastic. With such a board you can deal with the little ones on a long journey or at home well. The magic boards promote creativity and train the motor skills of young children.

Magic board comparison and comparison

At the magic table comparison and comparison seven panels were put to the test. Front places were taken by the Spielburg 10290 magic board and the magical magic painting board of the Tonor brand. The magic boards both work through magnetism and you can create colorful pictures. The magic boards of Gollnest & Kiesel also performed very well. Next very good and well-tested magic boards are from the manufacturers Clementoni, Maro Toys and Egmont Toys. From the Italian toy manufacturer Clementoni, there are magic charts with Disney and other children’s figures.

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