Some days creativity is just not on my to-do list, or even within my abilities, it’s just the way it goes. Thankfully I don’t have to worry about it that much because my kids seem to be one (or three) big balls of creative energy. One the days that I just can’t, I give my daughter our 3D Magic Pen by Hamilton Buhl to create something awesome.
I think kids pick up new skills, new technology, and technics faster than adults because I completely struggled using the 3D pen while my daughter just used it, she didn’t care what she created, she just created.
Kids can turn their 2-dimensional fantasy into 3-dimensional reality, so instead of just papers piling up on my fridge or desk, we’ve got some interesting 3D art now too. It’s cool not just because I sometimes need an explanation of what it is, but because you can see more clearly where their train of thoughts was leading them.
As a homeschooling mom the 3D Magic Pen has been a great addition in our home. Art stimulates creative thinking, essential in implementing cognitive skills, problem-solving skills and so much more. Just watch as your child’s drawing takes shape and their fantasy comes alive! Dinosaurs and doodles, shapes to be used in math, there is really no limit to what they can make.
3D Magic Pen by Hamilton Buhl Creations
The 3D Magic Pen is easy to use. Simply plug it in, watch the screen for the right temperature. Press the feed button and create. It makes it easy to use for you and your kids. Featuring easy grip design, ceramic nozzle for safe use and speed adjusting dial, the 3D Magic Pen comes with three color filaments. Packs of 15 beautiful color filaments are available for purchase separately.
The 3D Magic Pen is currently available for purchase with manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $99 through Hamilton Buhl’s educational dealer network or at www.HamiltonBuhl.com. Additional filaments are available in packs of 15 different vibrant colors and retail for $29.95.
Disclosure: This is a partnered post with Hamilton Buhl. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.