Let’s Boogie

Boogie Board

What It Is: With school back in session right away, everyone’s going to be busy zipping everywhere – but here’s a creative way to stay in touch. Boogie Boards are LCD writing tablets that are similar to say, an ereader, in terms of their lightness and functionality, but with one key difference: You can scribble notes on them. Everything from homework  and chores to grocery lists and social plans can be jotted down – and erased with the touch of a button. It’s a charmingly low-fi way to keep in touch at home, especially with younger kids that aren’t old enough to have their own phones.

Who It’s For: Your family, to stay connected. Your coworker, to leave fun and work-related notes for each other. Your teen, to stash in their locker.

What It Costs: About $39.

Where It’s At: Amazon.ca or The Shopping Channel.

BONUS Entry into my back-to-school giveaway. Tell me in the comments below – would you gift this cool gadget to someone? Who?

31 Responses to “Let’s Boogie”
  1. Sherry K says:

    No, I don’t think I would gift this. Maybe a marker and a few post it notes instead.

  2. Oh gosh yes! I think it is neat for kids and adults. Great for making quick lists or teaching kiddies how to print!

  3. aclily19 says:

    Hmm, I don’t know about this one. Seems a bit overkill. A small white board would do the job.

  4. aketch says:

    This would have been fun when my kids were younger!

  5. Jared heatherington says:

    i would keep this for myself . Looks cool

  6. Joan G. says:

    My grandkids would use these.

  7. Heather Swanson says:

    to my daughter Emily

  8. Perfect for my todo list

  9. CLC says:

    I think this would be fun to own and I would gift it too.

  10. Anne Derkat says:

    Seems like one more novelty gadget but can’t think of anyone in my family who would need or use it.

  11. Aimee says:

    I bought one of these for my autistic son and he loves it. I am a subscriber.

  12. Chanel O says:

    I don’t know anyone who would be able to use this but it’s a unique gift idea!

  13. AliKira says:

    My nephew might like it!

  14. Alison K says:

    BONUS Back-to-School Entry: I wouldn’t gift this cool gadget to someone because there are similar products out there that doesn’t need electricity/batteries to operate. I’d rather just go old school. Thanks

  15. cosmicread says:

    I would gift this to my mom.

  16. Florence Cochrane says:

    I would gift it to my granddaughter/

  17. bkick1 says:

    No, I don’t think I would gift it. Seems there is always another and then another device that is really not needed.

  18. Karen says:

    My grandaughter would love it!

  19. Marla says:

    I would gift this to my kids to help with spelling and save paper 🙂

  20. Katie says:

    My nephew would love this!

  21. cookie3 says:

    love this idea! I’d get one for me/

  22. intensev5 says:

    I am a teacher and I would love to use this in my classroom.

  23. Susan says:

    Great price point and a useful low-tech tool. I would use it!

  24. Kim K says:

    Sure this is a fun idea!

  25. Gigi says:

    I would gift it to my family so we leave each other notes. It would be a great tool for someone with young kids for teaching them their letters.

  26. katydidit21 says:

    I’m not sure I would gift it to someone but it is a cute idea.

  27. Lisa S says:

    we could use one of these in every room of the house.

  28. jessica eapen says:

    My mom might like this!

  29. Donnas says:

    My daughter just started college. This would be perfect for her to jot down study notes.

  30. Victoria Ess says:

    This would be cute to keep around the house.

  31. Kimberley Hamilton says:

    I would give this to my younger sister in law, as she is going back to school and it seems like a fun way to stay organized.

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