What is it
Eatsleepdoodle pillowcases and duvet cover make perfect creative gifts that are huge fun, practical and re-usable. In 100% cotton, each comes complete with a pack of 10 wash-out pens (ink really does wash out, including from everything else in the wash!) ready for endless doodling and colouring. Choose from our stationery-inspired notebook design to customise and personalise totally, or our range of colour and learn illustrations. Each of the latter is backed up with info for children to research on our website, making the creative activity an educational one too.
Our colour and learn designs include butterflies of the world, dinosaurs, space explorer and world map.
What our team of testers said
"It was cool! If I think of something before bed that I need to remember, I can write it down on it." - Girl aged 10
"I like that the pens have thick and thin ends." - Girl aged 10
- Promotes creativity
- Encourages pincer grip
- Develops understanding of the world
What our experts think
The Eatsleepdoodle bedding set is a unique product which really encourages children’s creative nature and helps them develop their drawing and handwriting skills. Our testers were keen to get started and used their imaginations to colour in and design their pillowcase and duvet cover. The quality was good and we loved the fact that it could be washed to start the creative process over again.
Activities like this that do not require adult help are great as children have the freedom to let loose and be creative. This benefits their storytelling skills and also helps them to develop their pincer grip and hand-eye coordination as they draw and write freely. We would recommend placing a piece of card or similar inside the pillow and duvet covers to stop colour transferring to the other side when drawing.
- Brands: eatsleepdoodle
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Environmentally friendly
- Toy Types: Arts, crafts & creative kits
- Types of skills developed: Animals & Sealife
Art & design
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Learning to write
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Pincer grip and writing
Speech, language and communication skills
Understanding the world