I found this over at Hip Mama’s Place. She says, “So what is the Parking Pal magnet and how does it work? Parking Pal is a brightly-designed round magnet with a small palm illustration where children place their hands on. The magnet is designed to attach on the side of your vehicle and serves as a “safe spot” where your child can go directly to it before getting in or after getting out of the car and put their hand on it, while you tend to your other child nearby. I was surprised to see how receptive Gabriel was when I first taught him how to use the Parking Pal magnet. And since he loves saying the letters of the alphabet, we got him the AlphaPal magnet. He’s having so much fun while using the magnet- he points to each alphabet letter and reads them while he waits on me. Do you know how helpful this product have been to me with my kids in parking lots now? I absolutely love it!”
Parking Pal magnets come in five fun, colorful designs- dinosaur, flowers, planet, alphabet, and fish. Only $7.99 each at KidSafetySolversandMore.com . Enter coupon code HMP 508 to get free shipping on your order.
You can also enter to win a FREE Parking Pal magnet. Just visit her site and enter by May 28.
It got me thinking though. I know there is a way to create magnets on your computer. You purchase a magnet kit, design the magnet, print it out on the paper provided, peel off the backing and stick it to the magnet. I’m wondering if this would be much cheaper than buying the magnet at $7.99. It could also be a fun project for you and your children. Take a picture of their hand, load the hand on the computer, and design the magnet around your child’s hand.