I recently had the opportunity to take part in a project with Canon, testing out the Pixma TS9560 and Mini Photo Printer with my two children.
Being a stay at home mum, trying to find experiences for children to do sometimes can be mind boggling. I had a look on Canon Creative Park at a few different things that we could make together. Being the teacher I am, I made some alphabet cards using the A3 printer and also printed out big colouring templates.
My boys are dinosaur obsessed, so as soon as they saw it on the screen they wanted it! Even better because the Pixma TS9560 prints in A3 to make those dinosaurs much bigger. Canon Creative Park has so many different categories and activities for kids to do and so easily accessible.
We use our smart phones every day, and by downloading the app for the Canon Mini Photo Printer I could print photos directly off my phone. Finn come up to me one day asking if he could have pictures of ‘Diggersaurs’ (one of his favourite books) - so I quickly looked pictures up and saved them to my phone and printed them off right in front of him using the Mini Print app. He was so excited as I got him to press the print button and pull the photo out of the printer.
The good thing about this printer is it doesn’t use ink, only ZINK technology. There’s no need to buy extra cartridges – making it the perfect gift.
Thank you so much for letting this mama experiment these activities with my boys These printers are so fun and easy to navigate, we will definitely continue to use them!