Learning Tablet for Kids, Toddler Educational ABC Toy, Learn Alphabet Sounds, Shapes, Music and Words - Early Development Electronic Activity Game
- COLORFUL KEYPAD - provides hours of learning fun! Three levels of play teaches letters, objects, shapes, spelling and music. Light-up fingerprint with fun sound effects and melodies with just the touch of the finger. Adjust the volume to your liking.
- FUN EDUCATION TOUCH PAD - This great musical i-fun pad promotes early development, builds your child's educational skills, and gives them a love for learning in a fun interactive learning way. Touch pad teaches children ABC, shapes, words, and plays 10 different nursery melodies.
- ENTERTAINMENT UNLIMITED - Young children lose interest in toys when they find it too difficult or simply boring. This i-Fun Pad is specially designed to capture your child's eyes. Kids will feel very proud with their own smart phone / touch pad. Textured design makes i-Fun Pad easy to grip for little hands.
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FOR THE LITTLEST LEARNERS: - Hard durable wipe-clean plastic body designed especially for your fun loving children. - Get an early educational head start on letters, shapes, words and sounds - 3 different levels - Shapes play 10 different popular melodies (2 AA Batteries included) - Promotes early childhood development using touch and feel, sight, hearing senses. MAKE IT THE PERFECT GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS OR YEAR ROUND Dont get frustrated while searching the right toy gift for baby showers, birthdays, holidays or just because! Get this high quality i-Fun Tablet as a gift that kids will remember their entire life! So, why think twice ORDER NOW and get this Musical Learning Touch Pad Delivered to your door step right away.
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Four stars instead of 5 because the sound recordings are a bit muffled and distorted. If you hear a single button pressed and you are not looking at the keyboard with your kid, you might not be able to tell what letter they said by it's sound. It helps that kids will usually press the same button three times in a row, so you will hear Queen, Q, trumpet noise.