Tiny Touch Tablet is designed as a fun learning handheld featuring nine light-up buttons with lots to discover and explore! Press the animal buttons to learn animals and hear the sounds they make! Listen to lots of popular melodies when the music button is pressed and learn abc s through a happy sing-along song by pressing the chunky abc button! Take virtual pictures, check for messages and listen to the fun sound effects!
Age: 6-36 months
Requires: 2 x AAA batteries (included)
light-up activity buttons for lots of fun learning!
Learn a-b-c's and 1-2-3's through sing-along songs!
Check for mail and take virtual pictures for even more fun!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by bella excellent purchase
Bought this item for my granddaughter for Christmas. Having read the reviews on this tab I thought it would suit her very well. Her grandfather and I have both had a quick play of it and think she will have hours of fun with it.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BLOBBY GREAT FUN
WE BOUGHT THIS FOR A LITTLE GIRL WE KNOW AND SHE LOVED IT FROM THE START, SHE GIGGLES WHEN SHE TOUCHES THE BUTTONS AND IT TALKS BACK TO HER. WELL WORTH THE PR
Rated 1 out of 5Â by sharon boring
i sent this back as i didnt see the point of it. all you do is press the buttons and it lights up and makes noises - just like a big toy phone only twice the price, it would not occupy my wee one
Rated 5 out of 5Â by crofty Great product
What a great idea. Now baby can feel like he is joimning in with technology. Sturdy and bright. Good sounds and loads to do. Excellent value.
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