Monday, February 22, 2010

vtech little smart baby's first computer

Your toddler will enjoy this. All buttons function well.
Only for RM39.90

Kick N learn Piano

Editorial Review
Parents who responded to piano lessons by kicking the instrument may appreciate this toy as much as a baby will. Two ties hang it from the side of the crib, five "keys" on the soft cover conceal five buttons, and colored shapes above each "key" light up when they are hit or kicked. In one mode, the five "keys" play individually, like piano keys; in another, they play a medley of 10 tunes; in a third, they sound out animal names, numbers, and other concepts that are keyed to the pattern on the cover. The Kick 'n' Learn Piano includes an on/off switch, auto off, and high/low volume control. Requires three AA batteries. --Richard Farr
Product Description
What a great way to encourage baby's natural kicking motion! When baby touches or kicks the piano, music and sounds play as twinkling lights dance along to each song. Different settings help baby learn letters, animal names and sounds, shapes, colors, and numbers. And when baby is ready for concerts outside the crib, the keys play notes like a piano! Easy attach crib straps, on/off switch and volume control, and automatic shut-off.

Every buttons works great. Colours very bright. Not faded.

vtech little smart learning center

The VTech Little Smart Learning Center has is constructed of hard plastic and is very sturdy. It is about 1 1/2 feet long and 8 inches high so it does not take up much space. This toy is made sort of like a desk so your child can put his legs underneath it. This toy has 8 different activities and 3 of the 8 have 2 different modes of play. The ActivitiesThere are four different animals on this learning center, there is a bunny, a cat, a squirrel and a dog. When each of them are pushed it tells you the name of the animal. If you have this toy set to the other mode it will make a noise that corresponds with the animal. The bunny makes a hopping sound, the dog barks, the cat meows and the squirrel plays a tune. I am not sure why the put the squirrel on this toy since they did not have a sound for it to make but it is still very cute.The next activity is a butterfly; the butterflies’ wings have different patterns on them to stimulate the child’s sense. You can flip the page like wings to find 6 patterns in all. My son seems to be really into turning pages right so he really likes this.Above this there is a cylinder with pictures of the sky on it, when you spin it, it plays a part of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star!On the top left hand corner there is a telephone with four different buttons, each button has a picture on it of a family member. There is the mother, father, brother and sister. When you press a button it tells you what member of the family it is. When this toy is in its musical mode it plays a short tune when a button is pressed. Some of the songs are all around the mulberry bush and Hush little baby. There is also a blue phone that is detachable.Next there is a screen that has three different means of transportation; a airplane, a sailboat and a car. There are three corresponding buttons that are shapes. There is a Red Triangle with the letter A, green circle with the letter B and a blue square with the letter C. When you press a button when the toy is in musical mode it tells you what shape it is and plays a short tune, when in the other mode it tells you the type of transportation and makes a noise that this would make.On the top right corner there is 4 musical notes that have the numbers 1-4 on them. When pressed in musical mode it will make sounds like a keyboard, (I can play the first verse of where is Thumbkin on this!) on the other mode it will tell you what number that is.Underneath the music notes there is a wheel that has a part cut out so you can see pictures underneath of sea life. When you spin this it makes a really neat sound!On the bottom of this toy there are busy bead type things with a mirror underneath I think that this is the least played with part by my son and I don’t really like it much either because It can be quite a pain to get pieces of cookies out of here.Overall I would say that VTech did a wonderful job of making this toy. The activities are great for young babies but are not boring for older ones either. My son just turned 11 months old today and still finds this toy as enjoyable as the first day he received it. The Little Smart Learning Center also is wonderful because it teaches your children numbers, letters, shapes, colors, patterns and names of objects. My son has just started saying cat and since he has never seen a real one he must have learned it from his VTech.

Only the blue phone is missing.. Others works great. As it is.

Leapster TV learning system

From the Manufacturer
Leapster TV™ brings all the fun and learning of the Leapster learning game library to younger kids! This educational game console connects to the TV and works with the entire library of Leapster games that teach essential school skills! An educational game console on the TV, plus a controller with easy-to-use joystick, stylus and touch pad for writing skills .
Product Description
Connect the Leapster TV Learning System to your television; then pop in and play any game in the Leapster Learning Game library. Includes chunky game controller with joystick and stylus.
Requires 4 "C" batteries, not included.
It's in good condition. Works well. If you need the adapter, please let me know.
SOLD, Thank you