Discovery Kids Teach & Talk Exploration Laptop

October 7, 2019 - Comment

Bring play time and learning everywhere you go with the Discovery Kids Activity Laptop. This state-of-the-art, fully loaded kids laptop allows your children to play math games, word puzzles, music and more. Hassle-free, no-mess entertainment at your kids’ fingertips Perfectly compact and wireless More than 60 challenging games and fun activities for kids with introductory

Bring play time and learning everywhere you go with the Discovery Kids Activity Laptop. This state-of-the-art, fully loaded kids laptop allows your children to play math games, word puzzles, music and more.

Hassle-free, no-mess entertainment at your kids’ fingertips
Perfectly compact and wireless
More than 60 challenging games and fun activities for kids with introductory spelling, math, music, geography, and more
Built-in games require no additional software purchase
Large LCD display that pivots left and right for others to view
True-to-life standard keyboard with multi-directional button and realistic dual-button mouse
Requires 4 AA batteries (not included)
Age 6+

Product Features

  • Teach & Talk Laptop
  • ages 6 and up

Comments

Anonymous says:

Would recommend! I bought this for my almost 3 year old for Christmas. She always plays with our laptops so I wanted to get her something just for herself. I think for the price this is a really great product. But It is definitely more appropriate for a 3-5 year old, not the recommended manufacturers age. The screen is kinda small and its in black and white. With all of thew new technology today, anyone older than 5 would bore very easily. My 2 year old loves it though.. and its a great educational product for a preschool to kindergarten child.

Anonymous says:

I purchased this for my 4 year old grand daughter … I purchased this for my 4 year old grand daughter. I’m told that she loves it, however it is a bit complicated and therefore frustrating for her. I think it’s meant for an older child. My daughter plans to hold on to it pull it out again when my grand daughter gets a little older.

Anonymous says:

My daughter found this boring. It not very interactive My daughter found this boring. It not very interactive. No color. The screen is like a 1981 ibm computer with the floppy disc…no exaggeration!

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