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If you’re a parent who owns a smartphone, chances are your little one has some of their own apps to play on it. I swore I wouldn’t let my three year old use my iPhone, but she does and I wish she had her own learning device. Santa, I hope you’re listening!
VTech has created a new learning app tablet for kids that offers fun, age-appropriate learning games. The InnoTab® 3S is designed for children ages 3 to 9 and is the only learning app tablet with Kid Connect.
Kid Connect is a communication app that allows kids to be connected with their parents and friends through both tablet-to-mobile and tablet-to-tablet communication.
One reason you will love it is, it’s rechargeable! Let’s face it, all kids toys should be. Just charge it up and it’s ready to go!
And for those parents familiar with VTech learning devices, the Innotab 3S continues to provide access to VTech’s Learning Lodge, plus it comes packed with 20 free apps!
Some of the product’s best features include:
- Kids and parents can exchange and share their text messages, photos and more over a kid-safe Wi-Fi connection using VTech Kid Connect
- Browse kid-safe and parent approved websites to find even more learning fun
- Integrated video recording and editing studio
- Rotating camera/video recorder with enhanced photo features
- Built-in MP3 player
- D-pad controls and microphone for more interactive play
- Stylus included
Since the InnoTab 3S is suitable for such a wide age range, the fun can last for years and it’s all priced for less than $100!
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Courtney is a super charged mom who loves taking care of her toddler daughter, infant son and Lhasa Poo. Courtney is a life-long Rhode Island resident. When she’s not blogging about parenting, food and pets on her website www.ModMommy.com, she’s writing local news at a Providence TV station. Follow Courtney on Twitter: www.twitter.com/CourtneyCal