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What It Is
ABC & 123 Electronic Flash Card is a small handheld electronic learning toy that provides great number and letter prep for Kindergarten. It's just a little larger than a deck of cards, a good size for preschoolers to hold. Turn it on by pressing the blue power button. There are two different games to play with letters and two games with numbers. In the letter games, there's an uppercase and lowercase letter matching game and a sequence game. For the sequence game, if the screen on the right says "ABC", kids would press "D" from the choices on the left. The number games include a count-the-dot game and a sequence game. Different sounds indicate whether kids got the answer right or wrong. Each game lasts about one minute.
Is It Fun?
This is a really easy-to-use toy. The buttons are easy to press, and kids can easily switch from letters to numbers or vice versa. It's a fun way to boost alphabet and early number skills, and the size makes it ideal for travel or when you're waiting in a doctor's office or in line somewhere.
Who It’s For
ABC & 123 Electronic Flash Card is for ages 4 and up.
What To Be Aware Of
Three AAA batteries are required but not included.
One thing you should know is that there isn't volume control. You can't mute the toy or plug headphones into it. It does make noise with each turn.
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