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What It Is
Kids can join all the characters from Disney Planes in multiple fun and interactive activities with the Disney Planes Learning Laptop. There are five modes of play, and kids can select which mode they want by moving the Dusty mode selector. There are five Explore & Learn Activities that help kids explore the basics of letters, words, shapes, numbers, and counting. Kids can play five Language activities to practice letter order, capital and lowercase letters, beginning letters, and spelling skills. The laptop's five Math activities reinforce counting, size comparisons, shapes, simple addition, and simple subtraction. The four Logic activities strengthen problem solving, memory, and hand/eye coordination through puzzles, racing, and logic games. And the Wings Around the Globe Rally randomly combines all of the activities into seven stages for kids to complete in order to help Dusty win. The laptop lists the different modes and activities within each mode right on the laptop, so kids don't need to refer to the instruction booklet to play. The laptop has easy-to-use controls, including arrow buttons and a QWERTY keyboard. Its carry handle makes it easy for kids to take the laptop on the go.
Is It Fun?
Disney Planes fans will like this new way to play with favorite characters. This is a fun and interactive way to introduce preschoolers to vocabulary, spelling, math, logic, and more. This also offers young kids a laptop of their very own with age-appropriate and fun content.
Who It’s For
The Disney Planes Learning Laptop is for Disney Planes fans ages 3–6.
What To Be Aware Of
The laptop requires three AA batteries, which are for the in-store try-me features. VTech recommends replacing them before you play for best results.
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