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$59.99
1. V-Smile
$11.99
2. V-Smile AC Adaptor
$19.99
3. V Smile Smartridge: Spider-Man
$29.99
4. Learning Laptop
$19.99
5. V Smile Smartridge: Lion King
$19.99
6. V Smile Smartridge: Scooby Doo
$9.98
7. V Smile Smartridge: Winnie the
$29.99
8. Fly & Discover Globe
$19.99
9. V Smile Smartridge: Mickey and
$19.99
10. V Smile Smartridge: Little Mermaid
$19.99
11. V Smile Smartridge: Cinderella
$15.99
12. Pull N Play Phone
$19.99
13. V Smile Smartridge: Care Bear
$14.98
14. Crazy Legs Bug
$29.99
15. Alphabet Classroom
$29.99
16. Write 'n Learn Smartboard
$12.99
17. Turn A Word Apple
$29.99
18. Sit-to-Stand Activity Walker
$19.99
19. Write & Learn Artboard
$19.99
20. Alphabet Tap Tap Bus

1. V-Smile
by Vtech
Toy (06 July, 2004)
-- our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00023JJOS
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Outfitted in orange and purple, this electronic learning system for preschoolers plugs directly into a television, and at first take looks a lot like a video-game console. Insert any of Vtech's "Smartridges" into the unit for lessons on language, math, phonics, problem-solving, music, and more. Children can choose between two difficulty levels. Included are a large joystick, adjustable to right- and left-handed kids, and an Alphabet Park Adventure cartridge; other cartridges are sold separately. There's also a storage compartment on top that holds up to six cartridges. The system can run on either three C batteries or an AC adaptor; strangely, neither are included. --Andy Boynton ... Read more

Reviews (260)

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy This
This started out to be a wonderful toy for my 4 year old son.But after a month (and after I'd spent quite a bit of money on the cartridges) the problems started.The power goes on & off at will.When I called the V-tech 1-800 number they walk me through the re-set process which takes 2 minutes & is a pain the he heiney.And within a few days it happens again.What a pain...

2-0 out of 5 stars vsmile a bit disappointing
I bought the vsmile thinking it looked cute and would be a great way for my child to learn.From the beginning, the controller had a loose part rattling around in it.After about two weeks the "enter" button kept getting stuck.I had to pay shipping to send it back, but it was replaced with a new one.I will be calling tommorrow to have the unit replaced.Often the power button would stay on and now after replacing batteries, the power won't even come on.A bit disappointed at this point because my child rarely got to play with it.

2-0 out of 5 stars stopped working
I thought that this was a cool toy until it stopped working afer about 2 weeks. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Games    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool   


2. V-Smile AC Adaptor
by VTech Industries
Toy
-- our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00000J58X
Sales Rank: 145
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars If you can't find this adapter
This review is to help with this Adapter if you can't find it. I went to Radio Shack and they sell a 9V/300mA AC-to-DC Power Adapter. It's $14.00. It comes with 1 adaptaplug. Size O and size N will both seem to fit in the V-Smile, but only size N really fits. [...] It is Catalog # 273-1767. It works fine for the V-Smile. Good Luck to all and of course you can use the adapter for other V-tech products.Just bring it to radioshack and you can try all the various plugs to see which one you need.
... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)   


3. V Smile Smartridge: Spider-Man and Friends- Secret Missions
by Vtech
Toy (01 November, 2004)
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSAU
Sales Rank: 144
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For use with the V.Smile TV learning system
  • Combines educational content, popular characters and a video game platform
  • Children help Spider-Man and friends solve problems
  • Teaches vocabulary, shapes, number sequence, counting, spelling and logic

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for a 5 yr old too...
My daughter is in kindergarten and she is only 5 years old. She enjoys the game a great deal. When she plays the game I can hear her laughing, counting and spelling. She enjoys this game and loves the fact that she can switch players, she can choose from spiderman, spidergirl and wolverine. There is a part of the game where they are in the grocery store they learn about produce and different section of the grocery store. She likes to come to the store and show me when the fruit section is compared to where the meat section is. Best of all for me is that she is having fun while she learns. The game is good for both girls and boys. My nephew also enjoys the game and he is also five years old.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hours and Hours of fun and learning!
This game offers a little more of a challenge then some of Vsmiles first games.My 6 year old daughter loves playing it and has already learned so much from it. I often hear her spelling the words along with the game as she moves from area to area.It is definatly one of her favorite games by far!

5-0 out of 5 stars happy mother
my child is 4 years old and have no problem playing this game. I think this is a great game he learned alot from this game. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Games    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool   


4. Learning Laptop
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00078ZJ10
Sales Rank: 2262
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Reading    3. Counting   


5. V Smile Smartridge: Lion King
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSAA
Sales Rank: 350
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Another FAVORITE in our house!
My 3 yr old has this game along with Care Bears, Alphabet Park, Winnie the Pooh and Spiderman - this one is one of his favorites!He has learned names of animals and counting, it's AMAZING to hear for the first times out of his mouth, "ostrich, baboon, antelope, rhino etc. I would definatly recommend this game very entertaining!

1-0 out of 5 stars The Worse
I have this Lion King V smile Smartridge my four year old Daughter it doesn't keep her interest at all. It's to slow and it has nothing to do but jump over logs there's no animals like in the movie, the harder level is just the same as the easy version I wish I could get my money back, future purchaser the game that comes with it is great that is the best one for your little ones to grow with.

Signed Take my advise Please

2-0 out of 5 stars The Lion King is too short of a game
My son is three years old and at first he was very interested on the game for about a week, and now he feels bored playing it. I'm planning on buying Spiderman I just hope is not a short game. Otherwise the entire concept is great. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Games    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool   


6. V Smile Smartridge: Scooby Doo
by Vtech
Toy (29 August, 2004)
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSBE
Sales Rank: 369
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars I bought VSmile for my 4 yr. old
I bought this game for my son.He is so smart and loves to learn.It helps to show him what I have already tought him myself.

5-0 out of 5 stars great for 4-6 year olds
My four year old and six year old love this game.It's probably their favorite.Yes, it requires spelling, but it's not difficult.Scooby's little roller coaster jumps up and collects the letters to spell out the word.But it's not like any points are docked for collecting a wrong letter.It's lots of fun.

5-0 out of 5 stars So much fun.
I got this game for my daughter who just turned four in spite of all the other reviews.She absolutely loves Scooby Doo and loves this game.There are a few parts that have taken her a little while to master, but not to the point that she gets frustrated.I do not think that it is too hard at all for a four year old. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Games    2. Learning    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool    8. Music   


7. V Smile Smartridge: Winnie the Pooh
by Vtech
Toy
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $9.98
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Asin: B00024GS9Q
Sales Rank: 287
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Game
This game is awesome. It has many different options in the Learning Adventure section that will keep the kids going for hours. They have also included secret areas on some of the games that make them more interesting. The learning games are fun and utilize the color coded buttons and get the kids to work on accuracy. Especially in the find the gopher game. This game is the best I have encountered for the V-Smile for my 3 and 5 year olds.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Smartridge for 3-4 year olds!
This is an adorable game with nice graphics. It's easy to play and educational (for kids who need help learning their letters, colors, and shapes). The other games we've tried are just too hard. What 4 year old knows how to spell? Certainly not mine. The Scooby Doo is just way too difficult. This one is just right. And it's much more entertaining than the Care Bears smartridge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Winnie the Pooh a Winning Game
Of all the V~smile smartridges we have bought (Care Bear, Little Mermaid, etc.), the Winnie the Pooh remains to be one of the favorites for my 3 1/2 year old daughter.It teaches letters, shapes, and numbers and helps with hand-eye coordination on joystick manuevering.Object of the game is simple, yet never boring.There are many different levels to the game (Blustery Day, Winter Wonderland, etc.) and even mom and dad love playing it.Of all the different smartridges, this one holds her attention best and has the most variety.Pooh Bear's movements (slipping over the log, dangling from a tree limb) are cute and whimsical, as are his traditional phrases "Oh Bother!"This game is a winner.A++++ ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Games    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool   


8. Fly & Discover Globe
by Vtech
Toy (30 July, 2004)
-- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000A9XZ8
Sales Rank: 1214
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars fun game - with some reservations!
my three year old got this for christmas and loves the sound effects and fun designs - but he gets frustrated by the joystick. it is difficult to "fly" to the right spot when prompted by the "find the" questions and requires better motor skills than most three year olds have - i often have to help him guide the joystick onto the right animal or place. my five year old can navigate without difficulty. however she becomes bored after 5 mins as there is a limited number of questions and games - which is fine for a three year old but not enough info for the five and above age range. in all - i'd say great concept and a fun way for kids to learn about the world but the makers should either simplify the joystickfor younger kids or expand the knowledge for older kids.

5-0 out of 5 stars best gift ever!!!
My son received this for his fourth birthday.Loves it, loves it, loves it!He has since developed an interest in, and knowledge of geography!!He will turn five next week, and still plays with his "Earth".My three year old daughter has recently gotten the hang of it, as well.I would recommend this one to anyone.

2-0 out of 5 stars so-so
my 3- and 4- yr olds liked this globe quite a bit before they became discouraged with the difficulty in understanding the voice commands and with the tracker pole not going all the way up to the top.now they refer to it as "the globe we liked but doesn't work".i'd spend a little more (the kids seem to love the concept) and get one that functions more smoothly (it is difficult to stop, start, and generally maneuver). ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Geography    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Preschool   


9. V Smile Smartridge: Mickey and Friends
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSA0
Sales Rank: 686
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars v-smile
my child recived this game along with the v-smile system on christmas. She was about 2 and half yrs old. she loves playing it. She can do alot of it by her self. She has enjoyed all the games she has recived. We realy enjoy the fact that she is learning while play a game at the same time

1-0 out of 5 stars Too Complicated
I bought this game for my son. I am very dissappointed in it. It is too hard for a child to play. Heck, I have a hard time with it. I love VSMILE and all the games but this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars great learning games
My son was not 4 when i bought this game and it was just perfect for him. he could do most of the games by himself...it is a great learning tool.
i hope more interesting cartriges come out
... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    3. Electronic    4. Preschool   


10. V Smile Smartridge: Little Mermaid
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSAK
Sales Rank: 844
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Little Mermaid VSmile Smartridge
Excellent game. My 5 year old daughter loves this game. It was easy for her to figure out and play. We have most of the Vsmile games and this one is her favorite.

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE THIS GAME.
MY 4 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER LOVES THIS GAME,SHE REALLY LEARNS ALOT.I LOVE TO WATCH HER PLAY, AND CAN'T BELIEVE HOW SMART SHE IS GETTING!!!! THIS IS HER FAVORITE V SMILE GAME... SHE PLAYS IT ALL THE TIME...

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay but not a favorite
We bought this cartridge because Ariel is my 4 1/2 yr old daughter's favorite princess.The game does not hold her interest, I think it may be a bit too difficult for her at this time.For now she prefers "Lion King" and the smartridge that came with the V-Smile.I hope they will make more games/learning cartridges for the system. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Games    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool   


11. V Smile Smartridge: Cinderella
by Vtech
Toy (15 June, 2005)
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00076SL0S
Sales Rank: 1607
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    3. Electronic    4. Preschool    5. Activity    6. Electronic Learning Aids    7. Counting   


12. Pull N Play Phone
by VTech Industries
Toy
list price: $15.99 -- our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00005V3UU
Sales Rank: 1385
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars nice
my daughter pulled this thing around FOREVER!!- its nice cause it has wheels andtalks to her

3-0 out of 5 stars This is...
This phone is the best toy I have ever observed, and yet at the very same time, the worst.I love it, but then again I hate it.I need it, but also I could do without it.It's as if this phone is a delicate flower, blossoming in my mind, as I decide whether it is good or bad.It's like a waffle, burning in the waffle iron, as I ponder on this most chillingly perplexing item.I feel as if I just want to hug this phone, and then smash it to the ground.Thank you for listening to my most interesting quandry.

2-0 out of 5 stars Eh...
I'm disspointed, I thought this was going to be a big hit.I was wrong.Here are a sampling of my problems with this toy:

1. The handle doesn't stay on the base well.

2. The cord is too short (granted this is probably a mandatory safety issue so we can't hold the manufacturer responsible), so your head has to be very akwardly close to the base to "talk" into the receiver.

3. It's on wheels but can't be pulled by the phone handle b/c that comes out of the side, and again is fairly short.

4. In voice (versus music) mode, it says the number you press than beeps; if you press a series of numbers, i.e. 1, 2, 3, it will say those numbers as you press them without beeping inbetween - but if you press the same number twice in a row it will not repeat the number, it will just go on finishing the appropriate number of beeps - so... the child can't practice dialing numbers since many real phone numbers have the same number in repetition such as 555-1234 (it would say 5 and beep 5 times even as you press the 5 key twice more).

5. The button to make the dog holding the phone pop up is hard for little children to press (have to press hard to work).

6. My son has had this from about 6 months to now 20 months and it RARELY gets played with.We rotate toys so he's not overwhelmed with choices, but I've always kept this one in the mix and he almost never plays with it.So, above all my complaints, the fact is that the child just doesn't think it fun enough to play with. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Baby and Infant    3. Toddler    4. Push and Pull Toys    5. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    6. Electronic   


13. V Smile Smartridge: Care Bear
by Vtech
Toy (29 August, 2004)
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024GSBY
Sales Rank: 1602
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not one of Vsmiles best games
My daughter enjoys this game because she loves care bears but there is not really much to this game.It is great for a young child (one who is just learning their alphabet).Even the more difficult levels offer little change or challenge in play.Although we are still big fans of the Vsmile toy itself. I would much rather see my daughter playing this game opposed to a game boy or x box which offer little to no educational value.

1-0 out of 5 stars TOO EASY!!
When we bought my daughter the v-smile game system we got her this game to go along with it.She never hardly plays it because it is so simple.Chasing color balloons and stars, catching a falling letter.Chasing shapes that appear in the exact order you are supposed to put them in.If your child is having problems learning how to use a joy stick this game may help them master that, but it is not challenging for children at all.

2-0 out of 5 stars I agree with the other parents
I bought this for my 3 year old daughter. It was too easy, and very boring. She wont even play it. There's 20.00 down the drain. Don't buy it. I am working on getting her some of the other games. I hope they will be better at teaching her. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Games    2. Learning    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Preschool    8. Music   


14. Crazy Legs Bug
by VTech Industries
Toy
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.98
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Asin: B00005BVE0
Sales Rank: 986
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (37)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Occupying
I bought this for my sone when he was 10 months old.He used to just pull on the legs and try to push the buttons.Now, he is 14 months old and still playing with it.He touches the letters on top and is putting the legs in the slots.He has pigured out to just push the tabs in to make it talk though.It keeps in occupied as well as teaches him his colors, shapes, bugs, some alphabets.It can get a bit annoying though.I figured out why!When the batteries get low, it turns on all by itself and talks by itself without any touching it.That's when I know to change them. "Wiggle Wiggle, play with my legs to learn colors and shapes" is one of the sayings.In my opinion, it somewhat encourages your child to paly with it too!
Ryan's Mom

5-0 out of 5 stars A great all-around toy
I purchased this toy as a gift for my 13-month old niece.I was pleased with every aspect of this toy:the size is big and chunky for easily handling; the colors are bright and fun; the lights and sounds are good; the wheels have a funny weeble-wobble effect when you pull the toy; you can easily keep the toy clean by wiping it; the pull-cord is actually long enough to use!.... need I go on?It's great.
I disagree with the reviewer who thinks that the shapes are hard to get into the proper spots because the legs are too short.I didn't think this was a problem at all.
As an added bonus, our 83-year-old great-grandma also had a ball playing with this toy... and yes, she has full use of her faculties.She just found the toy to be clever and fun.
I recommend this for yourself or a gift.

5-0 out of 5 stars Introduced by our son's occupational therapist
My son who is now 17 months old was first exposed to this toy 3 months ago by his occupational therapist. He immediately loved it and soon mastered putting the shapes in their slots. Although he is not yet walking, (due to being in the hospital for six months) he loves to sit and pull this toy towards himself. Now that his therapy is over I am purchasing this toy for Christmas. It's already a proven winner. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Baby and Infant    3. Toddler    4. Activity    5. Push and Pull Toys    6. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    7. Electronic    8. Musical    9. Electronic Learning Aids   


15. Alphabet Classroom
by Vtech
Toy (14 August, 2003)
-- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B000099Z8V
Sales Rank: 2530
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Mommy toy shopper for 2 toddler boys (3 and 2).
My boys love this toy.I'm a stay at home mom always searching for fun, safe, educational toys for my boys.I always review the toys first before I allow the boys to play with them.This toy is so cute that I played with it for 15 minutes. I called the boys to show them their new toy and it was a big hit the minute they saw it. My boys are having fun and learning their letters too. This is one of the best alphabet learning toys I've bought so far.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Toy for Preschoolers!
My daughter is 3 1/2 and she just loves this toy.We pretend like she is in school and the teacher is talking to her too.She understands how class is and how different every child is and she finds it very interesting.I think it will help ease her mind before she starts going to school.It has alot of games on it too that keeps her interested in it.I would buy this toy over and over again.It also has a volume button which is great since most toys are very very loud.I would recommend this toy to anyone!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for preschoolers
I bought this two months ago for my four year old.She plays with it sporadically which at first made me think that she didn't really like it that much.But, in playing word games with her orally, she will say "/G/ /G/ /G/...Greg.It's the letter G"Sometimes she has to run over to the game to check to see where the kid with the /i/ sound is, for example.Then she comes running back to tell me the letter that makes that sound.As she gets older, I think she will enjoy playing all of the games available with this toy, but for now, even the small amount of time she spends playing with it has made a big difference in her early phonics learning. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Learning    3. Games    4. Talking    5. Board Games    6. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    7. Electronic    8. Alphabet   


16. Write 'n Learn Smartboard
by Vtech
Toy (29 July, 2004)
-- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B000231EK0
Sales Rank: 4608
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars I believe this toy is defective
When I first saw the advertisement for this toy I felt as thought it would be great for my six year old son.Although he does have some special needs, he does know his alphabets and he
can also read.His problem is: I cannot get him to write. Im school his teacher has started him out with easy letters such as L's,T's and F's which seems to be working but when I purchased the write and learn smartboard he seemed to love it! not just the writing but all of the other game functions. The problem is
when you keep writing on the screen after a while it seems to crack and the smartboard no longer works.This is the second one that I have purchased since Christmas. It is a great concept but it still needs some work.

2-0 out of 5 stars could be better
this toy is a nice concept... that needs a lot of work.I bought it for my newly 4 year son.unless you write the letters perfectly the toy was unable to recognize them.when my son try to write slowly then the toy did not wait for him to finish his writting, the toy would try to guess the letter.No matter how hard he tried, the toy either got the letter wrong or did not let him finish. The toy concept is great but it needs a lot of work as no parent will buy this toy if their kids know how to form their letters already.it works best if you know how to form your letters already then what's the point??? This is a very frustrating toy for the little one who is learning to write their letters and doesn't have a handle on them yet.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not perfect - Wait for improvement
I bought this for my 4 year old daughter.Before she got to play with it, I tried it out.I would guesstimate that the handwriting recognition works about 90-95% of the time.It's that last 5-10% that's the problem.For example, when I wrote an "8" very slowly and neatly, it was not recognized 3 times in a row.With my reservations, I let my daughter play with it anyway.She played with it for 30 minutes and hit several letters and numbers that was written fairly well, but not recognized by the toy.Needless to say, she got a little frustrated and did not play with it the rest of the day.No matter how hard she tried, she couldn't seem to make the toy happy on a few letters.

The other shortcoming to note is that the place where the child writes and the screen where the writing is displayed is different.Therefore, (if you don't want to erase very often, and use the stylus) when writing, you have to make a mental note of where you've already written on the writing area.For letters where you have to lift your stylus ("K", "R", etc.), this is a little tricky for kids.They can't see where they've already drawn a line as you can with regular paper and pencil.However, I think kids can get the hang of it, after some practice.

All in all, the technology is quite promising.But I don't feel the need to put my child thru the frustration at this time.I'll wait for the next generation. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Talking    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic    5. Math    6. Alphabet    7. Counting   


17. Turn A Word Apple
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $12.99
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Asin: B00067TA6W
Sales Rank: 3616
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    3. Electronic    4. Music    5. Baby and Infant    6. Musical    7. Electronic Learning Aids   


18. Sit-to-Stand Activity Walker
by Vtech
Toy
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00009KWV6
Sales Rank: 6828
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE HORRIBLE TOY - NOT SAFE!!!!
I had the same problem as the last reviewer...my daughter fell over backwards 3 times and cracked her head because there was no brake going backwards and she pulled the whole thing on top of her and it hit her in the face.This should NOT be on the shelves.

1-0 out of 5 stars Highly disappointed!!!
Its not been 3 hrs since I got this product. After assembly, when my 9 month old stood supporting it and started walking,she couldnt balance, coz the wheels didn't have a brake when pulled towards the infant(backwards),and she fell and the whole toy toppled over her, bruising her eye. I recommend this product change its feature of having a safety brake while being pulled backwards or be recalled inorder to avoid other accidents such as these. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Baby and Infant    2. Learning    3. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    4. Electronic   


19. Write & Learn Artboard
by Vtech
Toy
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007CKA38
Sales Rank: 17516
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Reading    3. Counting   


20. Alphabet Tap Tap Bus
by Vtech
Toy (05 August, 2004)
-- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000231EEQ
Sales Rank: 10793
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars OK bus to learn alphabets
there is not a lot of fun to this bus.There are many other toys out there to teach alphabets and that are also more fun. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Preschool    2. Learning    3. Alphabet    4. Blocks    5. Electronic Learning Aids (ELA)    6. Electronic    7. Music    8. Activity    9. Musical   


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