Post # 1
My LO is 18 months, she loves movies and cartoons but i want something that can distract her and be good in the long run.
I came across the Vtech Innotab2, sound pretty good and the reviews are great.
this is what the website syas
Take learning to the next level with the InnoTab Learning App Tablet by VTech! This multi-media tablet combines interactive reading, learning games, creative activities, and a rich collection of applications into a sleek and durable educational toy that kids will want to play with. Featuring a 5″ color touch screen and tilt-sensor, kids can tap, flick, drag, and pat their way to learning fun. The fun continues with many on-board applications such as an MP3 Player, Video Player, Art Studio, Friends List, Calculator, and Clock engaging kids for hours as they develop their skills with this electronic learning toy. Additional cartridges with favorite licensed characters are sold separately and teach essential skills in reading, logic, and creativity. Additional content such as e-books and learning games can easily be uploaded to the InnoTab through VTech’s Learning Lodge Navigator where parents can also see their child’s progress on a variety of educational milestones and lessons.
Hubs says shes too young for one but i dont think she is?
Any bees have this for their kids or any opinions?
Post # 3
I would be interested to know about this too… I want to get one for my bf’s 2 1/2 year old niece. She LOVES my iPad and iPhone!
Post # 4
That one seems more like a learning games tablet for kids older than your daughter. I think it would be great for her, but probably not for another year or so. For now, you could try a portable DVD player or one of the cheaper tablets for movies/cartoons and simple apps for babies.
Post # 5
givemecouture it says 3-9yrs so itd be good for your Bfs niece!
i found a good deal on Ebay, it comes with the innotab2 and 17 games for $109!
She has her own tablet and has several cartoons and movies, i just wanted something else that would get her attention because movies and cartoons all day just arent that good lol.
i read to her and she likes it but i figured itd help her if she had some learning games even if i have to poke at them with her
Post # 6
@Missus_LLC: thanks for the help! We ended up getting one for her last night (in pink!)
Did you decide if you’re getting one for your little one?
Post # 8
I’d go for the Nabi, personally. I like the idea that the tablet has age-appropriate things for Pre-K to 5th Grade, that it has a chore list that you can fix up for them, educational and fun things to do, and a little TV type application on it, with child-appropriate shows like “Strawberry Shortcake,” “Paddington Bear,” and so on.