VTech Alphabet Apple
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Seven play modes provide leveled learning to keep kids challenged; a quiz mode reinforces what they've learned Learn the alphabet and time and object skills with this interactive learning board that features light-up alphabet buttons and talking worm slider, as well as numerous fun songs and melodies. The VTech Alphabet Apple encourages hand-eye coordination, independent play, word building, and cognitive and memory development, and with a carry handle your child can learn on the go!
Eight learning activities introduce preschoolers to letters, phonics, spelling, words, memory skills and time concepts Explore 26 light-up letter buttons that say the letter names and sounds and an object starting with that letter; switch modes to hear 26 melodies and sound effects As babies develop they begin to use mental pictures of objects that are no longer within their field of vision. These memory skills can be enhanced through presenting visual stimuli more than once; repetition is essential for the development of memory skills. Young infants’ memories are influenced by context; for instance, they can imitate an adult’s actions with a toy but only if the toy is identical in colour and features to the one that the adult played with. Older infants can remember, for instance, how to press a toy animal to make a sound even if the toy is slightly different to the one which the adult used to demonstrate. Infants’ memories become less context dependent at the same time that infants start to crawl and walk. Giving babies plenty of opportunity to explore their world allows them to enhance their memory skills.Our granddaughter is non verbal but loves the lights and sounds and the different games you can play-great toy that holds her attention This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Or, jump to a slide by selecting one of the thumbnails.
They're based in convenient locations including supermarkets, newsagents and train stations. Plus they're often open late and on Sundays. Intended for ages 2-5 years; requires 2 AA batteries; batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular useEarly play in infants tends to be solitary or takes place alongside other children. Young children learn how to interact with other children through play but they can also explore and learn independently. The initial play experience for infants is when they begin to explore through moving and acting upon the world. Many toys offer infants the opportunity to learn more about their world. Young children will sometimes act out some aspect of their lives e.g. going to the shops and then they involve their toys in these activities. These young children are playing independently but they are also reinforcing their understanding of the social world by acting out scenarios. Items that are not available in store will take 3-5 working days to be delivered to your nominated store.