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Fisher Price Kasey the Kinderbot Learning System


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  • Meet Kasey the Kinderbot, your child's get-ready-for-school friend. Kasey the Kinderbot from Fisher-Price will help your child develop academic, social, and physical skills necessary for your child's success in school. And Kasey the Kinderbot is not just a source of educational development ... he's lots of fun to play with, too!
  • The animated menu and engaging personality of Kasey the Kinderbot from Fisher-Price make for a fun and interactive learning experience. Take a closer look at Kasey the Kinderbot to see what makes him such a great learning system for your child.
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • ASIN: B00005YVRI
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #286,975 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
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A fun way to help children develop basic pre-school skills such as phonics, words, thinking, problem solving, reading and math readiness, manners, taking turns, singing and dancing. Teaches more than 40 skills in all. Kasey the talking robot has a warm smile and an animated display screen on its belly, which makes for an exciting, interactive learning experience. Additional software cartridges are available to extend learning in areas such as science, foreign languages and more. Requires 3 D batteries. Batteries and additional software sold separately. Ages 3 to 7 yrs. Imported. 12H".

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Kasey the Kinderbot is so interactive kids won’t feel like they’re being fed yet more education. Just don’t mention that he’s a "learning toy." Play up all of the top-notch bells and whistles: a cute noggin holding great-sounding speakers; limbs that rotate wherever you’d expect them to; and large, color-coded buttons and lights.

Kasey’s 40+ functions supplement the educational regimens kids are already studying, and a few others: reading, math, phonics, spelling, problem-solving, observation, art, physical fitness, foreign languages, animal identification, and even etiquette. And get this: Kasey also offers music and stretch breaks between lessons. He comes with one cartridge loaded with a bevy of entertaining lessons; other learning cartridges can be purchased separately. The only downsides: there is no computer port for downloading, no power adapter cord to let you avoid buying more of the required "D" batteries, and the LCD screen is only 2.5 square inches, with no color. Requires three "D" batteries (not included). --Diane Beall


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Customer Reviews

He sits with it for an hour at a time.
Terry Nolan
There's lots to learn from Kasey, but the great thing is that once your child has conquered all that he has to teach, you can just pick up a new cartridge.
Jennifer
Absolute best value, even if it were to cost twice as much!
M. Wood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Mary Johnson on August 7, 2002
If you are looking for an educational (I hate to use the word toy with this product) tool for your pre-schooler then look no further. In the past I've had a hard time keeping my grandson's attention with educational toys. And was very reluctant purchasing another one. However Kasey the Kinderbot not only caught his attention but keeps it for up to an hour at a time. Kasey has quickly become his favorite. I like the ease of use and the expandability of the programs. I've recommended it to my friends and family members with pre-schoolers.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on October 21, 2002
There have been major breakthroughs on price, durability, and presentation design for children's learning robots and as a result there are several learning `bots on the market, all with potential to be this year's *hot* Christmas toy! They now are much superior to the electronic books that have been popular up to now, although they fill a slightly different role in a kid's toybox. I am reviewing only the two currently available learning `bots, not any of the play robots that carry things, talk in different voices, etc. but do not have teaching basic skills as their primary objective.
FISHER-PRICE'S KASEY THE KINDERBOT
This is probably the best (although it does cost almost twice as much - you get what you pay for). It has 40 activities including pre-reading, math, music, and manners. The `bot is animated as well (mouth, interactive display screen in his belly, antenna, eyes, hear, arms, and waist all move). Kasey also encourages physical play like dancing and stretching. The learning activities are divided into 3 areas; academic, social, and physical, as follows:
Academic skills addressed include Alphabet, Letter Association, Lower Case Letters, Upper Case Letter, Phonics, Sequencing of Alphabet, Word Association, Memory, Matching, Visual Discrimination, Size Differentiation, Number Identification, Counting, Sequencing of Numbers, Identifying Quantities, More or Less, Colors, Animals, Foods, Shapes, Vehicles, Clothing, Animal, Sounds, Body Parts, & Logical Thinking.
Social skills that are addressed are Listening, Taking Turns, Manners, Colors, Self Awareness, Following Directions, Emotions, Helping, & Participation.
Physical skills include, Dancing, Stretching, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Singing, Eye-Hand Coordination, Basic Movement, Senses, Balance, & Timing.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on September 23, 2002
My son just received Kasey for his 3rd birthday. I saw it in [a local retailer] recently and it reminded me of a robot that me and my brother and sister had when we were small. I tried it out in the store and got a real kick out of how much fun it was. There are 4 different screens to get into, an ABC farm, Counting Kitchen which teaches numbers, counting and shapes, a Playground, and a Game Room. There's lots to learn from Kasey, but the great thing is that once your child has conquered all that he has to teach, you can just pick up a new cartridge. My mom bought the Science cartridge... The age on it is 3 - 7. Not sure if all the cartridges are the same age group. I think this would make a great toy for even a 2 year old. If you're thinking about Christmas, I'd get it now. I have a feeling this might be the toy of the year.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By "adriana-k-m" on November 7, 2002
Wow, I can't say enough about this toy, except what all parents will likely understand, that I have a 3-year-old little boy who will actually sit & be entertained by the learning activities provided by this toy. There are few things that will catch his attention for any period of time, but I have been surprised with the ability of this toy to do so! We travel frequently for business, which requires him to sit in his car seat for periods of time. This toy is great for the car, even though it's a bit bulky. He doesn't mind the size, and I think he wouldn't enjoy it as much if it were like the other flat, desk-like learning toys. The robot shape & movements are appealing to him, and the activities featured, along with the child-like voice of the robot, are all great fun for him. He learns quite a bit from this toy, and it's nice to see him pick up a toy in our home that he will actually play with, smile at, speak to, and interact intelligently with for a great deal of time. He loves learning, and this toy makes him feel that it's interacting with him, which helps when I have things to do and can't spend one on one time with him myself. I especially like to hear the toy respond positively to him, which shows me how extremely well he's doing when answering the questions asked of him. We allowed him to choose his own toys at Toys R Us for his 3rd birthday, and I wasn't too sure he'd like this toy as much once it left the store, but he proved me wrong! It's great, fun, and he loves it. It moves around, dances, and will not move when it's not placed on a flat surface, which is nice, as it won't break. The only complaints I have is the slightly heavy weight, and the fact that the lcd display doesn't have a backlight for darker conditions. Sometimes the indoor lighting isn't bright enough to clearly see the screen. Hopefully they will add this feature to Kasey in the future, which will provide endless possibilities for children!
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By "cashmeremist1" on November 5, 2003
My son received Kasey for Christmas from his Nana last year. Kasey got sporadic use for a while, but now my son plays with him frequently(he is 4 now). His brothers are in school leaving him alone with me on week days. When I am busy with school work or house work, my son plays with his 'friend' Kasey.
Kasey has a pleasant, happy voice and lots of lights on him, as well as a feature that allows him to turn off if he is ignored for longer than a minute or two. That really saves on batteries. He came with 2 cartridges. My son enjoys the Spanish cartridge...and much to my surprise he is learning some Spanish from it.
I would definitely recommend this for a child in the 3-5 age group. It provides some good preparation for kindergarten. I think that beyond that age that it might be a little too simple.
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