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Introduce your little one to the world of smart phones with the Touch & Swipe Baby Phone by VTech. With pretend apps, watch them call home, check the weather and organize their day… just like mom and dad. Includes sliding screen for two modes of play: learning and music.
The Touch & Swipe Baby Phone by VTech captures your child's imagination with their very own smartphone for role-play fun. Slide between screens for two modes of play on this educational toy with twelve light-up pretend learning apps or switch to music mode to play fun melodies and sing-along songs.
Vivid colors and a touch screen engage your child as they role-play by calling family, friends, or even their stuffed animals. The "Home" button feature allows you to record and save your home number for learning. With a pretend calendar, clock and weather apps your baby learns about the day while the touch screen and slider builds hand/eye coordination.
Your child will discover and explore with fun sounds and sing-along songs that introduce ABCs, 123s and first words. Its realistic role-play fun and learning on the go.
Package Quantity: 1 | Style Name: Touch and Swipe Baby Phone
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Phone is very cute, but basic. Should of gotten it for my son when he was 9-12 months, not 18 months. He gets bored quickly with itPublished 5 hours ago by lauren e.
Not what I thought ....thought the toy would be a little more flexible than what it turned out to be. It does not really immulate a cell phone. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by K. Joy
Had previously purchased one of these at babies r us for my daughter. I brought her to our friend's house for a play date with their 1 yr old and she went crazy for the toy so I... Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Emma Salas
Do not buy. We bought this product and within 2 weeks it put itself into an endless loop. It had no visible signs of damage and we did not treat it badly. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by S. Martin
Within a few days the screen got "stuck". We had to take the batteries out because it was on perpetual noise making, even when turned offPublished 2 days ago by Crystal