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VTech Whiz Kid Learning System

by VTech

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  • Whiz Kid learning system merges learning with amusing game play
  • Innovative learning tablet with 120 different activities; recommended for ages 3 through 6
  • Kids can learn wherever they go; can be used at computer or when traveling
  • Includes connectable pen, PC connection cable, 2 user manuals, 20 activity pages, storage folder, game cartridge, and CD-ROM
  • Kids can use keyboard as piano
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 13.3 x 16 inches ; 5.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000NOXH1C
  • Item model number: 80-071900
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265,729 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Becoming a whiz kid is a breeze with this innovative teaching system.

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The V-Tech Whiz Kid Learning System is an interactive learning board that merges learning with amusing game-play. This innovative toy has 120 different activities that help kids ages 3 to 6 discover how much fun learning can be.

How it Works
The Whiz Kid Learning System is an interactive learning tablet with cartridge-based content. It contains a CD-ROM and cartridge with 120 games and activities. Slide an activity page into the learning board and the Whiz Kid system magically knows what activities to play.



The touch-sensitive screen and stylus make learning more fun than ever.
The Whiz Kid tablet works with the Whiz Ware software library. Each Whiz Ware title contains 40 multi-curricular activity pages, but if you lose a sheet, you can just print out another one from the enclosed CD-ROM. The touch-sensitive screen and stylus makes learning more fun than ever. This innovative system can be connected to a regular computer with the included USB cord to download the content from the PC to the learning board. It even has printable progress reports to track the young whiz kid's learning progress.

The New Way to Play
Tech-toys are the wave of the future, and this learning board by V-Tech plugs your child right into education. This long-lasting toy grows with kids, from when they are beginners and first learn how to use the touch-sensitive screen, to when they advance and can use the keyboard as a piano. With two methods of play, kids can learn wherever they go, whether in the car or at the computer. Each game features child-directed play and various skills, so the learning adventure is never the same twice! This system includes a connectable pen, PC connection cable, two user manuals, 20-double-sided activity pages, storage folder, Whiz Kid Wondertown game cartridge, and Whiz Kid Wondertown CD-ROM.

What's in the Box
Connectable pen, PC connection cable, 2 user manuals, 20-double-sided activity pages, storage folder, game cartridge, and CD-ROM.



This Whiz Kid system can be connected to a regular computer with the included USB cord.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's very easy to use and it comes with lot's of activities.
J. McGuire
Apparently the Whizkids will not run on 64-bit operating systems or something, but I can find no information about this online.
Nathan E. David
I bought it for my 3 1/2 year old daughter and it's perfect!
Heather McDonald

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By ACee on November 15, 2007
My five year old grandaughter is having lots of fun with this game. I ordered it for her birthday. Her mother finds the educational material an excellent reinforcement for what she is learning at school. She likes its versatility. My grandaughter enjoys it most when she connects it to the computer.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By S. K. Dunn on December 3, 2007
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I bought this as a learning tool for my grandson who's in kindergarten. He hardly plays with anything else. Once very shy when it came to participating in class, now he's the first one to raise his hand. Excellent learning tool for beginers in reading and math...and so much more
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ayah David on July 26, 2008
The Whiz Kid unit itself comes with a pretty cool learning CD called "Wondertown," but the CD set it comes with is more like a survey of activities for kids ranging anywhere from 3-6. Some of the activities are:

-You have 2 one-dollar-bills and you go to a snack machine with prices on the snacks. What can you buy?
-Telling time.
-Giving you a picture like a boat, you have the word "b _ _ t," and the child is supposed to choose the right vowel combination (oa, oo, ee, ea) to make that word
-Tracing numbers, letters, and pictures (which is one of the activities appopriate for my preschooler)
-Nursery rhymes and stories. Your child is following the story, pretending to act out that particular motion on the page (like stirring a bowl would have a picture of a bowl and the child is making circles with the pen).

I really think if you are buying this toy you should buy the age-specific books to go with it. The Whiz Kid is very cool but most activities are too hard for a 3-year-old. We bought two Pre-K CDs for it and they are much more appropriate for him but I still feel this should be age-rated at 4+.

I think the Wondertown activities are better than the themed activities that are the Pre-K/K CDs (like Thomas, Bob the Builder, Spiderman, Dora). It's a shame they didn't sell the Whiz Kid for slightly less with no books included, and created Wondertowns for each age group and sold them separately. JMO.

It's definitely better than other Vtech products. Normally I despise Vtech with a passion and bought this based on the good reviews. I am not disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Lynch on December 27, 2007
I purchased the Vtech Whiz kid system as a Christmas present for my two year old. It is a wonderful system and a great learning tool... unfortunately, not for a two year old. From the pictures and videos I've seen, I thought it would be much easier for him to use. I don't regret buying it though because he will grow into it and does enjoy playing with it, but with my assistance. My older children enjoy it and have learning a few things from it. It is easy for them to play, and very rewarding when they choose the correct answer. It plugs into the computer and you can track each childs progress. My favorite feature of this product is the CD rom that comes with the game....if my son destroys one of the pages, it is easily replaced by printing one out. I haven't tried this yet and am not sure how it works, but since I was purchasing this for a two year old, that played a big factor in choosing this system over others. I bought rechargeable batteries for this game and with almost 8 hours of play time, they have not gone dead yet!!! I would recommend this toy to other parents! Your child can play it at home on or off the computer as well as take it along in the car for quiet car rides. This toy will be a good learning tool for my son as soon as he grows into it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mamta on February 24, 2009
My 3 yr old son enjoyed whizkid until the stylus broke within few months so thought I will just order replacement!! but Vtech does not have writing stylus available!! so now the peice is just juck! it cannot be used without the stylus!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Graves on August 13, 2008
The VTech Whiz Kid is a pretty neat toy. My two year old has this toy and has learned quite a bit from it. Depending on which games you purchase for it (she mainly uses what came with it) the levels go from easy to harder. She enjoys playing all of the differnt games, counting apples, doing colors. She understands pretty much all of them, and you can even download onto the computer so parents can review their progress. I would recommend keeping all of the excess pages away from a child this small, because once they become bent and beaten up, they don't seem to work as great. Overall, i'd recommend it to others.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By mommy on January 7, 2008
Although my 3 and 4 year olds enjoy this toy, they need a lot of supervision to operate it. They already know the alphabet, letter sounds, colors, shapes, have some number skills, and can do any game on the Noggin website on their own, but they have trouble on Whiz Kid with the pen and can't read the activity buttons. Also, the power switch is not in the best place and can be accidentally hit. I found that the activities would be good for maybe 5-7 year olds, but it is misleading to think that 3-4 year olds could use it independently. Also, the activity pages are easily bent.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Z on June 28, 2008
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It's great and I am getting ready to purchase other Whiz Kid games. Since my 2 1/2 has mastered the mouse, all he wants are computer games. I purchased the Whiz Kid to see if it would challenge him and it does. When we are home we play together on the computer but when we are on the road he can play with it in the vehicle. Only down side is all the sheets. They get dispersed quickly in the vehicle.
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