CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
VTech - Write & Learn Letter Pad
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- Interactive, erasable writing pad
- Teaches letters A-Z step by step with touch-sensitive letter buttons
- LCD screen for interactive fun
- Three different activities
- Three years and above
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I think it would be great if it included lower case letters and numbers.
I like this one because it is not such a stickler for precicison, in fact it doesn't have the ability to know when you have done it wrong, so any time a letter or shape is tried, it congratulates you. With the L-max, if you don't get it within a certain range of correctness it makes you start over! Sometimes with a very young child that can be discoraging, but as my son gets older I will probably come to appreciate the feature more.
This toy lets you draw letters, shapes and pictures- which is a nice change up and then you can see what you have done on the screen and once complete the shape "wiggles". The only problem is that if the child does not press hard enough the image does not fully appear on the screen.
Another issue is that I will worry that the cord that the pencil is connected with will fray or break off, but that is a long ways off (I hope.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nephew seemed to like it, but don't count on its novelty lasting. There are more advanced products on the market now.Published 9 months ago by Austin
I purchased this toy as a donation to a family with a 3 year old. It looks like a fun toy that will help a child learn to write in a fun way. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by K. Bunch
I bought two of these in 2008 for my two younger kids. They were about to go to preschool and can tell you if these survived the test of time. Read morePublished on October 11, 2011 by Christine T
I bought two of these for my twin niece and nephew's 4th birthday presents after seeing them in a Kindergarten classroom. Read morePublished on September 6, 2011 by wk
I definitely paid too much for this toy. It simply doesn't capture my 4 year-old's attention. She doesn't have the patience for it, though she said she wanted it. Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by Christi J. Smith
Great instructional aid. Purchased this one for my grand-daughter's tutor training her for reading inability.Published on November 1, 2009 by SGBaker