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Is the INNOTAB 2 a money worthy toy for my 7 yo daughter & 4 yo son?


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Initial post: Nov 5, 2012 10:03:59 PM PST
Any reviews and or comment, opinions about the Innotab 2 toy for this season? Is it sturdy? Is it worth the money for the amount of time my child will play with it? Any suggestions are Greatly appreciated! Thank you! Heidi J

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 9:26:49 AM PST
I would also like hear what people have to say about this. I have a 3yr old granddaughter that I am thinking about getting this for. Although I'm looking at the Innotab 2 S for her. I think the only difference is that the one I'm looking at is WiFi cap. Any comments would be great!

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 10:42:58 AM PST
I don't know if this will help you but my 5yr old and 4 yr old have had their Innotabs for all most a year and they really like them. I also like to see what they are playing and how well they are doing. I have found them great for traveling in the car or on a plane. My kids just really like them. There is a couple of down sides, they do go through batteries, so I would suggest getting rechargeable ones and get an extra set of them just so you always have batteries ready to go. The other down side is they don't seem to respond real quick. I would like a faster response time when you click on an icon but it doesn't seem to bug my kids. My kids are not the easiest on things but they are still working after all most a year of being dropped.
Hope this helps you some.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 6, 2012 12:08:52 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 6, 2012 12:14:00 PM PST
R. Smith says:
I think that purchasing a product that these children will very quickly grow out of is not a good investment. I chose to get my daughter a Kindle fire at age 4 and the reading, learning games, and activities are wonderful because unlike innotab, many apps are free and it comes with parental controls. The greatest thing is that as a child outgrows an app, there are tons of age appropriate apps that can replace them without having to replace the main item. Why not give them the ability to utilize real technology at their age, my daughter is special needs and had no problem mastering the use of a kindle fire. We often use the kindle to read and as you know the variety of items available in that format are wonderful. Often I like to send her surprises, books or apps, when she has done a great job. I hope this helps.
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Discussion in:  Holiday Toy List
Participants:  4
Total posts:  4
Initial post:  Nov 5, 2012
Latest post:  Nov 6, 2012