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Learning Resources Pretend & Play Calculator Cash Register, 73 Pieces
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- Solar activated calculator and cash register with LCD screen
- 73-piece set encourages children to learn basic math and money skills with this real-working cash register.
- Includes 30 pretend US bills, 40 plastic coins, pretend credit card, and activity guide
- Cash drawer makes a "cha-ching" sound when it opens, just like a real register
- Ideal for ages 3+
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From the manufacturer
At the heart of this playful toy is a real working calculator with easy-to-read LCD screen. The calculator is solar activated to save on batteries.
Ring Up More Skills
The cash drawer makes a classic 'cha-ching' sound when it opens, just like a real cash register. The fun sound keeps kids playing and learning!
Big, Kid-Friendly Buttons
Large buttons make easy targets for little hands. Children will be punching in purchase prices like a pro in no time!
Colorful cash register has a substantial size to make it look realistic for imaginative play! Register measures 10.5” long by 9.5” wide x 5.5” high.
Packed with Cash
This cash register comes with everything kids need to start playing and learning right out of the box! Includes 30 pretend US bills, 40 plastic coins, pretend credit card, and activity guide.
Learning Resources offers countless manipulatives, toys, and games to make math more engaging for kids. We also provide toys for teaching about time, money, measurement, and algebraic thinking.
Learn basic math and calculator skills while running a pretend store. This calculator cash register features oversized buttons and a big number display, making it appropriate for all ability levels. 73 pieces include actual-size pretend money, pretend credit card, and suggested activities. Great for imaginitive role play.
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After returning the first one I purchased because of shipping damage it received due to poor or total lack of proper packaging, I received a replacement one packaged the exact same way (original thin cardstock retail box) only this time it had a gaping hole in the box. Product was dirty and dusty from shipping and had obvious wear marks from poor handling. I contacted amazon customer service again and they managed to 1 day ship a replacement which arrived in time for Christmas (thanks Amazon!). This time it was shipped inside a proper box and everything was as expected.
A couple of additional remarks:
- this register will fit actual dollar bills however note that it only has three sections and so you will need to stack at least one denomination (i.e. $1, $5, $10, & $20 play bills are included).
- I increased my review stars from 2 to 4 after finally receiving an undamaged product.
We have seen this item at a couple of B&M stores and felt it would be a great gift for our 5 year old. Simple and without too many bells and whistles to break or get in the way.
Amazon had a great deal on it and so we purchased it online. Item arrived promptly however no care at all was given to the packaging. The item came in the original retail box like you would find on a store shelf with a UPS label slapped to the side. The retail box is thin card stock and not corrugated cardboard meant to withstand reasonable shipping and handling. Box arrived fairly disheveled with dented corners and a partially open top barely held in place by a single piece of scotch tape. Not that I expected the original retail packaging to have any, but of course there was no bubble wrap, Styrofoam, or any padding to speak of that would absorb the rough handling it obviously recieved. The toy register inside was scratched, dented, had stress mark discoloration (i.e. light white marks that appear in colored plastic when forced to bend where not intended to), it was dusty and dirty, and one of the 4 bottom foam feet was halfway peeled off. As the item was damaged and clearly beyond being gift-able, I contacted Amazon for a replacement through their automated return/exchange process which was at least simple and easy enough not to add insult to injury. Hoping to avoid a repeat scenario I also contacted them through their customer service chat and explained the situation. The below is Amazon's response and while no guarantees were given I do hope the replacement item arrives better packaged and in much better shape.
Amazon(CSA): At this time, we can't accommodate special packaging requests.
Amazon(CSA): However, rest assured that most Amazon.com orders are shipped in corrugated containers with air-filled packing pillows as needed for protection.
We've also developed a software program that determines the "right-sized" packaging for any given item, based on that item's dimensions and weight.
Amazon(CSA): Rest assured that I've reported this matter to the appropriate department so this will be investigated and your suggestion will be given utmost consideration.
Will update this review after receiving the replacement item.
Ignoring the aesthetics of a poorly shipped product. The register did appear to be working electronically and came with working batteries already installed. The drawer "dinged" open after hitting the open key, and the calculator appeared to function as well. The bills and coins were packaged in separate clear baggies and were located inside the register drawer. The color of the bills is an odd and unrealistic green so if this bugs you, you may want to invest in a purchasing a separate set. Additionally the qty of bills and coins did seem a bit sparse and may not completely fill up the tray so again, you may want to invest in a separate set. The plastic card toy and instruction manual were in another clear baggy that was loose in the box.
I knew this prior to selecting this item, but one point of interest that someone looking to purchase this without hands on experience at a B&M store, is that this toy register is basically just a glorified simple calculator with a draw that opens when you hit the open key. If you are expecting something that will add up items then automatically calculate change based on cash tendered and spring the register drawer at the same time, then this is not how this toy functions. Obviously since it has a calculator adding up items and calculating changes can be managed, but it is not how a real register would function so don't expect that.
2) keys do not pronounce its numbers
3) use expensive button battery instead of the normal AAA batteries.
Not attractive for 3 year old.
Nevertheless, this toy was an instant hit with my pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students. They learn to add, subtract, and count money with this toy. Unfortunately, none of my male students have reached out to play with this new toy the way my female students have. Interesting social experiment potential here.
Anyway, the toy register opens with the touch of a button and can turn completely off. The part that holds the bills does not have the usual bill weight/holder like other toys (and real ones) do. There are only 3 slots, but the set comes with $1, $5, $10, $20 bills. No $50 or $100 bills (at least not in my purchase). The register comes with a post-it size notepad that has no way of staying put as pictured, but we easily taped it down. The remaining loose part, the credit card, does not bolt in and could easily be lost.
Because this is such a hit with my students, I give this 5 stars.