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Our VTech InnoTab 3S is a tablet that has definitely gotten its use out of between my 6 and 7 year old boys and now my 3 year old daughter plays it. She hadn’t really known how to play the tablets before but now she is showing interest. I love that VTech has come out with games that are easy enough for toddlers and still educational. I got the chance to check out three of games designed for young kids and my daughter had a blast with them.
Winnie the Pooh is always hungry for honey in Winnie the Pooh for Vetch’s Innate systems. Help him find his honeypot and learn shapes, colors, opposites and more along the way. You’ll also sing fun songs and learn baby sign language with Roo and Piglet!
This is a very simple game for kids ages 1-3 years old. The Disney Winnie the Pooh characters appealed to my daughter right away and she happily played the game for quite some time. The game is simple like I said but for a young child I didn’t expect too much. It is a good starter game for any Winnie the Pooh fan. The game teaches colors, shapes, vocabulary, opposites and even some baby sign language. My daughter loves the sing along the best and it can run for up to 30 minutes, I do recommend headphones for your child if possible. You can even take photos with your child and create photo collages if your InnoTab has a built-in camera. I like that it has a little of everything in it and that my daughter can do it all by herself.
Join Cody and Cora on a musical adventure in My First Nursery Rhymes for VTech’s InnoTab systems. Listen to nursery rhyme songs, play mini learning games, watch playful animations and be introduced to baby sign language. Set the timer for 15 minutes and play a loop of five lullabies. You can also customize characters and create an avatar.
This game is a musical adventure game meaning there is a lot of singing and music. It is the perfect game for any child who enjoys nursery rhymes and honestly as a parent I learned a from a few of these! There are 25 popular nursery rhymes perfect for kids ages 1 to 3 years old. I love that it uses Cody and Cora which are two new characters that help guide your child. Other than nursery rhymes, the game also teaches a few signs from baby sign language as well as some vocabulary words. The game is engaging and interactive. You can even put your child’s face as a character in the game. Its a great starter game for any child and includes a little of everything.
Classic Stories for Vetch’s Innate systems includes The Frog Prince, Pinocchio and The Three Little Pigs. Each story features three different reading levels for progressive learning. You can also record yourself reading the story! Three fun learning games feature classic story characters and introduce writing, rhyming, phonics, reading comprehension and more.
This a great game for young kids who are just getting into reading. It features three stories with three different levels of reading so your child can go from simple reading and up. The reading levels progress with challenges as your child does. In addition to reading, the game also teaches handwriting, rhyming words, phonics skills and reading comprehension. Your child can even record themself reading the story out loud, this is great for kids to hear how they are reading different words. I like that this game has both reading and writing in it and that its simple enough for preschoolers. My daughter is just learning her letters and I am hoping to get her interested in reading on her own with this. It works for all InnoTab systems except InnoTab Max.
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