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  • Phone Smart Teaching Telephone
  • Phone Smart Teaching Telephone
  • Phone Smart Teaching Telephone
  • Phone Smart Teaching Telephone
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Phone Smart Teaching Telephone

  • Recommended Age: 3-5 Year Old
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Dial up a world of imaginative play possibilities!

Great for teaching kids to call home and much more. Goes mobile with cordless handset that can be used with or without speakerphone base.

Allows easy programming and recording of up to 3 personalized messages, or listen to 10 pre-recorded messages from friends around town.

Challenges children to remember and repeat 3, 4 or 5 digit sequences. Offers interactive lesson in 911 emergency procedures. For 1 to 4 players. 2 Volume levels.

Handset requires 3 AAA batteries, not included.

Why Our Experts Love It

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The toys is great, the games are fun, the quality is fantastic, but we LOVE the 911 feature.
  • The telephone is something that children see used nearly every day in the adult world, but they don’t get to interact with it very much.
  • Your child will begin by exploring the toy, pushing the buttons and using the answering machine. This will improve their hand-eye coordination as they hear the sounds and talking of the phone.
  • Next, use the feature that this phone has to record personalized messages for your little one. They can hit the button and listen to them even when you are not there. They can record their own message as well.
  • This phone is great when teaching your child their phone number and about 911; it has an interactive lesson in calling 911.
  • Pretty soon your preschoolers won’t want to use their pretend phone they are going to want and use your phone.

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  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years