Kids at an early age are quite fascinated by many grown-up gadgets. One of the more common gadgets that toddlers get exposed to at an early age is the smartphone. Kids can learn about the smartphone and how it works by playing with the Mirari MyPhone, instead of the actual device parents use.
The Mirari MyPhone is a toddler’s version of the smartphone. It looks just like the one mom and dad use every day. Toddlers can play with this toy smartphone and explore its many features. The display also comes with colorful icons just like what kids can see from a real smartphone. Pressing on the icons lights them up plays fun sounds and music. Mom and dad can also press and hold on to the big button on the toy phone to record a message for their kid. The toy comes with a remote control that lets the toy phone to ring and playback the recorded message at a press of the button. Kids may find it working just like the phone that their parents use.
The Mirari MyPhone helps toddlers discover and learn about the functions of a common device that most parents use. It helps introduce the device to kids early to give them a head start on how smartphones basically works. This toy smartphone also encourage the development of fine motor skills, imaginative play and sensory learning. The toy phone requires 3 AAA batteries to work while the remote control requires a CR 2025 button cell battery. It is ideal for kids from 6 months and above. The Mirari MyPhone is available at Fat Brain Toys for $19.
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