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Baby Cell Phone

Item number   w-ip-g02379
This product has been DISCONTINUED
12 months +
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Summary

It is time for your baby to have her/his own cell phone with colorful buttons, lights and fun sounds.
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Skills

Pretend Play, Sound Recognition, Counting, English, Spanish
SKUw-ip-g02379
Recommended Age12 months
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Quantity Available0
UPC Code20373023796
Dimensions of Box6" x 2" x 8"
Made inChina
Part Numberdsc-w-ip-g02379
Weight0.50 lb

Description of Baby Cell Phone

Your baby can have his/her own cell phone and learn English and Spanish, counting and numbers at the same time. The new Baby Cell Phone by Kidoozie is features colorful chunky buttons that are perfect for your baby's hands, English/Spanish switch, music or numbers modes, and off switch. The baby toy cell phone will help make connections because your child will press the number 1 while hearing it being said. After a while, it'll be easy to recognize which number sounds like what! This Baby Cell Phone offers 9 various kids songs and makes realistic phone sound effects for your child's fun play! The baby activity toy from Educational Toys Planet is lovely to bring along on trip as something for your baby to keep their hands busy with and is great for learning to count, and say first words in Spanish or English. This baby toy mobile phone requires 3 AAA batteries (included).

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  1. by Lynn, MD on May 20, 2012

    My daughter loves this toy! I really like the see-and-say aspect. Surprisingly, I wish the volume was a little louder. I did change the batteries to make sure that wasn't the problem. It's loud enough to hear, but only just.
  2. by Pauline, NJ on Dec 4, 2010

  3. by Roberto, CA on Jul 25, 2009

    should be a little slimmer for easy grasp of toddlers. Sound should be louder.