Kids will love having their own computer and parents will love watching them learn. The futuristic desktop design of the Kids Computer - Desktop PC will provide your children with a realistic and professional feel. The kids play computer comes preprogrammed with 30 challenging activities including language, mathematics, logic, keyboard skills and music. Educational Toys Planet's bestselling Kids Computer - Desktop PC features a QWERTY keyboard, working mouse, large LCD screen and more. This realistic looking toy computer requires 3 AA batteries (included). Have tons of learning fun, but keep in mind, that Kids Computer by the Learning Journey is not a real PC, it's a computer-looking electronic learning game set for the young children.
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by Elizabeth, NY on Aug 10, 2012
teaches my daughter all kinds of stuff to help her with going to school next year
by Lorraine, CT on Nov 13, 2011
by Greg, NC on Aug 9, 2010
Fun computer for kids. Thank you.
by Dennis M., Fort Worth, TX on Apr 1, 2010
The reason I bought this product was to facilitate more PC time for my 'Hands Full' daughter, (two Boys, under 5) so she could access & do the household duties,bills,etc, online with hers & hubby's PC. They absolutelty LOVE IT! My daughter said 'What a Great Gift,& the sack was so colorful.'
by Debra, WY on Feb 7, 2010
My kids love to have their own computer! Thank you!
by Dasha, NJ on Jan 22, 2010
The Kids Computer offers, not only offers 30 fun and challenging games ranging from music, to math, to language, and spelling but it also offers the chance for the child to feel like they're a big kid because they're using a grown-up computer. Plus, these days, everything is done on the computer, so the child gets a head start on figuring out how to type on the computer.
by Ramiro, TX on Sep 25, 2009
I bought this product for my 4 years old daughter some time ago and it's great, she is getting a lot from the toys. I would recommend this toys to my friends.
by Caroline, CA on Dec 8, 2008