Thursday, 29 November 2012

Learning Resources Teaching Cash Register Review

Cash in on basic math and money management skills with this talking, interactive cash register. Little learners can practice coin identification, addition, subtraction and place value through four featured games. Games increase in difficulty as players advance their math skill levels. Perfect for pretend play exercises and learning basic calculator skills. Features: Transactions are rewarded with lights, sounds and voice messages. Coin reader identifies real and included plastic play coins. Checkout scanner comes with realistic sounds. Real working scale. Large LCD screen shows real transactions with big, easy-to-read numbers. Ability to check coin total. Automatic shut-off saves batteries and reminds kids to "Come and play again." Requires 3 "C" alkaline batteries (not included). Awards: Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award (2003-04), Oppenheim Toy Portfolio SNAP Award (Special Needs Adapted Products (2003-04), Gold Award Winner-National Parenting Publications Awards for Children's Resources(NAPPA-2003-Tech Toys).

Product Features :

  • Rewards transactions with lights, sounds and voice messages
  • Holds actual-size money and includes play coins and bills, coupon and credit card
  • Features a built-in scanner, scale and coin slot
  • Helps children practice coin recognition, addition, subtraction and place value with 4 engaging games
  • Prolongs battery life with automatic shut-off feature
Best toy register I've seen!
I got this cash register for my daughter when she started learning about money at school. She is 8 now and still loves playing "store" with her 5 yr. old brother. We've had it well over a year and haven't even had to replace batteries yet. It is durable and fun. The electronic voice is very easy to understand and all the buttons function as they should. I highly recommend this toy.

Fun and Learning
Bought this for my 5 year old. Both he and my 7 year old have enjoyed playing with it. They especially like the silly things it does, like sometimes telling them their credit card has been declined, etc. Seems well constructed and has some good learning games, too.

A gift that keeps on giving
This was given to Matthew when he was about 3 or 4. He loved the sounds, the money, and being able to "scan". He continued to play with this until he was about 8 or 9 (he's 10 now) and really enjoyed the math games.

His little sister is now 3 and is playing with the same register, so it hold up well. The kids love this thing. My sister brought her granddaughter over one afternoon and when she wouldn't stop playing with it, decided she needed one and bought one and it's also still in use 3 years later.

I cannot tell you how many kids have fallen in love with this thing prompting their parents to get one of their own.

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