Fun set of three realistic coloured gadgets, My First Gadget set means your baby can have their own phone, keys and remote control to enjoy. My First Gadget Set is a fun play smart phone, key fob and remote control. And it is a dream come true for gadget-crazy babies. The key ring has lights that come on when your baby presses the button. The smart phone rings, lights up and plays different sounds when the buttons are pressed. And the remote control makes fun sounds and has three different language modes: English, French and Spanish. My First Gadget Set is fun for your baby to play with at home or when they’re in their pushchair. It also might keep your young child’s lovely little fingers away from your phone, car keys and TV remote, as these are much more fun. Great for your child’s development: Exploring toys with their hands and using their fingers to press buttons manipulate toys is a fun way for your toddler to develop fine motor skills, which are so useful for dressing, drawing and writing later on. Pretending they’re on the phone, copying how they’ve seen you using a TV remote and playing with keys are a good early introduction to imaginative play for your baby. This kind of toy helps young children discover the world around them, as they learn by copying what they see. ELC star quality: We love My First Gadget Set because it’s what parents have wished for for ages – and a dream come true for their gadget-mad toddlers. These fun and portable toys are great fun for little hands to explore and enjoy. Mimicking how they see grown-ups use their phone, remote and key fob is great fun for your young child. And of course, you might now get your own keys, remote and phone back from your little one now they have their very own to play with. What you need to know: Pack contents: Play remote control, key ring with keys and smart phone. Other toys and accessories available separately. Lights and sounds Batteries: Needs 6 x AA batteries.
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