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Smithsonian Kids Dino Tablet
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$34.99
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This sleek high-tech looking Smithsonian Kids Dino Tablet features 21 smooth touch-sensitive icons with 4 fun games to teach young ones all about 15 dinosaurs. In Discovery Mode, kids learn the meaning of their names, the sounds they make, what they ate and lots of fun facts. In Quiz Mode, kids find the requested dinosaur, or answer True/False questions. Tablet takes two AA batteries (included). Comes with an instruction manual. Intended for ages 4 and older. Made in China. This Smithsonian Kids Dino Tablet was the winner of the 2012 Creative Child Awards Program as GAME OF THE YEAR in the Educational Electronic Games category.
The cast skeletons of Jurassic titans—including the herbivore Triceratops and the carnivore Tyrannosaurus rex—face off in our National Museum of Natural History’s Dinosaur Hall, which also features an extensive collection of fossilized skeletons and cast models. The Triceratops exhibit uses scanning and digital technology to show the first accurate dinosaur skeleton in virtual motion.
8"l. x 8"w. x 1.5"h.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By cramer
Vancouver, WA
November 11, 2015
5.05
"This is a gift for a very bright 3 1/2 year old who carries on scientific conversations about dinosaurs with anyone who is interested, including his friends. I predict he will love this. It engages adults, too, which means he and his parents will probably play with it together. He is on the young end of the age recommendation, but this toy will be "right" for him, I'm quite sure."
By Dee
Minneapolis
December 03, 2014
3.05
"I was disappointed to find the speaker was on the back. For young ones, it would be more clear If they could have the sound coming directly to them. Understanding of the words would be easier."
By CY
Tennessee
April 25, 2014
4.05
"My son loves learning about all the different dinosaur facts."
By Wise Jack
Ohio
December 30, 2013
3.05
"The Dino Tablet is definitely a kid's toy with limited play value. Once a child has pushed all the buttons and exercised the functions there is nothing new he/she can do with it. One plus, some of the facts presented are unusual and interesting. It would be a value at about one-half the price."
By Lee-Lee
Baltimore, MD
December 26, 2013
5.05
"Granddaughter loved it. Her mother was impressed by educational component."