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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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By Curmudgeon Grandpa
CT
December 17, 2013
5.05
"I bought this for my 5-year-old grandson and I'm sure it will be a big hit!"
By Lee
Mississippi
July 14, 2013
4.05
"I bought this for my 7 year old nephew. He is SO into dinosaurs and has been for several years now that he tends to correct people about dinosaur facts. It is getting more and more difficult to find T-rex iteams for gifts thqt he both doesn't already have and yet are interesting to him. I was afraid this would be to simple a toy for him, too limited. Fortunately it was neither to hard nor easy enough to be boring. He enjoyed it and I am once again the cool aunt."
By mouser
il
January 17, 2013
4.05
"Bought for my grandson's 6th birthday...He loves it!!"
By Hal
delaware
January 10, 2013
2.05
"If you give an incorrect response, it does not give you the correct response but moves on to a new question!"
By Paul
Washington, DC
January 08, 2013
5.05
"The toy is both educational and fun and very easy to use. My five-year old nephew can't put it down!"