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Little Learning Pad

product code: 134334

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A realistic-looking touch pad for babies: learn about animals, listen to music or hear fun facts. There are eight different activities to discover- when each picture is touched children can listen to music or learn about letters and animals.

Quick facts:

-Toy touchpad with touch sensitive pretend 'screen'
-8 activities to choose from
-Listen to music or learn about animals and letters
-Helps develop hand to eye coordination.

Great for your child's development:

Great for encouraging language development and getting children to talk about what they are learning, the Learning Pad is ideal for teaching children about cause and effect as they will be beginning to understand that when you press a button it will play a sound or tune.

ELC star quality:

We love the Little Learning Pad because it looks just like a real touchpad, and your little one will feel grown-up while playing and learning with it. It's also a great toy to keep children away from the real thing and children will love mimicking Mum and Dad.

What you need to know:

-Batteries included
-Suitable from 12 months

Playing tips:

Repeat the fun phrases the Little Learning Pad says. Ask which button is the lion, which one is the number '3' and which is the right letter for 'apple'. Then press the button to see if you are right!

Great for:

-Practising our ABCs and learning letters
-Discovering different animals and making lots of animal sounds
-Listening to funny tunes
-Learning about colours

How does this help my child ?

  • Imagination
    Stimulates Senses

    This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.

  • Hand to Eye Coordination
    Hand to Eye Coordination

    This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.

Here's a list of the questions other shoppers have asked owners of the Little Learning Pad

  1. Ali asked on
    When using the alphabet function, does the little learning pad use letter names or letter sounds (phonics)?
    1. Carol replied on
      I bought this as a gift for my grand-daughter, I believe it has letter sounds. She loves it .
  2. caroline asked on
    hi I just want to ask is this suitable for a 2 year old everyone on the reviews has bought it for 1 year olds or should I go for the 3 year old one thanks
    1. Elizabeth replied on
      I bought it for a two-year-old great-grandson, he grabbed it at the time but I suspect doesn't use it much - he already enjoys swiping games and photos on real phones and tablets! If the 3-year-old version is a bit more instant and real it would probably be a better investment but I don'/t remember the description of that one
    2. John replied on
      I bought this item for my two year old grandson, he soon got the hang of it, and 6 months later he still regularly plays with it. I think it has been useful in his learning programme as he loves animals and often visits zoos. I hope this info. will be of use.
  3. sarah asked on
    Is it only the owl that lights up? Cheers for helping?
    1. Sarah replied on
      Yes, its only the owl that lights up (unfortunately).
delivery & returns

This product is available for:

Standard Delivery

Normally delivered within 10-14 days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.

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UK returns

ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 28 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.

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