Learning Tablets for Children

  bella123 10:57 05 Dec 2012
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I want to get my 5 year old daughter a learning tablet for Christmas. A few of her friends have the VTech Innotab 2 so I have been researching about those when I came across the LeapPad 2. Which is best and are there any main differences that should make me get either one.

  Chronos the 2nd 11:50 05 Dec 2012

Looking about the net the Leap Pad 2 usually comes out on top for build quality,which is what you want,I think, in a child's toy ,or whatever you would call it.

There is quite a bit of good comments here Google. Have a look and see what you think.

  bella123 11:59 05 Dec 2012

Thankyou! I will have a look at them know :)

  mole1944 14:05 05 Dec 2012

Grandson has an ipod2 his got him and he's only three,he has no problem useing it,and before someone says he's restricted using it to about 30 minutes total a week.

  rdave13 21:41 19 Jan 2013

I know that time of year has long passed but I don't believe in these 'children's' type of computers. They're crippled and not what the child will need at a later stage. Buy a proper one that the child can learn on but always under supervision.

  rdave13 21:43 19 Jan 2013

PS, they might show you a thing or two as they take to these machines as ducks to water... :)

  difarn 07:35 20 Jan 2013

rdave13

I agree absolutely with your comments.

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