Here is a short examination of 2 great toys that you have the opportunity to acquire for your children for their anniversary, for Christmas or for whatever occasion you may think of. I selected one relatively expensive toy, and a really cheap one, so I would cover both "types of wallets" for parents.
Number one, discover the VTech Tote and Go Laptop, a great learning toy for preschoolers. The notion of a children's laptop was put into practice a few years ago, and you might say it was a very good idea, as it's evident that because the exponential growth of the numbers of personal computers all over the world, kids need to be introduced to the 21st century technology as soon as possible, in order for them to be familiar with the idea of the laptop when they start needing it for school or for their own projects.
The Vtech Tote and Go Laptop is rather simple, and that's the reason it's so cheap (about 20$). It is brightly colored (the toy computer comes in different colors, for girls and boys alike) and it's got a genuine keyboard, and a real display screen. It sings sing-along tunes and helps the kid learn stuff about fruit, the ABCs, and even writing and basic mathematics. All in all, this is an excellent gift for the children, as it is for learning, as well as for playing!
On the other hand, the Fisher Price Power Wheels Jeep Hurricane is a "roaring" monster that will surely have your kid experience the ride of their lifetimes! It's a genuine jeep, with a motor which uses electric current to run, “fueled” by a rechargeable 12 Volt battery. It has a speed limitation switch that will not allow your offspring to drive faster than two and a half mph, until he or she gets the hang of it and you turn the switch off to allow the jeep go with its top speed. Fisher Price also thought of a special circuit that automatically puts the vehicle to a halt when sensors detect that the kid doesn't push the pedal anymore. 5 miles/hour doesn't sound like much, but be prudent and do not allow your children maneuver this toy car without supervision, due to the fact that they are too young to know they could cause mishaps which at times may result in injury. That's why you are not recommended to let them play close to swimming pools and on alleys where real vehicles pass by, regardless if you live in a quiet region with thin traffic.
And keep in mind the fact that no matter which product you choose, you will get a lot more than you bargained for. Sounds cheesy but the following line is applicable: the happiness of a kid is priceless!
Watch them in action:
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