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It looks like a Jedi light saber (and surely more than one Star Wars fan will play with it as such), but this unique and colorful toy is actually a snappy way to master addition.
Create addition problems by turning and spinning the dials. Then, with a click of a button, an LCD display screen lets you see and hear the correct answer.
Catchy music makes learning fun, and a friendly, cartoonish voice repeats the answer, then encourages and congratulates with each success.
Included are simple instructions that make learning and using easy.
This cool tool can be used to build math equations, self-test, learn addition tables in sequence, or be tested with random equations (the toy also gently introduces subtraction). Made of hard plastic, this item is extremely portable and has automatic shut-off. It is somewhat loud, however, so it's not appropriate for quieter environments. --Tom Keogh
Who wouldn't want to twist and shout their way to learning addition tables from 1-12. It's fun, it's lively and the learning is done to a toe-tapping musical beat. Kids groove and move their way through four games, each with a teach" and a quiz mode. Then they twist the number dial to solve the equation and hit it to select an answer. Answers are heard and seen on the LCD screen. It also introduces subtraction.
This toy called Little Tikes Summer Adventures Twist 'n Spray comes in different colors. The one in the picture is blue and yellow but the one I have is yellow and red. It is small and cute. It is about 6" long and the front is 3.25" in diameter with 4 spray settings. You can rotate the top and change the setting. It is on sale at a discounted price right now.
Little Tikes Summer Adventures Twist 'n Spray features:
- 4 different nozzle settings
Little Tikes Summer Adventures Twist 'n Spray Description
Have summer fun with this toddler hose attachment. Hook it up to the garden hose and use four different hose jets to spray.