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  • Fun-2-Learn Cell Phone
  • This phone helps kids learn important phone numbers
  • Gabby¿, an interactive phone friend, will help your child learn them along with the alphabet, counting and more
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Item Weight340 g
Product Dimensions24.1 x 17.8 x 5.8 cm
Item model numberK4080
  
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ASINB000LT2IDM
Best Sellers Rank 429,101 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight340 g
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Date First Available20 Oct. 2012
  
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Fun-2-Learn Cell Phone [Toy]

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 July 2010
I bought this for my youngest's fourth birthday.
He's very happy with it. It makes lots of
different noises and he can pretend to call people
and take photos.
However, it repeatedly tells him that the
emergency number is 911, and this
cannot be changed.
It is also designed to teach phone numbers
but cannot be programmed with UK-style
numbers. So we can't use that feature at all.
There are plenty of better toy phones out there.
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Amazon.com: 17 reviews
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
even fun for a young toddler 1 Dec. 2007
By Mom - Published on Amazon.com
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We got this cell phone for our young toddler (I think he was 13 months at the time) in order to keep him occupied in the car when very few things did. It's one of the few things that will keep him engaged for about 10-15 minutes (which is all I can ask for with him!). Although the learning modes are clearly for older children (like learning how to key in 911 and such), he likes the interactive graphics and many different sounds he gets by pressing all the different buttons. So, it doesn't hold too much educational value for him now (he's 18 months), but definitely will when he gets older. He has throw it down in the car many many times and it hasn't damaged it at all. This phone has stayed in our car in high heat and cold temperatures and so far has resisted damage.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Wish it did a little more 26 Dec. 2007
By J. Downey - Published on Amazon.com
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My 2 year old son loves this phone because it talks to him and makes all kinds of noise. I however, wish that when you program in phone numbers that the phone would actually recite them back or teach the phone number in some way. The way it works though, is that the child has to know the phone number first and then play the little guessing game. The phone will provide the child with the first 1-2 digits of a phone number and then the child has to know the rest and enter them in. I wish that there was a button that says "Your home number is ___-____" so that it is actually teaching him the number. Instead its just another play phone that he has a bunch of already. So thats disappointing.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
good teaching phone 29 Dec. 2007
By C. Pierre - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this phone for my 3 1/2 year old so he can learn our cell and home phone numbers in case of emergency. First I was considering the Learning Resources Teaching Phone, but the cell phone style and price of this phone was more appealing. The phone stores up to 3 phone numbers, which you can easily program (it gives you several choices which phone number to store it as, e.g. home phone, cell phone). In the learning mode it will then ask you "what's your cell phone number" providing the first digit and the child is supposed to enter the rest. I agree with the other reviewer that it would be nice if the phone would recite the number, or at least give hints. I think I will solve the problem by writing our phone number on a notecard for my son until he knows them better... this way he still learns how to key the numbers in.
Maybe someone can help me with this, but it seems that once you programmed e.g. two phone numbers, there is no delete function to erase one of them (you can only overwrite it with a new number) - I wish I had only programmed one phone number .... would be less confusing. (Hmmm maybe reinserting the batteries might help ...I'll try that).
There are some other play features like taking a picture (and it shows you a random graphic), selecting a ringtone, playing an abc game (a lowercase letter "flies" by and the child has to press the correct button before it disappears), and a "911" learning mode. Overall I think it's a good buy as it does more than other phones out there.
If you are looking for a cute basic phone for your baby (6 months +) that records your voice try K's Kids Mom's on the Phone (comes in various characters).
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
One of the better toy cell phones out there 24 May 2009
By C. M. Leung - Published on Amazon.com
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My first test was after I saw it on the shelf at Target (which has it for much less than what is advertised here on Amazon) and I handed it to my 15 month old who was sitting in his stroller. He played with it for at least 15 minutes while it was still in the box. That was a pretty good indicator that it would be a keeper. In comparison to his other play cell phones this one has much more features to keep him entertained. The "camera" feature is nice because it shows a picture and makes a shutter sound to make them think they are taking their own pictures. The "ring tones" are not obnoxious and make him think his phone is realy ringing. The games are a little too advanced for him now, but I can see this toy as something he will continue to play with as he gets older. I haven't played with the program your home number feature so I don't know how that will turn out. I am hiding this one until our flight to Hawaii when I will bring it out on the plane and hope it holds his attention for a while!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Cell Phone Fun 14 Jan. 2008
By Joan S. Garber - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this as a Christmas gift for my grandson, and the only improvement I suggest would be to make the audible sounds louder. He wasn't particularly interested in what it was telling him, and it wasn't loud enough for any of us to help him. But, he knew exactly what it was and could operate it closing and opening it.
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