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ãToddlers Development Educational Toysã-This interactive alphabet poster can help your child enhance letter recognition and early vocabulary learning ability, and develop new skills needed for preschool and beyond.Toddlers can learn letters, word associations, numbers, cars, fruits, animals.
ãBest preschool giftã-This children's music education poster is very suitable for preschool and kindergarten. Colorful letters and music will attract children to participate in interactive learning activities. It is the best learning resource for children aged 1-7. Frustration-free packaging means it can be easily opened in the gift box
ãEasy to use, waterproof, wipeableã-Hang the e-learning poster toy on the wall or floor, and press the switch button to learn easily. You can easily adjust the volume, press the "repeat" button to repeat the nursery rhyme. In addition, children can use water-based markers to take notes and wipe them with a damp cloth. Will not leave any traces due to wiping.
ãBattery not includedãâ 3*AAA batteries are required (not included), you can go to the nearby store to buy. When it lasts for 3 minutes and is not needed, it will automatically shut down to extend battery life. Suitable for children from 1 to 7 years old.
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