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Fisher-Price Think and Learn Smart Cycle

Item# 210-52128829-AF | Model# 52128829 | Added on November 1, 2017 |
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Fisher-Price Think and Learn Smart Cycle
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"Pedal into learning fun with the Fisher-Price Think and Learn Smart Cycle, where kids are in control of all the action and the more kids pedal, the more they can learn! Smart Cycle is equipped with Bluetooth Technology, so kids can play cool games on a tablet or TV screen for a fully immersive experience! (Check list of compatible devices below.) Games focus on skills preschoolers will need as they head into kindergarten—here's just a start of what they can learn: Letters and Phonics: Games like ""Alphaballoons"" prompt kids to find the starting letter of items they see on screen (""Buh-buh-ball!"") As your child gains success, the words get trickier, which helps keep them growing. Spelling and Vocabulary: Kids can fly a drone in ""Drone Zoom"" to collect syllables and spell words or hit a target letter with a beach ball in ""Balloon POP!"" to spell words in Seaside Village. Sound like fun? It is—and it's also setting up a foundation for reading! Reading and Rhyming: Whether they're sorting and categorizing rhyming words at the factory, or finishing sentences in the ""Match-A-Word"" game, they're pedaling, steering and playing their way to bing readers! Get the fun started by downloading the free Smart Cycle Mission to Tech City app, using your tablet or media streaming device (See list of compatible devices below). Then your little gamer can choose one of three destinations and which games they want to play. With more than 15 different levels of play, the Smart Cycle ... read more
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