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Saturday is known as “game day” in my family. My children know there will be a game of some sort, whether it means a trip to the soccer field or football on tv. Sometimes, my two younger children get bored sitting around, though it gets hard to direct my attention to two different places.
Our weekends are the only time my children get screen time. Lucky for them (and me), they each have VTech Innotab Learning Tablets. For birthdays and holidays, they get new educational game cartridges, which keeps the interest level high and the learning higher!
Two new games they love are Learn to Write with Cody & Cora and Go! Go! Smart Wheels® Busy Day in Alphabet Town.
Learn to Write with Cody & Cora: Go on learning adventures with Cody the Smart Cub™ and Cora the Smart Cub™ in Learn to Write with Cody & Cora for InnoTab. Read the e-Book about an adventure Cody and Cora take while writing and spelling words. Learn and develop handwriting skills in a progressive manner with 11 activities and games. Includes a fun e-Book about an adventure with Cody and Cora
Best for ages: 3-6 Years
Go! Go! Smart Wheels® Busy Day in Alphabet Town: It’s a busy day in Alphabet Town and the residents have a lot to do in the Go! Go! Smart Wheels® Busy Day in Alphabet Town game for InnoTab®. Join Casey the Car, Paul the Police Car, Frank the Fire Truck and Cyrus the Cement Mixer as they take you on adventures! Match letters with Casey in the mechanic’s shop. Help Paul examine clues and find missing letters. Listen to letter sounds and help Frank rescue the kittens from the tree.
Best for ages: 2 to 5 Years
Challenge your children and zip past those “boring” games at the same time! There are so many educational opportunities in these cartridges, which will also be compatible with the new InnoTab MAX. My son loves them both, but I think I see him playing the Cody & Cora game more. My daughter has fun with the Busy Day in Alphabet Town, though she is almost 8 years old. These games are easy enough to pose a challenge for my 5 year old, though still interesting to hold my daughter’s attention. I call that a double win!