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Learning with the VTech Innotab 3 Learning Tablet and a Giveaway!

A few weeks ago I was asked if I would be willing to try out the VTech Innotab 3 Learning Tablet.
My youngest daughter was so excited and could not wait to receive it.  Luckily it did not disappoint.  It is a trendy fun learning device.
She enjoys the drawing and coloring feature. It has educational games,creative activities and reading skills while emphasizing fun, all in a compact tablet at an affordable price, making it a great first learning tablet for kids! 
The camera is really cool and she can download and play her music on it.
She was excited about the E Reader, which will help her with her reading progress.
We received a free game download when we registered the device. She picked out a fun spelling game.
So far she has really enjoyed it and I love that it is so kid friendly and durable.  

·         The InnoTab® 3 combines educational games, creative activities and reading skills in a child-friendly, multi-function, touch screen tablet to make learning fun.
·         Compact and lightweight design with 4.3” color touch screen, new directional pad and tilt sensor
·         2.0 megapixel, 180° rotating camera with more than 55 photo features and special effects
·         Four different media players: e-book reader, MP3 music player, photo viewer and video player
·         Includes 16 exciting apps such as:
o    “What’s that Noise?” e-book
o   WonderCam, which uses the camera to add special effects, funny faces and photo frames to pictures
o   Magical Bean Stalk, a growing game lets kids harvest and collect beans from their beanstalk
o   Color & Pop, a coloring book activity that makes coloring pages come to life
o   H2O Go! a directional pad game that teaches science concepts
o   Hundreds of downloads are available via the Learning Lodge™ to enhance learning fun

The Learning Lodge™
·         The Learning Lodge™ features more than 350 educational games, e-books, music and videos developed specifically for each child’s unique stage of development and will nearly double its current selection by the end of the year.
·         The broad library of subjects includes reading, math, social studies, science, creativity, problem solving and so much more!
·         Starting with activities suitable for toddlers and expanding to grade schoolers, the Learning Lodge™ gives every child an opportunity to expand their learning potential while keeping them entertained.
·         Featured throughout the downloads and software cartridges are popular characters from Monsters University®, Turbo®, Planes®, Doc McStuffins®, Sofia the First®, Jake & the Never Land Pirates, Mike the Knight™, Angelina Ballerina®, Team Umizoomi™, Dora the Explorer™, Thomas & Friends®, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles®, Sesame Street and many more.
·         Parents can track their child’s progress through the Learning Lodge™ Progress Log, offer encouragement and share in their pride when kids reach new learning milestones.
Now for the really good news....
VTech has graciously offered to give me a VTech® InnoTab 3® Learning Tablet
to giveaway to one lucky reader!!
Enter below. Contest ends on September 18th.
Good Luck! 

Disclosure: This product was given to me to review by VTech.  All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Good grief, that looks like fun! I think she's liking it, huh :-)

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  2. I think my child would totally enjoy the reading feature. The fact that they can watch the story as it is read and enabling them to go at their own pace by touching the words is a big plus. The world begins with reading!

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  3. That looks like so much fun. My boys would love it! Thanks for sharing all you do!!

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  4. I think Ian would like the e books. They would be great to take to the doctors offices and other appointments! Ian is turning 3 next week. It would make a great birthday present!!!

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  5. I see several popular characters in the available apps that mine would love. The best thing about this is that it is real technology built sturdy enough for kids.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  6. i love the art studio :)

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  7. My daughter would like all the characters from her favorite shows

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  8. I love that it has so many features in one and it's educational.

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  9. I think my son would most enjoy the 2.0 megapixel, 180° rotating camera with more than 55 photo features and special effects

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  10. H2o go, my daughter loves science

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  11. I think my kids would love the camera and video player. amypugmire@live.com

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  12. the magical bean stalk app would be fun for her

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  13. I like the large color screen and swivel camera.

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  14. I like the large color screen and swivel camera.

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  15. Oh Carter would LOVE the 2.0 megapixel, 180° rotating camera with more than 55 photo features and special effects! He loves to try to use our camera to take pictures!

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  16. My kids would love having a camera that they can use.

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  17. i love that theree are educational games.. she would love that it is "hers"

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  18. My daughter would love the ebook or the rotating camera. What a fun giveaway!

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  19. Motion Games
    Tilt or shake the InnoTab 3 to play games with motion-sensing technology.

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