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Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Binoculars

Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Binoculars

  • Explore the world with your very own set of kid tough binoculars
  • Manual interocular adjusting makes it easier for kids to see
  • Rubberized eye pieces and lens covers are comfortable and convenient
  • See far distances with a built-in manual focus
  • Neck strap allows kids to take their favorite binoculars wherever they go

Tough enough for little explorers, with 2.4x magnification and rubberized lens guard bumpers. Soft eye-pieces, adjustable eye-piece spacing, breakaway neck strap and textured hand grips and focus knob make these binoculars safe, easy and fun for k

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
From Maryland to Montana, August 24, 2010
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My husband and I invested in the best binoculars we could afford. Our two-year-old grandson always wanted to play with them, but he is not ready to take care of them. I bought the toy binoculars so he would have a pair to take on a family trip to Montana. I gave them to him before we left home, in Maryland. He put them on, and announced that he could see Montana. He loved them so much, he took them to bed.

The binoculars look and feel like real ones. They enlarge an image 250%. They have a textured grip, and best of all, a break-away strap to prevent choking. This pair has been dropped, banged against hard surfaces, and worn in the bath tub. For eleven days, they have been subject to intense use and they have survived. A pretty-smart little boy thought they were so special, he didn’t even ask for the real ones.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Durable, good for smaller kids, February 19, 2010
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I see that the age range on these is 36 months to 8 years. I think an older kid (older than 7) might be disappointed with these, but my 36-month-old is in love with them. I got them for her after she played (a LOT) with a real pair, and seemed to enjoy trying to find things with them outside.

They’re a solid pair of preschool binoculars. We have a kid-tough camera too, and it’s also pretty indestructible. This is not going to be the best pair of binoculars that you ever get your kid, but they do work, and they’re adjustable-width, adjustable-focus. Only one color combination (unlike the camera, which seems to come in boy or girl colors), but that wasn’t a concern for us. They serve their purpose well.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Adventures with binoculars, June 12, 2010
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These were a big hit for my 4 yr old grandson. We go on adventure walks through the neighborhood, and he usually wants to bring them, to check out things he can’t otherwise see, He even enjoys looking through the “wrong” end for a different perspective of the world. Great way to look for bugs or birds hiding in trees, or to see leaves up close on tall trees.

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Animal Yahtzee – by HABA Reviews

Animal Yahtzee – by HABA

  • AKA Tier-Yatzi
  • Age range: 5 and up / Number of players: 2 to 4
  • Manufacturer: Haba USA

Whoever collects many monkeys, tigers or camels can score lots of points in this classic critter game of dice. For 2-4 players.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fun Take on the Classic Game for Younger Children, January 6, 2010
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We put this in my 4 year old daughter’s stocking this year for Christmas, and we’ve gotten a great deal of play out of it since. It’s a great deal of fun to play because, with only minimal assistance and suggestions, my daughter can rely on luck, which puts the two of us on a level playing field. I don’t have to ‘dumb down’ my playing to give her a fighting chance, which makes it more fun for me too!

The game plays pretty much like the classic game of Yahtzee. There’s a pad of paper with a similar layout to the Yahtzee scoring system, only replaced with animals, and symbolic shapes to signify the ‘full house’ and other scoring combinations. We actually play without the second half of the sheet, only playing the top half of the sheet because it overwhelms my four year old. The scoring is a little different also, with the bottom half of the sheet being mostly lower-scoring combinations versus that being the big payday in original Yahtzee.

There are five dice with six animals; a puma, an elephant, a camel, a snake, a baboon, and a parrot. Each is color-coded for ease of recognition, and matching with the scoring sheet.

Even my not-quite two year old can get in on the fun with this one, which is nice because she so often gets excluded from games to a great extent. All of our card games are too old for her, Animal upon Animal requires too much skill, and Sochen Zochen is just beyond her capabilities. But with this one she can get her turn rolling the dice and feel like she’s a ‘part of the game’ even if she isn’t really aware of scoring or the actual gameplay. She really likes the baboons on the dice 🙂

The tin makes nice storage, and is used for rolling the dice in as well, and it does come with four small pencils, which seemed to mark up the dice terribly. They need their own separate bag, as the dice needed a really good cleaning first time we opened the game.

All told, this is a great game, in a perfect, durable small package (great for taking on vacation!), with playing possibilities for a large range of ages. I highly recommend it.

Also, if you are concerned with country of origin, the game and its pieces are made in Germany.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great little game, February 11, 2009
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Yes, this game is very small. All of the pieces fit inside the tin, which is used as the cup for the dice, which is a brilliant idea. My three girls 3,5, and 11 all enjoy this game. My younger two don’t understand the scoring aspect, but still enjoy this game; while my 11 year old is able to understand the scoring and pick the best use of her rolls. We are a gaming family, and play a game before bedtime every night. We play this game probably once every other week, it’s not an absolute favorite but still well liked. However, my youngest is fairly sensitive to sound, this game is pretty loud (shaking wooden dice in a tin can!) Otherwise, we would probably play it more often.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great for young kids, March 8, 2007
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This is a fun game for pre-math children, but anyone of any age can enjoy it. Plays just like Yahtzee but with animals on the dice instead of numbers.

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Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera – Blue

Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Digital Camera – Blue

  • Kid-Tough and built to survive drop, after drop, after drop
  • Features easy and child friendly controls
  • Features: 1.44 TFT colored screen, Inbuilt memory that stores over 1000+picures, 0.3 mega pixel imager, 4x digital zoom
  • Enhanced imager for good low light performance
  • Add fun special effects with downloadable software

Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop. Features easy and child friendly controls. Also features: 1.44? TFT colored screen, Inbuilt memory that stores over 1000+picures, 0.3 mega pixel imager, 4x digital zoom and more. Enhanced imager for good

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114 of 114 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Now every kid wants one, September 3, 2011
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A cousin of mine had one and loved it, so I bought one for my 3-year-old son. He loves it. Since then, several other cousins, after seeing ours being used, have bought them. It’s catchy.

I just happened to throw it in, when we went to a wedding reception and that kept my son entertained the whole night. I had so many comments about how cute it was that he was taking pictures too. He taught the other kids there, how to use it. They took pictures of each other. It was really interesting to see what he wanted to take pictures of. And, I had some decent pictures of the evening to keep.

As far as the quality of the pictures….not real great. It takes ok in low light. You have to be at just the right distance for it to turn out. Many of the pictures are fuzzy. Part of the fault lies in that a 3-year-old is taking the pictures, but even when I take them, they aren’t as good as my adult camera. But that’s obvious; it is built as a toy and to withstand a kid dropping it. My son hasn’t once asked for the pictures that he took. He doesn’t care about that part. He just wants to take the pictures. Much to my dismay, he actually has fun erasing them too. I wanted some of those pictures!!

Don’t buy this to get great pictures. Buy it because kids have great fun with it and it teaches them how to handle a real camera in the future. When they prove they are responsible and with your supervision, give them an old camera of yours.

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
The camera was a hugh hit, November 4, 2011
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The camera takes really good photos and is easy to down load to another source. My great nephew who’s 5 just thinks it’s great. Prefect gift.

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
4yr old photographer, November 2, 2011
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I feel like a kid at Christmas time. My 4yr old loves to play with one of my old digital camera’s but he wants it to take pictures just like MOMMy’s. I already can’t wait to see his face on Christmas morning when he gets his very own digital camera. Not only will he love it but it will keep him occupied while we visit friends and family. He’s happy I’m happy it’s a winner.

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