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InnoTab 2 is a multi-media learning handheld combining educational games, fun activities and e-books on a multi-functional touch-screen tablet. Children can develop core skills in reading, spelling, maths, logic and creativity with the many included activities.
InnoTab is a multi-media educational tablet for children aged 4-9 that combines interactive and animated reading, learning games, creative activities and a rich collection of applications. It features a 5” colour touch screen, a tilt-sensor for game control, as well as interfaces for USB, SD card and a headphone jack; all housed in a sleek, kid-tough and compact design for easy portability.
Now also includes a rotating self-portrait camera and microphone for enhanced game play. Plus parents can download additional games and learning apps from their computer. Features a 5” LCD touch screen and g-sensor. Includes USB cable. (SD card required for downloads, not included)
Developmental Benefits Include:
·         Cognitive Development:  stimulates critical thinking through memory and logic games. 
·         Basic Maths Skills: develops counting and number identification.
·         Visualisation and Memory: engaging graphics & visualisation activities develop memory. 
·         Problem Solving: develops logic skills and strategic thinking through memory. 
·         Language Development: Introduces the alphabet, letter sounds and vocabulary.
·         Reading Development: Improve speed, fluency and expression when reading. 
 

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InnoTab 2 is a multi-media learning handheld combining educational games, fun activities and e-books on a multi-functional touch-screen tablet. Children can develop core skills in reading, spelling, maths...
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