With all the technology around and for those that are lucky enough to have iPods, iPads, DS Lights and more, it leaves the younger ones feeling left out. My youngest likes to play with my iPod and I cringe because she might drop and break it and she has inadvertently learned how to delete. She also likes to play with her older sister's DS Light and is always losing the games which starts a war in our house. I want a product that is safe, fun and durable for her and I don't want it to be my toys! Then, I learned about the K-Magie K's Kids Movie and Game Interactive Console
and was thrilled with the chance to review this cool new toy.
If you are like me, you never even heard of the K-Magic. It's a powerhouse full of fun for your little toddler. There are cartoons, educational games, music for babies and first words to play on the easy to maneuver console. It's also great for babies as you can see from my picture! It has a 3.5 inch screen that is vivid and bright, it's portable and comes with its own case. It's ideal for traveling as I've seen so many parents post on Facebook and Twitter wanting ideas to keep their little one's entertained on long trips and this is it!
It's colorful which as anyone knows, kids love colors and lights. Between the interaction of pushing buttons, hearing the sounds and music and watching the screen, it's a great all in one toy for any child up to six. My eight year old even took a peek at it and was playing it when no one was looking.
Here are some additional features:
- Adjustable handle
- On/off power switch and language selector
- Slot that allows for easy access in putting in and removing the Magic Cards
- Volume control <- a must have for any parent
- Grip pads on the side to help their little fingers and hands hold the console which is lightweight
- An easy "Home" button
- Built in stereo speakers
- Rubber stands to hold up if preferred
- Supports multiple languages
The K-Magic comes with the Magic Cards to include a variety of different types of entertainment. There are also 20 built in cartoons at five minutes in length covering subjects such as discipline, education and creativity. You can view a sample here. The Magic Cards include learning games that include visual, senses, observation and logic with three levels of challenging. It's also first in market for babies aged 2 - 5.
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