4 Ways to Sneak in Learning with Your Holiday Gift

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Let’s face it: Holiday gifts that are both fun and educational are pretty hard to come by. And if it’s something your kids can’t tell is educational, more power to you. This year, our most-wished-for learning toy is VTech’s InnoTab Max, an Android-based tablet that offers extensive expert-supported educational content for those who want their kids to use technology to learn (and, these days, who doesn’t?).

“The tablet has proved to be a welcome way for kids to interact with digital media. Touch interfaces and well-crafted content [are] an easy on-ramp for many children who enjoy and learn through this technology,” said Dr. Eric Klopfer, a member of VTech’s expert panel. “The InnoTab Max continues to provide an age-appropriate, curated experience for younger kids wanting their very own tablet. As the library of carefully chosen Android apps steadily increases, so do the learning and playing opportunities for kids using this system. At the same time, it helps put parents’ minds at ease knowing that the content is appropriate for their kids, and their own personal devices aren’t at risk,” Klopfer adds.

Want to know more? Read on for four reasons why the InnoTab Max is the perfect first tablet for your little one!

Adaptable Design

The VTech InnoTab Max features a tough, kid-friendly cover that’s designed to keep it safe wherever you are. It also acts as a super-sturdy stand, making it easy to use at the table, on the floor or in bed. If your kids crave a more grown-up feel, simply remove the cover and you’re set. Bonus: it comes complete with a sleek, easy-to-hold handle that’s ideal for carrying on the go.

Age-Appropriate Content

The InnoTab Max features a library stocked full of more than 650 expert-supported apps. Whether it’s a creative musical lesson or a little handwriting and letter help, you’ll find age-appropriate options across the board. Plus, every piece of content includes a recommended age and grade range for your child’s unique needs. Even more, new apps allow kids to have fun while learning with characters form their favorite movies and TV shows like Disney’s Frozen (TM) and Miles From Tomorrowland (TM) and Nickelodeons’ Dora and Friends (TM) and PAW Patrol (TM).

4 Ways to Sneak Learning in with Your Holiday Gift

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Android Content

Thanks to its ever-expanding selection of educator-supported apps, the VTech InnoTab does more than what meets the eye. Simply register your InnoTab Max and select your choice of a free Toca Boca app. From learning the ins and outs of veterinary science and pet care, to experimenting with the periodic tables and the elements, there’s something for every unique personality. Oh, and the fun doesn’t stop there—more award-winning apps are heading your way soon!

Family Friendly Capabilities

The VTech InnoTab Max features the innovative Kid Connect app, which allows your little ones to exchange text and voice messages, photos, drawings and fun stickers with other smart phones. It was also recently enhanced with new features, such as group chats, multi-player games and family bulletin, where family members can post messages, photos, greeting cards and more. We especially love its 180-degree rotating camera—it’s the perfect way for your little one to share photos with distant friends and family.

Convinced? We knew you’d be! The VTech InnoTab Max is not only fun, but it’s the safest way to give your child a jump on technology as a learning tool. To learn more, visit: VTech

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