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Educational Insights Hot Dots Jr. Getting Ready for School!

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Prepare your preschooler for academic success with the Hot Dots Jr. Getting Ready for School Set! Ace-the Talking, Teaching Dog pen brings 160 early learning lessons to life, providing immediate audio and visual feedback to encourage little learners. Ace-the Talking, Teaching Dog pen requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).
Dimensions (Overall): 2.25 inches (L) x 9 inches (W) x .5 inches thick
Weight: .5 pounds
Material: Paper
Includes: Books
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Screen Resolution: No screen
Grade Level: Preschool
Operating System Compatibility: Windows
Learning Platform: Educational Insights
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Language: English
Screen Size: .01 inches
Educational Focus: Reading
Battery: 2 AA, Required, not included
TCIN: 50053336
UPC: 086002061065
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-1861
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$27.99

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Pen isn't always right

(would not recommend)
2 out of 5 stars
Dreidel 16 days ago
I love the idea of this and was really excited to try it with my children. My son gets very frustrated with the pen because it isn't always right. I watch my son pick the right answers and the pen says he's wrong all the time. The whole point of this is to be a fun way to learn and by not working co...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Not a good choice

(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
MarwaH 1 year ago
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This set is worthless to my 3 year old who tends to learn better from outside resource rather than listen to my directions. The fact that the pen says nothing except correct/ incorrect makes the lessons useless. My daughter wants to hear the name of whatever object, letter, number, or shape rather t...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Good for little ones who want to do "school" too.

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
happylhomemaker 1 year ago
We homeschool and lately the 3 year old (3-1/2 really) has been wanting to do school, but with the busyness of Christmas, his "school" has kind of fallen off the radar. Instead of just reading to him, we've been doing these a few mornings and week and he has been loving it. He absorbs a lot just int...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Hot Dog Junior

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
etford 1 year ago
Giving for a gift I think this will be a great helper in helping child to learn.
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Educational and Fun

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
Dawn B 1 year ago
We love this product. It works as a refresher for my eldest who is in Kindergarten and my youngest who is just beginning to become interested in learning. The only thing that I wish that came with it was something to hold all the cards and maybe another reader other than Ace. We have about ten of hi...see moreof the reviewer's review
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School Prep

(would recommend)
5 out of 5 stars
Nicole 1 year ago
My 5 year old really enjoyed these cards, it is cute product and covers a lot of information. There are 80 double sided cards and they get jumbled up and scattered all over the table- I wish they were in a spiral bound folder or something. Other than that, it was a big hit and everything worked perf...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Great Educational Tool

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
Sis 1 year ago
Great learning tool for my 4 year old son who will be starting kindergarten soon!see moreof the reviewer's review
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Fun for awhile.

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
Mom of five 2 years ago
My 3 year old loved it but did not want to go along with what it said. He just wanted to push the dots. The older kids had fun with it once and then it got put aside.see moreof the reviewer's review
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