About this item
- Have playful pretend phone conversations with Scout, get voicemail messages and hear ringtones.
- Press the light-up number buttons and count along with Scout from 0-10.
- Press the video button to watch adorable videos about Scout's day.
- While watching videos, react to them with emojis just like popular social media sites.
- Choose between a guessing game or a numbers matching game.
Say hello to Scout on the Chat & Count Emoji Phone! Similar to a smart phone, but built just for toddlers, this toy phone lets children call Scout, have playful conversations and receive pretend phone calls and voicemail messages. Explore numbers 0-10 with animations featuring a bunch of objects to count. Kids can even watch cute videos featuring Scout, and add emojis just like on social media sites. Dial up the exciting pretend play.
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 1.04 inches (L) x 2.79 inches (W) x 5.79 inches (H)
Suggested Age: 1.5-4 Years
Weight: .36 pounds
Educational Focus: Creative Thinking, Letters and Numbers, fine motor skills, animals, Shapes and Colors, Social Skills, sensory development, memory skills
Battery: 3 AAA Zinc carbon, Required, included
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-4708
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Most helpful positive reviews
5 out of 5 stars
Eia41987 — 4 months ago
My son, almost 2 y/o, loves this phone. He has recently started holding everything up to his ear, pretending to talk on the phone. Since we gave it to him, he has not put it down. There were 3 other baby phone options in the store. The FIsher Price and Elmo phones were very basic, which is fine, but...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
jaydeesmom — 2 months ago
Bought this for my son that is a couple months this over 1 and since he loved playing with my phone this was a very good replacement for him. He enjoys the music and holds it up to his face like hes calling sometimes. It's cute. Its entertaining enough for a 15 month old.see moreof the reviewer's review