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Baby Product Reviews

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.
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A homework helper for younger spellers

The Franklin KID-1240 Children’s Talking Dictionary & Spell Corrector, currently available for under $50 at Amazon.com, offers personalized greetings, phonetic spell corrections, a rhyme finder, and 5 word-building games that include different skills levels.

Geared to children ages 6 and up, the unit runs on 4 AAA batteries (not included) and comes with 44,000 vocabulary words, as well as a guide to writing cursive for little hands. [Read more...]

For your budding Buddy Rich

VTech’s Kidibeat Drum Set, available on Amazon.com for under $20, provides little ones with hours of jamming, fun and learning.

The drum set works in three modes: free-style, playing along with nine pre-set songs (the drums light up as a learning guide to the songs), and learning about letters and numbers through structured play. [Read more...]

Smart Watch for Smart Kids

VTech’s Kidizoom Smartwatch, selling for around $50, isn’t just a tool to help your child learn time, but also serves as a pushbutton camera (with customizable filters and frames for pictures), a voice recorder and mini-video (60-second) recorder.

The Kidizoom Smartwatch comes with four games, voice-altering effects, and more than 50 face designs. [Read more...]

Write On: Penmanship for Little Ones

LeapFrog Toys’ Deluxe Writing Workbook with Mr. Pencil is an absolute steal at $7.99 with free shipping via Amazon Prime.

The instructional toy utilizes a rechargeable, electronic pen to guide your child through the process of learning how to write letters while following a 20-page story with 45 tracing and writing activities that are reinforced through audio responses. [Read more...]

Making music-lovers in the womb

Want to woo your in-utero baby with some sweet classical music, or with recordings of baby’s parents’ and siblings’ voices? Look no further than Lullabelly’s Prenatal Music Belt, currently available at Amazon for under $60.

The Prenatal Music Belt plugs into any type of portable music player–iPhone, iPod, CD player, etc.–and comes with an audio splitter and headphones so you can listen along with baby. [Read more...]