Let’s face it, kids today can turn on a computer and they know how to use it at age five. Toddlers now have electronic toys that teach them their colors, shapes, tells them stories, sings music, and everything else you can imagine.
The problem is most of these gadgets don’t allow you to add to them. They’re usually very limited.
I received a Vinci Tablet for my grandson (prince) who is two years old. It has everything mentioned above that the other gadgets have but the Vinci Tab II 7″ Learning Tablet is an Android 2.3.5, with WIFI, 8GB, and Parent Login.
VINCI Tab was created as a new category of fun learning tools with the goal to engage, empower and educate children. By using a scaffolding teaching method designed by developmental psychologists, parents encourage their children to participate in constructive play and promote early learning. Unlike any other electronic toy or tablet, VINCI grows with the child by offering the award winning VINCI Curriculum, a step-by-step learning structure comprised of 43 learning subjects and 3 levels of assessment, and covers all 6 aspects of a child’s developing mind: Thinking Skills; Emotional & Social Skills; Language and Literacy; Math & Logical Reasoning; General Knowledge; and Science.
With WIFI and Parent Login, VINCI Tab instantly switches to regular tablet mode for high quality web browsing, emails, social networking and entertainment with HD video and music support.
The Vinci Tab is for ages 18 months to nine years old, which means my prince will be able to grow with the Vinci. It has a great safety handle which allows little hands to have a good grip on the tablet.
My favorite part of Vinci is the Kids Library, once you download the app for the library you can download from the Kids Library for free. The touch screen makes it easy for a child and your not limited to what you can download. We made sure to download all the games that prince plays on my phone.
This tablet keeps him occupied in long car trips, plane rides, and there’s always something new to do. Mom and Dad can also log in with the protected password and connect to the internet using the wifi.
As a grandma who loves social media and is always on the computer, I love the Vinci. Well worth the money in my book.