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Brand: VTech / Age: 12 months

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      19.03.2002 04:11
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      I was wondering what to buy for my grandson last christmas and knew that my daughter really liked toys made by V-tech, she gave me a list of some to choose from. This particular one really caught my eye and is suitable for 1 to 3 year olds. It is a very soft cuddly, bright green Dinosaur named Numbersaurus. As you can probably guess from the name that it teaches your child numbers up to five. Numbersaurus has a blue and yellow fabric frill that goes over his head that is crinkly and sounds rather like a crisp bag being scrunched up when touched. It has two yellow horns above his eyes that light up red and flash, also a horn on top of his nose. His mouth is wide open and is red inside and when squeezed it squeaks. To turn him on you have to press his right paw, a little tune plays for a second and his horns light up and flash and he says (Hello). His left paw has a embroidered music symbol which when pressed plays 10 cheerful melodies of well known rhymes, that you can sing along to. His tummy contains the numbers and picture word buttons that are all embroidered and very colourful. The symbol of the trees says (Forest) and you then hear birds singing when pressed. The symbol of the sea says, (Sea) and you can hear the sound of water. The number one button also has a picture of the sun and the voice says both words. The number two button also has a picture of whales and the voice says both words. The number three button has a picture of carrots and the voice says both words. The number four buttons has a picture of leaves and says both words. The number five button has a picture of cherries and both words are said. The voice is actually animated but is still very clear to understand. He has a bright red pad on his left foot and a yellow pad on the other, all his claws are bright red, and he certainly is very eye catching. He needs feeding with two AA size batteries; t
      hey go into his back and are hidden by his bright red scales. In all this is a very charming soft toy, which is brightly coloured and has soft censor buttons that will help to develop fine motor skills. Just in case you are wondering what is meant by motor skills its really about co-ordination. Any way I forgot to mention to turn him off you just press his right paw and his horns flash and he says (bye-bye). It is an educational toy, which makes learning fun, and thats what it's all about.I paid £18.00 for this toy from my Freeman’s catalogue, but I am sure he is available from most good toyshops, and probably cheaper too. I must say that my grandson was really taken by it, and loves playing with it, it makes him laugh and to see him chuckle gives me great pleasure and I know that it was worth every penny. I am sure he will have a few more years fun with it. Thanks for reading Cinystar

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      Numbersaurus talks with an English 'monster' voice and teaches numbers 1-5 and objects. His embroidered buttons, squeaky mouth and crinkle material give your child lots to do and light-up horns and lots of happy melodies ensure he provides hours of learni