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V-Tech's V-Smile T.V. Learning System Review - Turn Your Televison Into A Learning System - A Great $40 Gift Idea.

Updated on March 16, 2011

Looking for a great gift idea for your toddler and young child this year?

Look no further than V-Tech's very own V-Smile, a great gaming system that turns your television into your child's very own learning system.

Since it's been on the market for some time now, a V-Tech's V-Smile learning system should only set you back at least $40!

My four year old has this system, and not only is it easy to use (she's even able to operate the system with ease); with it's additional cartridges - which will set you back $10 to $15, [some $20 depending on which one you purchase] it's a great fun and educational tool that encourages eye and hand coordination, critical thinking, and the basics such as counting, arithmetic, the alphabet, and colors and shapes.

V-Tech's V-Smile Television Learning System, includes a microphone (for sing-a-longs), a writing pen (to teach and encourage proper penmanship), and a nifty built-in storage case to store at least four cartridges.

In addition, this system has the ability to "grow" with your toddler's needs and skills, due to it's numerous cartridges available.

However, if the television learning system is too advanced for your little one, or if your not a big fan of the television set, V-Tech offers other great electronics that cater to your child's needs, and your preferences.

So check out what V-Tech's V-Smile has to offer, in my opinion, the V-Tech's V-Smile T.V. Learning System is well worth the money.

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    • Veronica Allen profile image

      Veronica Allen 8 years ago from Georgia

      You are welcome creativeone59. This is a really great tool to help teach your child some of the basics like the alphabet, shapes, and counting.

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      benny Faye Douglass 8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thanks for a great learning tool for children on television. Thanks for a great hub. creativeone59

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      Veronica Allen 8 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks Hello, hello. I love this toy, and so does my toddler.

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      Hello, hello, 8 years ago from London, UK

      These are lovely ideas. Thank you for your hub.