5 techno toys for toddlers

The world your toddler is growing up in is filled with technology. Save yourself the heart-stopping moments of a piece of tech potentially landing on the floor and get your kid one of these instead.

Fisher-Price Music Player

Now your iPod or MP3 player can stay safely tucked away in your bag. Your toddler can have one of his own to play with. The 3 learning songs, 4 game songs and 3 classic favourites should keep your baby busy and entertained. It even has a dial to spin, and volume control for quiet play.

Age: 6-36 months
Price: R149.95

Fisher-Price Smart phone

Babies just love playing with phones! Keep your phone scratch-free and your kiddie a smart phone of their very own! The light-up buttons are easy to press and they reward your baby with words, sounds and greetings. That's smart.

Age: 6-36 months
Price: R199.95

Fisher-Price CD Player

CDs are easily broken scratched and that's why this toy is perfect for your little music lover. The player and plastic discs are perfect for tiny hands. It has 7 sing-along songs and classic nursery rhymes to get your kid dancing. Even this toy isn't a real CD player, the flashing lights and buttons will easily keep your toddler occupied.

Age: 6-36 months
Price: R199.95

Leapfrog Scout Pal

Don't the space or budget for a pet? This toy from Leapfrog is a cute replacement that will also help your child learn. You can also connect him to your computer and customise the music and sounds your child hears. My Pal Scout has even won 10 toy and learning awards!

Age: 6-36 months
Price: R299.95

Tag Junior Leapfrog

This is an amazing piece of technology that can literally change the way your toddler learns to read. The talking Tag Junior Pal to encourage reading and exploring of books. When kid touch the Tag Junior to the specially printed pages they will hear their favourite characters speak and the words on the page spoken aloud! How cool is that?

Age: 2-4 years
Price: R399.95

Which toy is your favourite?

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