Pretend and Play Calculator Cash Register

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Product Summary

Mfg Part#: LER2629
Rakuten.com Sku: 214442948
UPC: 765023007459
UPC 14: 00765023007459
Package Weight: 3.15 lbs
Batteries: Not Applicable
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Product Description

Winner of 23 awards and the perfect addition to any pretend store, the Pretend & Play® Calculator Cash Register encourages beginning math and calculator skills while providing lots of opportunities for imaginative play!Features a built-in, eco-friendly solar calculator that helps familiarize children with the use of a calculator. Your little ones will also learn currency denominations, and have fun handling life-size money!Features oversize buttons easy for little hands to press, and a large number display appropriate for all ability levels. The cash drawer even makes a 'cha-ching' sound when it opens, just like a real register! Includes 30 life-size U.S. play bills, 40 plastic coins, pretend credit card and Activity Guide. Ages 3+. WARNING: SMALL PARTS. Not for children under 3 years of age.Materials: Plastic, Paper Material.Dimensions: 10.5" L x 9.5" W x 5.5" H; 3 lbs

Features

Features
Tech Features Product Type Learning Toy
Tech Features Manufacturer Part Number LER2629
Tech Features Manufacturer Learning Resources
Tech Features Product Model LER2629
Tech Features Product Name Calculator Cash Register
Tech Features Brand Name Pretend & Play
Tech Features Package Contents
  • Calculator Cash Register
  • 30 x Actual-size Pretend Bills
  • 40 x Plastic Coins
  • Pretend Credit Card
  • Activity Guide
Tech Features Country of Origin China
Tech Features Recycled No
Tech Features Recycled Content 0%
Tech Features Post-consumer-waste% 0%
Tech Features Assembly Required No
Tech Features Length 10.5"
Tech Features Height 5.5"
Tech Features Width 9.5"
Tech Features Recommended Age 3-8 Year
Tech Features Theme/Subject Learning
Tech Features Skill Learning Imagination
Money
Mathematics