This kid-sized tablet has textures, colors, shapes, and words. But not a light, sound, or pixel in sight. On one side, each of six colorful silicone buttons has a raised outline of a different shape. The name of the shape is written in English the dimpl’s color and in Braille above that. Turn the “tablet” over, and the buttons are smooth. Here, each dimpl’s color is written in English and Braille.
Our testers pushed and popped, touched and traced. This delightful toy encourages exploration of color, shapes, and the senses. It’s BPA-Free, made with 100% food-grade silicone, and sized just right for small hands and fingers.
Claire Green ©2019 Parents’ Choice
Claire is president of Parents’ Choice Foundation and cofounder of Sandbox Summit®.. She looks for toys and media that will unleash children’s interests, and celebrate the fun of learning.. . .