EDUCATIONAL INSIGHTS HOT DOTS JR. ACE-THE TALKING, TEACHING DOG PEN

All the fun of Hot Dots®, now available for younger children!Part learning companion, part magic wand, Ace laughs, lights up, and even buzzes with excitement as children explore. Designed for little hands, this electronic canine pal cheers for correct answers and gently redirects children when they answer incorrectly, allowing for independent discovery. Simply press the tip down on the cards to answer. Sets of 36 colorfully illustrated cards provide 72 early learning activities each plus answer key. A great way to get ready for school!Ages 4+ / Grades PreK+

Product Features

  • Ace – The Talking, Teaching Dog lights up learning, bringing Hot Dots Jr storybooks and card sets to life!
  • Simply press Ace to an answer dot on any Hot Dots or Hot Dots Jr. card or storybook for an immediate response!
  • Ace offers affirmative “ruffs” and encouraging words for correct responses and provides gentle redirection for incorrect responses.
  • Perfect for independent learning; provides all the feedback your child needs to work through hundreds of Hot Dots Jr. early learning activities.
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included). Not compatible with Hot Dots Tots activity sets.
  • Provides opportunity for students to prepare for school, or catch up where they need support – See more at: http://www.educationalinsights.com/product/hot+dots-reg-+jr.+–34-ace–34-+–45-+the+talking%2C+teaching+dog–174-.do?sortby=ourPicks&sortby=&&from=Search#sthash.4nR13ywx.dpuf
  • Lights up, wiggles, barks, talks, laughs and shakes
  • Activity Card Sets (available separately)
  • Ace unit requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)

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|| Comments

    By E.Me. on July 04, 2016

    Its usefulness would depend on the child To begin with, I believe that this pen should be included with the card sets it is intended for–or at list should be offered at a much lower price, considering that the cards themselves are pretty expensive. That being said, the educational value of the dog is dubious. It acts as described, lighting up red for wrong answers, sometimes with a “sad” sound, and green/barking for the right answer, but the child seems to be encouraged by any sound/light, and, frankly, the “sad” sound is much more…

    By Amazon Customer on July 04, 2016

    Got 2 – Both Defective Received the Patterns & Sequencing set as a gift. At first, Ace worked fine, but within a week, Ace started saying every answer was wrong. We thought maybe our 3 year old had broken it so we ordered a replacement. The brand new Ace says every answer is right. I guess there’s a nice balance between the two but it’s not exactly what what they’re supposed to do. It’s a shame because our 3 year old sooo wants to play with it, but this one needs to go back. Don’t know that I want to take a…

    By jessie35 on July 04, 2016

    doesn’t work!

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