Review: Peppa’s Smart Tablet

My older kids grew up with Peppa Pig and her popularity doesn’t seem to be waning, as my granddaughter loves her too.

We were invited to review Peppa’s Smart Tablet, one of Good Play Guides recommended toys.

This screen-free interactive Tablet has 6 exciting games to choose from, including identifying colours, numbers, shapes, letters and musical instruments.

When you touch the screen, Peppa lights up brightly and asks you a question.

Lilah is almost three and enjoyed listening and responding to Peppa, although hasn’t quite mastered the art of answering the question. She just like to press the buttons and make it talk.

As she gets older and more familiar with her numbers and letters, the tablet will allow her to demonstrate her knowledge through her responses to the questions.

The tablet is easily portable, so can be taken out on your travels, however one disadvantage is there is no volume control and it is quite loud, which might distract you if you take it in the car.

The Peppa Smart Tablet has an RRP of £15 and is available from The Entertainer.

Disclaimer: We are Good Play Guide Ambassadors and were sent the Peppa Smart Tablet for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

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