You may remember my previous post about the amazing products from Learning Resources. Learning Resources is a leading global manufacturer of innovative, hands-on educational products trusted by teachers and parents and loved by children. The Company’s 1100+ high-quality products are sold in more than 80 countries, serving children and their families, preschool, kindergarten, primary, and middle-school markets.
My children and I recently had the pleasure of checking out the New Sprouts Ring It Up Cash Register sold by Learning Resources.
Cash in on curiosity with this modern cash register that makes playing shop irresistible! Features a fun coin slide and pop-open cash drawer. Great for introducing little ones to early counting and money concepts.
- Includes chunky buttons and 5 number coins
- Cash Register measures 10″L x 8″H x 9W
- Recommended for ages 2-4
My kiddos love playing cashier and they really love the New Sprouts® Ring It Up Cash Register. Although it is recommended for ages 2 through 4, I believe this cash register appeals to a much broader age range. Coins can be placed in a slot at the top left, twist the knob, and watch as they slide all the way down the side. Place them in the right slot and they drop into the register drawer.
The New Sprouts® Ring It Up Cash Register teaches counting, numbers, colors and much more!
We did have a coin get stuck in the top slot but a quick shake and it came right out.
This set sells for $29.99 at www.learningresources.com
I recommend visiting Learning Resources website and check out their tons of fun, educational products for kids of all ages.
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