Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Cash Register Toy Set | Review

Christmas is literally around the corner. Like, 40 days more and BOOM!. The thing is, I started my Christmas shopping a little early. I am looking for toys that will get Elias engaged in something other than the TV. Don't get me wrong, TV is great but sometimes I want other things for him. Things that prompt him to create, think and play!.
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This Furnerica Cash Register is exactly what I am looking for and more. This educational toy motivates kids to pretend play and learn while having fun. 
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The cash register comes with the essentials for a cashier/shopping "experience". A miniature bottle of water (toy), a pretend credit card, a key for the register and pretend money.
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As a bonus, when you buy the cash register they will add a minion wallet and some more pretend money which includes $10 $20 $50 and $100 bills as well as coins. Personally, I like this one better. More realistic. 

The wallet has a lot of space for them to put all of their pretend money, including the "credit card". It has a zipper so they can keep the money safe and take it with them wherever they go.
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The drawer on the register opens and closes like a real register would by pressing the "open" button. It has a key to really close the drawer. They can put that key in the wallet for safekeeping!.

The register has a working mic, lights and some very realistic sounds. The "scanner" sounds like a real one and it can scan anything. Once they "scan" or place anything on the scale, a price will appear on the register. The register also works as a real calculator.

To make it even more realistic, when they swipe the "credit card", the balance on the screen turns to zero. I mean, how fun is that. 
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With this toy, the kids can share, play, pretend and have fun while learning numbers and the value of money. Very educational and a perfect Christmas gift. You can find more information HERE.
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Until next time. God bless!.
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I received this product complimentary from Anavita for testing purposes and review. No monetization was received in exchange for this review. My opinions are personal and based on my experience with the products or service mentioned here. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.