Category: Training System for Matching / Sorting / Assembly

Talking Containerizing Toy

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The Talking Containerizing Toy is an educational toy for children with learning or cognitive disabilities to learn shapes and matching through sorting, stacking, and dropping. When a shape hits the bottom, the pre-recorded message will play (up to 20 seconds). As this simple task is repeated, the child learns shape matching and identification. Remove the sorting lid and larger objects can be used. The sensitivity can be adjusted to accommodate items of differing weights. Very lightweight items made of a soft material, such as a cottonball, will not activate the message and lights.

Technical Specifications: 

Includes three blocks: 1 round, 1 square, and 1 triangle.

Dimensions: 6.25 inches x 6.75 inches.

Power: Requires 4 AA Batteries.

Weight: 1.5 pounds.


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