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04-16-2011, 07:12 PM #21
very good points with the parenting. i myself dont have any kids but i agree there are very many educational apps and myself would get an ipad 2 and let my son or daughter use it under my supervision as i dont have another $499.99 to buy another one.
04-16-2011, 07:36 PM #22
I recommend these devices--WiFi iPad & iPod (no monthly fee)-- to any parent because we also have an iPad for our 19 months son. We bought when it first came out. You will be amazed how fast children learn with these iDevices. Now go get one already
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04-16-2011, 07:53 PM #23
I actually find this absolutely strange. It's like putting Pokemon in an adult video store. Nevertheless, it shouldn't too much of a problem.Asking for help is different from being stupid. Fanboys can rot in @#$%!
04-16-2011, 07:57 PM #24
Honestly, this is the first productive forum debate I've ever been in!
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04-16-2011, 09:33 PM #28
I agree it's a great learning device. We have a 17 month old boy that loves using the iPad. I'm amazed at how fast kids pick this stuff up. We did get the best case we could find (otter defender) just in case he's carrying it and it falls from his hands.
My wife and I use the iPad 2 and we gave him our old 1st gen filled with learning and interactive apps. He knows how to turn it on, opens the apps and uses it.
He watches everything we do and wants to do the same.
Although I do draw the line at driving.
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04-16-2011, 11:00 PM #29
So if you're gonna steal one, this is the place to do it, kids.
04-16-2011, 11:35 PM #30
I have to agree with some of the parents here I'm not one my self but when my 17 month old cousin got hold of my iPhone she learned how to use it in no time it's a good learning tool this.
04-17-2011, 01:51 AM #31
My brother, his wife, my sister and I, we all have iPhones and I have to say I was amazed when my 2 year old nice got the iPhone from my brother one time and she learned how to look for
Her favorite song and how to play it with in the app. Idevices can be really educational but it depends of the parents because there
Is no point on getting one for your kids and just put games and Spect them to learn something from it.
04-17-2011, 04:16 AM #32
04-17-2011, 06:42 AM #33
Just thought I would say I am waiting at my local Toys R Us in my car. They open in 20, and I'm the only one here. lol
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04-17-2011, 10:31 AM #37
Well my local Toys R Us only got 5 32GB wifi Black's in today. It was limit 1. I bought 1 and I am gonna take it with me to the Philippines next week when I go on vacation. The 16GB ones are selling for $730 american dollar equivelant so I should walk away with an easy $100
I tried the Bestbuy next to it, but they didn't have any. Only taking reservations.
04-17-2011, 01:14 PM #38
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04-17-2011, 01:35 PM #40
My now 4yo son..
Uses our 2 ip4s and my wife's 3GS as much as we do...
He has a Wii... And we gave a few cheap windows lappers...
His memory, coordination, reasoning, thinking and learning skills from these devices are amazing...
He plays t ball... Has his jungle gym out back...
Loves his power wheels and bike...
The cost of these devices has been priceless in his learning and comprehension...
The most we have to do for him, I'd type in websites...
Even the remotes on the flat screens to get the tv to the right input for the Wii are all done by him...
My 8 month old is already showing interest and watching us... And him..