A sturdy case with clear film helps to protect your iPad® device from dribbles and drool as baby plays. With four smart shape stampers, baby can interact with two downloadable apps allowing baby to learn, create and discover shapes, sorting, colors and more. A colorful play panel snaps over the film for even more ways to play without your iPad®. Use the Laugh & Learn™ Apptivity™ Creation Center flat or set up the easel on back for variety.
• Download 2 FREE apps from the App Store(SM)™ to interact with 4 smart shape stampers
• Snap-on play panel for more hands-on fun, without your iPad®
• Locks securely inside durable, sturdy case
• Clear film protects from dribbles, drool, teething & unwanted pressing of home button
• Two ways to set up for play: Flat or easel base
• Textured handle & rattle beads for on-the-go fun
• Introduces shapes, colors, sorting & more
• Durable case for all generations of iPad®
• iPad® not included
Play panel snaps over the protective film to add even more hands-on ways for baby to learn & play!
Curiosity & Discovery
Four interactive shape stampers and 2 downloadable apps with sing-along songs, fun phrases and exciting animations let baby explore and discover shapes, sorting, colors & more!
Durable case for all generations of iPad®, excluding iPad Mini.
(Device not included.)
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Customer Reviews for Laugh & Learn™ Apptivity™ Creation Center
Review 1 for Laugh & Learn™ Apptivity™ Creation Center
"This product was received as a free sample. My son is thirteen months old. It was just as durable as the product indicated. My ipad was safe from drops and drool. The apps were easy to down load and the graphics kept my son's interest to the point that I had to stop the play. He enjoyed interacting with the characters and the stampers were easy for my son to use. The Creation Center was even fun for him to use without the apps, as he enjoyed making sounds and spinning the circles. This was great for him to play alongside his brothers as they played on their tablets."