Product Code: EY04195
A must-have communication resource for early years development.
These six walkie-talkies, realistically styled like the latest smartphones with bright colours are a fantastic addition to your literacy or ICT resources.
So simple to use, they are ideal for outdoor play or even used from room to room.
Up to three pairs of children can speak to each other simultaneously, each having their own conversation without the need to select different channels.
Colour coordinated buttons make 'dialling' easy. Simply press the button that corresponds to the phone you want to call. If the other phone is busy, you get a realistic 'call waiting' function.
Answering is simple - just press the 'answer' button and talk, just like you would with a real phone. Children can talk together naturally and enjoy real conversations without pressing extra buttons to talk or listen.
A reluctant talker in our setting was immediately very happy and confident to babble to his friend on the phone." Faye, Chesterfield
Best of all, you can enjoy hassle-free use as these handy devices come with their own docking station. Not only will this charge your phones in four hours (from flat), enabling continuous use for up to six hours, they are fantastic for classroom management.
Our research has shown that children are more likely to return items when they have a set place to go and that means no digging them out of the sand pit or hunting through cupboards or role play kitchens. In the event that one does end up lost in the setting, just give it a call!
We've made sure that these resources are durable and above all safe. With some Walkie-talkies, especially those designed for use in a more industrial setting by adults, ringers and even earpiece volume can reach harmful levels to small ears. We have made sure that our Mini Mobile Phones conform strictly to toy safety regulations, giving you peace of mind that we've done everything we can to safeguard your children.
All you need to do is charge them up and watch as children engage in communication with each other, integrating ICT into their play as they do.