Add this fantastic Calculator Cash Register, by Learning Resources, to your child’s pretend store collection for a fantastic way to engage little ones in creative play and mathematics.
The cash register comes with pretend notes and coins, as well as a credit card and book of suggested activities, making it ideal for children to interact with basic maths problems, including adding, subtracting, multiplication and division.
The cash register also helps promote role play and creative play, as little ones can set up their own grocery store, bank, restaurant, toy shop or anything of their own creation.
It also helps promote the value of money and goods, as children can work out what they are able to buy with a certain amount of cash - so it could be a great game to play before heading to the sweet shop in real life!
Suitable for children aged three years and up.
Solar-powered cash register.
Comes with 30 life-size cash notes, credit card, 40 plastic coins and an activity book.
Interactive fun for children.
Great for developing basic maths skills through role play and creative play.
Oversize buttons and large number display makes it ideal for younger children.
Manufacturer minimum age:
Whirli recommended age:
3 - 5 years
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