8 Best Toy Phones

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Top 8 Toy Phones

LeapFrog Chat And Count ( Scout, Assorted Colors)
Product Highlights:
  • fun learning in a smart little phone! sing along to songs about counting, explore more than 15 phone activities, and more! appropriate for ages 18 months and up.
  • explore more than 15 phone activities as you pretend and play with your very own smart phone! push the call button to trade calls and voicemails with your puppy pal scout/violet!
  • push the music button and sing along to songs about counting, phone manners, and more. press any of the 10 number buttons to see an animated scout/violet count it out in a fun way.
YOYOSTORE Childs Interactive My ( Dazzling LED Lights. By Heaven? Beauty)
Product Highlights:
  • please don't used the charger which > 5v (1a) charge it. , usually need to charge about 10 minute
  • lights flash in multicolors around the edges when a button is pressed, very visually stimulating
  • the phone toy feeds your child's curiosity to learn through touch, sound and sight boasts 8 different modes and plenty of sound effects
Unliumited Cellular 5 Pack ( Models Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, Casio)
Product Highlights:
  • pack of 5 different dummy models - pretend cell phones can be used as display store models, props for a play, theater or productions, or just as a fun toy for your kids. this pack of demo phones includes samsung, nokia, motorola, verizon casio, and other models. this multi-pack is also great for playgroups and day care centers.
  • looks and feels like the real thing - these are non working cell phones that are scaled at 1:1. they look and feel like the real thing including pressable buttons, and glass screens. please be aware that there are no sounds or lights, and these devices do not operate and cannot be used to replace broken parts. there are no working electronics in these mock phone models.
  • toy cell phones for kids to play with - kids will have a great time walking around with these fake cell phones that look real. watch as they engage in pretend play, having conversations with grandparents, imaginary friends and just babbling for hours on end. the flip phones and sliding models are so much fun for kids to play with. sometimes simple toys for kids are the ones that keep them entertained for the longest.
LeapFrog Chat And Count ( Phone, Purple)
Product Highlights:
  • have playful conversations with violet and receive pretend phone calls and voicemail messages with this role-play smartphone built just for toddlers.
  • explore and count numbers 0-10 with exciting animations by pressing the light-up number buttons.
  • watch cute videos featuring violet by pressing the video button and add emoji with sound effects just like popular social media sites.
Disney Princes Style Collection ( Wristlet With Toy Smartphone)
Product Highlights:
  • meant for every modern girl with big goals and great style
  • play smartphone has unique locking noise & vibrates
  • flashes when you pretend to take pictures too
VTech Touch And Swipe ( Phone, Pink)
Product Highlights:
  • touch screen kids phone with 12 light-up pretend apps including pretend calendar, clock, and weather
  • the 12 included apps respond to touch and light up; toggle between the app screen and the music mode screen using the slide at the bottom of the pretend phone
  • home button saves your phone number so toddlers can pretend to call home; 15 melodies, different phrases and sing along songs keep kids engaged
VTech Call Chat ( Learning Phone)
Product Highlights:
  • kids smart phone features 10 realistic phone apps including music, clock, photos and games; kids can play and talk just like mom and dad
  • kids pretend phones allows for a pretend phonebook; add and store up to 5 family or friend numbers that you can pretend to call
  • pre-k learning toy teaches numbers, letters and time concepts with fun apps and games; personalize with 5 different ring tones
Infantino Flip And Peek ( Phone, Teal)
Product Highlights:
  • easy for little hands to grasp
  • fun peek a boo mirror
  • helps baby learn english and spanish

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