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Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone

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Amazon.com has Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone on sale for $5.95. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $25 or more. Thanks Rubiks.Cube

Note: In stock on October 14, 2019.

Target.com also has Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone on sale for $5.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders $35+ or w/ REDcard.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary by location.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has this Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone on sale for only $5.95. Shipping is free with prime or on orders $25+ - In stock Oct. 14

Product Details:
  • Babies can sit & play or pull it along
  • Fun ringing sounds & eyes that move up & down
  • Dial introduces numbers 0-9
  • Encourages early role play
  • Get your baby chatting—and strolling—like a pro
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My kid will have no idea what this is.
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How old is he? If under 2, keep it on the lock screen and let him have it. He won't know it's just locked and will realize it's super boring.

If 3+, tell him "No, and stop asking"

Another option is to minimize your phone use when kids are around.
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1. The human brain still works the same as it did 100,000 years ago: kids love things that they can manipulate and that create sounds and motion.

2. I work with 18-20 year old students at an important science/tech college, and let me tell you ... Modern touch screen tech has led to a generation of folks who are completely unable to interact with tech except by touch screen. When you and I played with computers, the user interface required us to do a lot of problem solving to make things happen. Similarly, the old PC tech was so cranky that you had to learn nuts and bolts the do anything fun. So using computers back in the day taught us a lot about strategies for solving problems. It's not that way with new tech, and younger people have suffered for it.
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I love the fact that this toy looks like a rotary phone.
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My kid will have no idea what this is.
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Looks just like an iphone
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Bless anyones hearts who think their kid will be interested in this and not their caretakers phones...
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Bless anyones hearts who think their kid will be interested in this and not their caretakers phones...
My kid freaking loves his toy phones. It's what we give him every time he grabs one of our phones.
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Almost same price on Target, if someone wants to use their Redcard.
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Genuine question- although not the right place but whatever I'll still ask- How do you people keep your kids away from your phones? My son wants my phone as soon as he sees it. There is no way I can use my phone in front of him.
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Genuine question- although not the right place but whatever I'll still ask- How do you people keep your kids away from your phones? My son wants my phone as soon as he sees it. There is no way I can use my phone in front of him.
How old is he? If under 2, keep it on the lock screen and let him have it. He won't know it's just locked and will realize it's super boring.

If 3+, tell him "No, and stop asking"

Another option is to minimize your phone use when kids are around.
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How old is he? If under 2, keep it on the lock screen and let him have it. He won't know it's just locked and will realize it's super boring.

If 3+, tell him "No, and stop asking"

Another option is to minimize your phone use when kids are around.
Thanks! He will turn 2 next month. He knows enough about phone and brings up camera from lock screen. We try to minimize our use of phone in front of him but he gets it while it's on charging or left somewhere.
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Thanks! He will turn 2 next month. He knows enough about phone and brings up camera from lock screen. We try to minimize our use of phone in front of him but he gets it while it's on charging or left somewhere.
For what it's worth - You can disable shortcuts from lock screen, at least on Android.

My 3rd child just turned 2, and as a point of reference that's the age when we start taking a hard line on "No".
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Nvm didn't see you said the child was 2.... sheesh this isn't even a problem, before you know it you'll be giving your phone to him to use as a learning aid/tool/entertainment. Or maybe get him one of the leap frog devices.
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Genuine question- although not the right place but whatever I'll still ask- How do you people keep your kids away from your phones? My son wants my phone as soon as he sees it. There is no way I can use my phone in front of him.
Embrace it! My grandma growing up bought all types of electronics for my brother and me....including a Packard Bell in the early 90's. Looking back I wish I even had a glimmer of a programming/coding book or whatnot.

Folks get all up in arms about kids using cell phones but I think back to me having that computer in our living room growing up when I was five. Shoot...that was big time! Now, computers are basically passe as they're in phones. So, I don't get mad when my young child wants to play with it. They'll soon though have some type of programming games in front of them though to get their brains moving...
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