Teaching Cash Register

Teaching Cash Register

# 024197

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Item #: 024197
Grades: PK-AD

Warning
Choking Hazard
  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

More teaching features make this a more educational tool than a toy. Coin reader identifies real or plastic (included) coins and even quizzes your children! There are four built-in games (teaching coin identification, addition, subtraction and place value) that increase in difficulty as players improve their math skills. Checkout scanner is built in, as is a real working scale. Three-line large display includes type of transaction (just like a real register!) and prompts "cashier" to run credit card through. Register comes equipped with sounds, lights and voice messages - AND a volume control. An automatic shutoff will turn off unit when not in use to save on batteries. These (three "C") are not included, but play money, coupon and Bank One credit card are.

Publisher Description:

Talking cash register brings money math to life! Students can practice coin identification, addition, subtraction, and place value as they play 4 featured games that increase in difficulty as players advance. Also great for imaginative play and learning basic calculator skills. Cash register features a built in scanner, scale and coin slot. Transactions are rewarded with lights, sounds and voice messages (volume control included).

Educational Benefits

  • Learning Style: Visual, Tactile, Auditory
  • Skill Development: Coin identification and value, Addition, Subtraction, Place value, Imaginative play, Fine motor skills, Eye-hand coordination, Sorting, Matching, Problem solving, Sequential thought, Self-help skills, Auditory processing, Calculator skills

Includes

  • Cash register, Life size money, Credit card, Coupon
  • Cash register measures 13'L x 9.5'W x 8'H
  • Requires 3 C batteries, not included

Primary Subject
Mathematics
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
AD
EAN
765023026900
Format
Other
Brand Name
Learning Resources
Weight
4.85 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.5" x 14.5" x 7.5"
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Children will learn as they play.
ROSAMARIA R on Nov 30, 2021
Granddaughter saw catalogue and said it looked like fun
Rebecca S on Nov 30, 2020
Children will learn as they play.
ROSAMARIA R on Nov 30, 2021
interactive learning when making change
Sharlie R on Dec 1, 2020
Granddaughter saw catalogue and said it looked like fun
Rebecca S on Nov 30, 2020
A FUN WAY TO LEARN MATH FACTS AND MONEY AWARENESS
Shannon P on Nov 30, 2020
Yes, for how to handle money in different forms. To teach adding subtracting.
Chetna T on Jul 23, 2020
My daughter has played with a friend's register and LOVED it. I'm excited that it will reinforce what she is learning about money in school, also.
Lisa B H on Dec 12, 2018
Suggested
Camilla L on Oct 20, 2018
Gift for granddaughter
Tom P on Oct 16, 2018
Christmas present
Heidi W on Dec 16, 2017
Son wants one for his lemonade stand.
Chase M on Dec 11, 2017
My daughter has been wanting a cash register to play store for some time and this one has received amazing reviews.
Lauren S on Nov 29, 2017
Education
User on Aug 9, 2017
child found item in catalog
william c on Apr 6, 2017
His grandpa is a cashier so we thought he would like this for his 3rd birthday.
Michelle K on Mar 24, 2017
looks educational
Rosene S on Dec 13, 2016
Want the girls to have more practice with money
Dana P on Aug 11, 2016
A friend recommended this and my daughter wants one!
User on May 29, 2016
Wanted a quality cash register that will entertain and teach a wide range of ages.
Sommer E on Jan 6, 2016
My kids love playing store. This cash register will also double as a tool for homeschool to keep them engaged.
Natasha S on Dec 18, 2015
interactive learning when making change
Sharlie R on Dec 1, 2020
A FUN WAY TO LEARN MATH FACTS AND MONEY AWARENESS
Shannon P on Nov 30, 2020
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Love it!
Bought it for Christmas and have been having a great time learning and playing!
January 15, 2018
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over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
The Teaching Cash Register is a great tool for children to play with either alone or as a group as they set up a play store ticket booth or make up some other imaginative use My daughters really enjoy our cash register and it's one of the first things the neighborhood children flock to when they visit It comes with some play money and even plastic coupons and a credit card When children drop in a coin it tells the coin's name (quarter dime) That's the favorite mode of play for my youngest The cash register works well in its various other functions as well such as calculating totals and playing math games which are preferred by my older child At our house we try to avoid toys that make noise just for the sake of making noise but this cash register announces money amounts and tells children which buttons to press for its various modes It is not annoying or overly loud and even has volume control I also appreciate that it is not a battery hog Ours has only gone through a couple battery changes in a few years and it gets used often While the Teaching Cash Register is more pricey than some others it works Ours was a gift My sister tested others even purchasing one and bringing it home but they just plain didn't work We have owned the Teaching Cash Register for three years now and it still works as well as ever despite a lot of abuse from active children My only criticism and it's a very minor one is that the plastic scale has to be removed to store the register in its original box It's a minor detail and only takes a second It's fun to have the scale and great to be able to store it on the shelf in its box (until the kids get it right back out again)! My sister bought the Teaching Cash Register Activity Book along with ours and it has good ideas for integrating it into learning
April 17, 2009


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