Note: We received copies of the games to facilitate our review. I was not compensated monetarily for this post. All opinions are honest and my own.
We’ve had our Innotab Max for a while now and it is still a big hit with the kids. Their favorite game is a magic beanstalk game – the boys like to play it together, which of course I love – but they were excited to try some new games, too. We got two games to try out:
InnoTab® Learn to Write with Cody & Cora learning cartridge
(Ages 3-6 years; MSRP: $24.99)
- Go on learning adventures with Cody the Smart Cub™ and Cora the Smart Cub™ in Learn to Write with Cody & Cora for InnoTab. Read the e-Book about an adventure Cody and Cora take while writing and spelling words.
- Learn and develop handwriting skills in a progressive manner with 11 activities and games.
- Includes a fun e-Book about an adventure with Cody and Cora
InnoTab® Go! Go! Smart Wheels® Busy Day in Alphabet Town learning cartridge
(Ages 2-5 years; MSRP: $24.99)
- Explore Alphabet Town with Casey, Paul, Frank and Cyrus in the Go! Go! Smart Wheels Busy Day in Alphabet Town game for InnoTab. Read about their adventure in the e-Book or join the residents of Alphabet Town as they build roads, rescue kittens and more in fun learning games.
- This InnoTab software title features nine creative activities and learning games that teach letters, numbers and more.
What I love about all of the games we’ve tried on the InnoTab Max is that they’re really appealing to a broad range of ages. I feel good knowing that my 2, 5, & 7 year-olds are enjoying the games now, but I know that they’ll have staying power as the kids, especially our youngest, gets older. You can see in the photo below they were all glued to the game – too engrossed to grin for a picture!
And of course, all the InnoTab games have the wonderful benefit of being educational along with being fun. They’re learning and reinforcing skills in reading, spelling, math, writing, and more – as a parent, I think it’s wonderful!