I am always looking for something fun and new to teach my son. We take trips, read books and also look online for new things to try out. We have lots of gadgets, because we love to have the "new" toys and try new things.
I heard about the Cypher Kids Cards a few weeks ago and I really wanted to try them. When I heard that they are available at selected Target stores, I told my son it was time to go for a little shopping trip.
Going to Target is always fun, and we love the sales and clearance items. We also love how clean and nice the store always looks.
We went to the electronics department to look for the cards and of course I had to stop by the toys department to look for some more items to add to the Christmas wish list.
The cards are easy to find at the iPad accessories wall, located at the electronic departments, and they told me they will fully stacked for Black Friday because they know a lot of people will be looking for the cards.
When we got home, we had to decide which set we were going to open now and which ones we will be saving to play during the winter break. The Cypher Kids Club i3D Interactive Cards are available on Numbers, Animals and Alphabet. My son that loves science chose the animal pack. The cards are really cool looking and once you download the application at the itunes store all the fun begins.
The cards give you the option to Explore and learn and interact with the animals and there is another option for Snapshot. My son enjoyed the cards a lot but I think his favorite part was being able to take pictures holding the animals. He even wants our Christmas cards to be with some of the screen shoots with the animals
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