Boxiki Learning Pad Fun Phone with 6 Toddler Learning Games Kids. Touch and Learn Interactive Tablet for Learning Numbers, ABC


  • ✅ FASTER TODDLER LEARNING – Kid education tablet is filled with toddler learning games that are fun and teach critical thinking skills, including letters, words, spelling, numbers, “Where Is?” Quiz
  • ✅ HOURS OF LEARNING – 6 unique toddler education functions designed to help children learn language and promote a love of learning, and also entertain your kids and keep them occupied with education
  • ✅ QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST – Won't break like cheap toys, this is a high quality kids learning tablet that is sturdy and engineered to withstand daily use throughout your child's developmental years
  • ✅ TRAVEL CONVENIENCE – Educational activities for kids are the perfect solution to long car rides, airplane rides and travel; this portable preschool learning tablet is packed with dozens of activities
  • ✅ ALL-IN-ONE KIDS EDUCATION DEVICE – Children's learning tablet package includes electronic fun phone device; requires 3x AA batteries (not included); recommended ages 18 months to 4 years


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Product Description

About Boxi­ki Kids: This high qual­i­ty kids tablet phone is part of Boxi­ki Kids line of out­stand­ing edu­ca­tion toys for kids. We make all our prod­ucts with love and we’re pas­sion­ate about pro­vid­ing par­ents with learn­ing activ­i­ties for tod­dlers that pro­mote ear­ly devel­op­ment, build edu­ca­tion­al skills, and sus­tain a love for learn­ing. Boxi­ki Kids learn­ing games for kids are 100% safe and fun!

Best Baby Learning Tablet

This ABCs learn­ing tablet cap­ti­vates chil­dren because it looks like a phone, but it’s so much bet­ter! This is a com­plete tod­dler learn­ing set that helps kids learn num­bers and build edu­ca­tion­al skills, while hav­ing a fun time. It’s nev­er too ear­ly for edu­ca­tion­al games for toddlers.

All-in-One ABC’s Learning Games

6 dif­fer­ent learn­ing games for tod­dlers: Learn Let­ters, Learn Words, Learn Spelling, Learn Num­bers, “Where Is?” Quiz game, and Fun Melodies. All-in-one ear­ly learn­ing tablet that is con­ve­nient, portable, and well designed. Every child deserves a head start in life, these kids edu­ca­tion­al games are geared to build the skills your child needs to learn crit­i­cal edu­ca­tion skills early.

Best Toddler Gift

Com­bine edu­ca­tion and enter­tain­ment into one thought­ful gift. This touch-and-teach game is the best baby birth­day gift, baby show­er gift or tod­dler present. An edu­ca­tion­al tablet that helps kids learn to count and learn ABCs is every par­en­t’s dream. 100% BPA free, phtha­late free.

Product Features

- Touch and teach elec­tron­ic edu­ca­tion­al tablet — 6 dif­fer­ent kids learn­ing games — Learn num­bers, learn ABCs, words and spelling, “Where Is?” Quiz game, fun melodies — Pro­motes ear­ly learn­ing and accel­er­at­ed devel­op­ment — Auto shut-off bat­tery saver (requires 3x AA bat­ter­ies, not included)

Describe your products in 3 words.

Fun, Edu­ca­tion­al and Durable

How did you come up with the idea for this product?

We want­ed to pro­vide toys that not only are fun for tod­dlers but stim­u­late men­tal devel­op­ment as well

What makes your product special?

Our prod­uct: — Touch and teach elec­tron­ic edu­ca­tion­al tablet — 10 dif­fer­ent kids learn­ing games — Learn num­bers, learn ABCs, words and spelling, “Where Is?” Quiz game, fun melodies — Pro­motes ear­ly learn­ing and accel­er­at­ed devel­op­ment — Auto shut-off bat­tery saver

What has been the best part of your experience?

Read­ing all the pos­i­tive reviews from the cus­tomers espe­cial­ly when videos are shared

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Additional information

Weight 130 kg
Dimensions 21.4 × 13 × 2.8 cm
Package Dimensions

21.4 x 13 x 2.8 cm; 130 Grams

Assembly Required


Batteries Required


Batteries included


Remote Control Included




Date First Available

11 Mar. 2017


3 years and up


  1. ***Jesus Loves YOU!***

    Rub­bishAbsolute rub­bish. i don’t think I have ever bought any­thing so NOT worth the mon­ey. I don’t know how it got 4 stars.…I think the own­ers paid peo­ple to give stars. The sound was pathet­ic and the but­tons were extreme­ly hard to press. I did­n’t both­er even giv­ing it to my grand­daugh­ter as I knew she would­n’t be able to oper­ate it. Don’t waste your time or mon­ey folks. Thank you

  2. J G Moxon

    Good prod­uct for a three-year old learn­ing to spell and count­ing basic num­bers.My three-year old Grand-daugh­ter opened this on Christ­mas Day, and after open­ing her oth­er presents and play­ing with some, she returned to this Learn­ing Pad. Once I had found some bat­ter­ies, she began to play with it and enjoyed press­ing all the but­tons in turn. She par­tic­u­lar­ly liked the three tunes she could sing along to, and played them over and over. I have a feel­ing she will use it quite often and it will help her learn how to spell words. The Pad is easy to hold, light and colour­ful, with lots of but­tons to press to retain inter­est. The three tunes are for­tu­nate­ly well known despite the Amer­i­can accent. The voice feed­back can be a lit­tle annoy­ing, not being British, and the num­bers only run from one to ten, (my Grand-daugh­ter already counts up to twen­ty). It is a shame it comes with­out bat­ter­ies, and has no vol­ume con­trol. The bat­ter­ies can be fid­dly to insert as a small screw­driv­er is also required to get into the bat­tery com­part­ment. The Pad would be even more use­ful as a learn­ing tool if each let­ter but­ton was not lim­it­ed to a sin­gle item (eg “A is for Apple”), how­ev­er the spelling func­tion will be a use­ful facil­i­ty. Over­all a good prod­uct and feels fair­ly rugged for use by three-year olds!

  3. MW

    Wasre of mon­eyAs an ear­ly learn­ing device this is real­ly poor. The let­ters shown are in UPPER case which is not how young chil­dren learn. The Amer­i­can voice uses the names of the let­ters not the sound (that’s not how chil­dren are taught) and refers to zed as zee. There is an art to get­ting the ‘keys’ to respond so a young child may strug­gle with that. I thought the ‘spelling’ but­ton would ask them to use they keys to spell but it doesn’t…it just spells them — again using the names of the let­ters not the sounds. Designed by an adult with­out expe­ri­ence in teach­ing I suspect

  4. B. Gilbert

    Edu­ca­tion Toy PhoneI pur­chased this learn­ing toy for my grandson’s 2nd birth­day as I thought he’d with his par­ents help use it to learn about some basics as real­ly he has plen­ty of toys to play with along with his elder broth­er. Of course I didn’t open it on deliv­ery but wrapped it up with 3 1.5 volt batteries.So on his birth­day he unwrapped the gift and took one look and went to play with his exist­ing toys, so on this evi­dence he prob­a­bly didn’t like it.I picked it up and tried some of the func­tions and it worked very well. Sad­ly it has a mock time of 09:41 on the dis­play which can­not be changed which is why I have dropped a star. Maybe he’ll get use out of it when he’s approach­ing pre playschool age.It will help with basics but 2 is too young.

  5. janer58

    Fas­ci­nat­ed by num­bers and let­ters he was amazed that there was a voice inside telling him which …I bought this for my grand­son’s 3rd birth­day and he imme­di­ate­ly start­ed play­ing on it. Fas­ci­nat­ed by num­bers and let­ters he was amazed that there was a voice inside telling him which to chose. Ide­al for this age group. It also looks like a tablet so he can play on it just like Dad­dy. It is good qual­i­ty and well made. The sound is great and the voice natural.

  6. susan jones

    Mis­lead­ing age suit­abil­i­tyAlthough ini­tial­ly shown to be for 18 months to 4 years, it is actu­al­ly for 3 years and over. I was dis­ap­point­ed at first, but luck­i­ly for me I have anoth­er grand­child who is 3 years old. So I will keep this for Xmas.

  7. Twine

    Looks GoodThank you for quick delivery.It looks good and infor­ma­tion was good. Was bought for a three year old for her birth­day next month so has not been used yet. Think it will be good and prob­a­bly used on jour­neys. Should be good to learn things.

  8. Sarah Jane

    Dou­ble bought Christ­mas prest by grand par­entsHi, I did pur­chase your game for my grand­daugh­ter but her oth­er grand­ma had already bought it for her for Christ­mas so I have returned mine to you, as we both bought the same item it obvi­ous­ly is a good game, I’m sure she will enjoy her grandma’s present now I have to look for anoth­er Mer­ry Christmas

  9. Bc

    Five StarsGrand­daugh­ter has­n’t put it down thanks

  10. Gee

    A LOT SMALLER THAN IT IS IN THE PICTURE ADVERTISING ITGift for my 2yr old grand­son, very easy for him to use and he takes it every­where­BUT a bit dis­ap­point­ed with the size of it, as in the pic­ture adver­tis­ing it, there’s a tod­dler and adult sit­ting on the floor using it and it’s like A4 size, I would regard this as a bit of a false advertisement

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