The Teaching Cash Register helps kids learn about money the fun way!

How many quarters does it take to make a dollar? Is a dime bigger or smaller than a penny? Just how do credit cards work?

The Learning Resources Teaching Cash Register takes playing store to the next level by helping children learn about money through play. This talking, interactive toy is one of our favorites here at The Learning Tree . From its real-size coins and bills to the working scanner, the register helps turn sometimes difficult concepts about money into tangible lessons.

Learning about money with The Teaching Cash Register

Play store, count the change, use the 4 interactive math games that come with the toy¬†or weigh grocery items and learn about the value of items with this toy that we think is worth a million bucks, but doesn’t cost that much!

It sells for $49.99.

For Ages 3 to 9.

The Teaching Cash Register at The Learning Tree.

Comments

  1. Sandra Tool says:

    Why aren’t you including the price and age this is designed for on this page?

  2. The Teaching Cash Register is for ages 3 to 9. It’s $54.99.

    You can see it in our store here.

    http://www.the-learning-tree.com/store/toy/teaching-cash-register.html

    Thanks for your comment! We’ll add it to the page.

    Jonny
    The Learning Tree

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