Fisher Price Apptivity Protection Case for Apple Ipad £14.99 at Argos
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Fisher Price Apptivity Protection Case for Apple Ipad £14.99 at Argos

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Found 12th Jul 2013
Fantastic reviews!
This Apptivity Case from Fisher Price is the perfect thing to ensure your iPad is protected when your children want to play with it. It encases your iPad with a lockable protective covering which also doubles up as a fun addition for children to play with. Let them watch movies in the car. Play games.
You can download the 'Laugh & Learn' apps from iTunes for free to provide your child with hours of fun.
Brand Fisher-Price
Dimensions H33 x W29.5 x D6.4cm
Suitable from 6 months
Warning! Not suitable for children under 6 months.

Over £32 at ToyRUs, John Lewis, Amazon etc. this is a Great price.

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Can't seem to get to deal?

Purchased. Link doesn't work so try this one argos.co.uk/m/s…htm

Which iPads are compatible with this case?

AppStar

Which iPads are compatible with this case?


Description on Amazon says

Compatible with iPad 1 and iPad 2

AppStar

Which iPads are compatible with this case?

Compatible with iPad 1 and iPad 2


I've reserved one but now I'm not so sure as I have an iPad 3.

Well actually, another Amazon description says ipad 3 also HERE

Wow. I don't even want kids if this is what they expect to play with.

I don't want my daughter to play with my ipad but she always grabs it and tosses it around anyway! Might as well get myself a cute protective covering.

Give them a stick and ball and send them outside instead of letting them sit transfixed to a bloody computer for hours. Bonkers.

allgonewrong

Give them a stick and ball and send them outside instead of letting them … Give them a stick and ball and send them outside instead of letting them sit transfixed to a bloody computer for hours. Bonkers.



In this heat? Are you mad?

Our son uses the iPad occasionally. He loves it and knows what to do and he is only 2. I think you have to get with the times a bit as most kids at schools nowadays have ipads/tablets to use.


Edited by: "hankdesign" 12th Jul 2013

Nothing wrong with a bit of computer time if they're playing on suitable games/apps.

allgonewrong

Give them a stick and ball and send them outside instead of letting them … Give them a stick and ball and send them outside instead of letting them sit transfixed to a bloody computer for hours. Bonkers.



Because the stick and ball will set them so well in life. A balance of the two however... Kids need these skills before they get to school not before they leave school. Working on the basis that the odds are against your kids making the elite of professional bat and ball players, skills of this kind are essential for kids to keep up with their peers.

Didn't know the i pad was aimed at 6 month old babies!

EnaSharplesHairnet

Because the stick and ball will set them so well in life. A balance of … Because the stick and ball will set them so well in life. A balance of the two however... Kids need these skills before they get to school not before they leave school. Working on the basis that the odds are against your kids making the elite of professional bat and ball players, skills of this kind are essential for kids to keep up with their peers.



Kids need to explore the world first hand, balls, mobiles, colouring etc. all sound better than the ipad option. They'll have a lifetime in front of screens, it's depressing to think they'll be in front of one at 6 months.
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