With a portable carry handle and light-up screen children can explore four activities introducing letters, numbers, objects, musical instruments and colours along with Peppa and her friends. They can also hear six fun tunes, funny sounds and piano notes in the song mode.
What our testers said
“I love Peppa, I watch her on the telly.” – Girl aged 3
“Peppa.” (pointing at the screen) – Boy aged 2
What our experts think
The Peppa Pig laptop was an instant hit with Peppa Pig fans. We liked the way children were encouraged to match numbers, letters and more in a fun and engaging way – this is good for developing early literacy and maths skills. It was easy for children to understand how to use the laptop, and they enjoyed exploring the variety of games which is great for keeping the attention of this age group.
We also like that it grows with the child; our younger testers loved the music and sound elements whereas the older ones could carry out the number and letter tasks along with the quiz. We did find that the sound was too loud and would like to have sen a volume button (some of the children also felt the same way!). There is also no off switch, which means the laptop is not ideal for travelling with.
– Develops fine motor control
– Aids early number, colour and shape recognition
– Supports language skills