There’s a teaching feature on the Little Tikes Cash Register that is a little hidden, but awesome: inside the coin sorter on the front, engraved on the white plastic on the back surface, are counting values for the 3 coins which fit inside. This feature “teaches” children how to count by ones, twos, and threes.
Though I think the Little Tikes Cash register kind of sucks, since those darn coins are always getting stuck, it is still a pretty fun toy. My 2 year old can work everything pretty well and will stay engaged with it for about 15 minutes at a time. Throughout the day it will end up in different rooms of the house (basement toy room, upstairs living room, either of the children’s bedrooms) because it is being played with so often.
The Little Tikes Cash Register is lightweight, colorful, and is about 10 inches tall. The manufacturers recommended age for this toy is 2 + years. It is a fully manual toy with no electronic parts, and features the following elements:
Yes, you heard me correctly. The newest Little Tikes Cash Register kind of sucks. I’m talking about the colorful Count ‘n Play Cash Register, which one of my kids got for Christmas.