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See What a CREATIVE Kid Does with the VTech KidiBuzz!

So I don’t know about you, but my kids always want to do what I’m doing. They want to drink from my cup, even when it’s the same juice in their cup. They want to dress like I do, going as far as borrowing my security pass from work to pretend they’re doing my job and working at my office. And of course, since I’m often typing away on my computer at home, they too want devices they can play on. And even though they sometimes get tablets to watch videos and play games on lengthy road trips, the number of times I’ve helped a whiny child because an accidental tap changed screens or made the movie “go away” is countless. Plus, your device might not be safe for them to use with your videos and internet cookies on them!

If we’re going to give our kids devices, wouldn’t it be nice to have ones tailored to their interests so we can feel secure knowing they’re not experiencing anything they shouldn’t?

With this in mind, I’d like to introduce you to the VTech KidiBuzz — the device that’s made for fun and made for kids!

The VTech KidiBuzz — The Device That’ll Give Your Kid’s Creativity the Tools it Needs!

The first thing you’ll notice when you hold the KidiBuzz is how sturdy it is. With its built-in bumpers and a shatter-safe screen, it can go just about anywhere your child does! And it works well as a stand-alone device, but it truly shines when it’s connected to Wi-Fi! Let me show you how:

  • First off, it’s a smart device that lets kids send text, photos, drawings and animated stickers to a parent-approved list of contacts via the KidiConnect app. Kids can even send quick voice messages with the Talk button!
  • There’s also a kid-safe web browser accessing popular pre-approved sites for kids, and the KidiBuzz comes pre-loaded with over 40 learning games and apps for your little ones!
  • But if you want to add more, add more! It has 8 GB of internal memory, expandable up to 40 GB via a microSD card, and you can add popular Android apps to it as well! It also plays audio and video just like a grown-up’s tablet, or they can capture their own with the 180º rotating camera at the top of the KidiBuzz!

So whether your kid needs a device to keep up with the latest on YouTube or loves adding silly stamps, frames and photo effects to their creations, the VTech KidiBuzz will keep their growing minds stimulated even when they’re not in school!

It’s worth a look, right?

The VTech KidiBuzz — Because the Future is NOW.

See What a CREATIVE Kid Does with the VTech Kidibuzz! — The Kid Loves His New KidiBuzz! v2We parents learn to fear technology and what it can do to our kids, but the world isn’t standing still!

There’s technology everywhere. It perplexes my kids when toys have no sounds and lights, or when the TV won’t respond to their touch. We’ve literally trained today’s kids to expect more from the technology around them—it’s time we love up to that in the safest way we can.

The VTech KidiBuzz, everyone—because if we don’t ready our children for the real world, who will?

Until the next, I remain,

–case p.


Disclaimer: I wrote this piece as a VTech/LeapFrog Blogger Ambassador, looking to show those who care for kids what kind of toys there are that can enrich them! VTech supplied product and information to assist my review, but as always, all thoughts and opinions remain my own!

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  1. My 6-year old asked for a phone for Christmas. I got her one of these (the pink one, of course). Every VTech toy I’ve ever bought has been a hit… this is one of 4 VTech toys that will be under the tree this year. 🙂

    • Great call, I say—it’s been a huge hit with our older kid, and he’s really starting to get the hang of everything it can do.

      Plus, he had a few Android apps he liked playing on the tablet his brother uses that I was easily able to install there, too. Good times! You’ve got some lucky kids over there!

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