We love that the buttons actually work, and that there is a card reader attached (Violet, and just 2.5, already understands that sometimes we use plastic!). The receipt roll is a nice touch, and can be used for writing receipts, and making shopping lists — an important organizational concept to teach. Included inside the working drawer are 2 wooden credit cards, 8 wooden dollar bills of various increments, and nice, thin, wooden coins in different value. I love that the entire set is made of wood, the quality that wooden toys adds to our collection is wonderful & timeless.
What’s more, is that there are so many important concepts that a cash register can teach. Children can explore important ideas, ranging from basic counting skills, to number practice, basic addition and subtraction, dollar and coin values, pricing, budgeting, product selection, social and customer service concepts, developing fine motor skills, and the list goes on.
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