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Description The Kitvision Edge HD10 action camera features Full HD video recording, a 170 degree wide angle lens and is waterproof. more

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Description With features like Full HD video recording, a 170 degree wide angle lens and being waterproof, the Kitvision Rush action camera enables you to re-live all your action-packed moments again and again. more

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Description Whether you're an adrenaline junkie or you're working your way through your bucket list, the Kitvision Blast action camera will ensure that all of your exciting experiences will be remembered forever. more

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Description As well as full HD 1080p video recording, a 175 degree wide angle lens, being waterproof to a depth of 100 meters and built-in Wi-Fi, the Kitvision Edge HD30W action camera is compatible with a range ... more

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...These Lamaze Flash Cards are said to be suitable for babies from birth. These flash cards are available to buy from: * Amazon- £4.99 * Fishpond- £12.74 * East Anglian Hobbies- £4.99 More about the Lamaze flash cards This baby toy is a product made by the brand Lamaze who are a very well known brand and I have found they are a brand they made good high quality toys for children. My son has...

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“Flash cards first words”

published 21/05/2012

Great for learning

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...quality or very good they at least have words on them so anything will help my little girl to learn. The cards come in a nice cardboard box that looks a bit like a small A5 book. I like that they have this packaging as its a nice place to store the cards after use and you don't have them strewn all over the house like we do with some other cards we have. I bought some flash cards from THe Early Learning...

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“Flash!!”

published 17/09/2010

Great education, fun

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...So my daughter is only 8 months old but I hold the philosophy that the soonerr you start teaching them, the better. Now, I know she is probably a bit early for flash cards but that didn't stop me buying a set a few weeks ago in the Early Learning Centre. I have heard that children learn better when they can see a combination of shapes, letters and pictures as well as the word to accompanying...

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