This realistic looking ATM allows kids to deposit real money or to withdraw money with Pass Cards, just like what Mom and Dad use! Check out these awesome features: Cool key pad for entering transactions, Punch in deposits, Amounts show up on LCD screen, Slot for dropping in coins, and more. Requires two "C" batteries.Recommended for ages 7 and up.
The Learning ATM
Highly recommend for teaching children how to save
A fantastic way for our kindergartner to grasp the concept of making regular "deposits" and have the money automatically be separated out into giving, saving and spending categories!
October 12, 2011
Great learning tool!
I highly recommend! I bought one for my son years ago and was so disappointed that I didn't think ahead and buy one for my newborn at that time. I recently started looking for another one with no luck until now. I bought 2 this time, one for my daughter and one for my grandson. I love these banks! They are great learning tools! Yes, you must help your children when they are very young. But they catch on and can use it easily after a while. Thank you for offering a great product!
June 25, 2011
Had this bank awhile
I originally bought this when my son was 8. I also was disappointed with the fact that we had to manually do everything and keep track of the keys. I misplaced the directions and cannot find any information online about how to change the percentages. That part was very confusing and complicated. There are several buttons to push for each and every "transaction" making it a very frustrating "bank" for us. For my younger two children, I think we'll do things the old fashioned way and count our money, setting the tithe, savings and spending into their own banks.
June 13, 2011
This product is the best of its kind.
After purchasing this product for one grandchild I purchased a different brand/type for another so they could tell the difference. I was completely disappointed in the other and went back to this product for the other grandchild. It workds great, is easy for them to use, and I love the featues.
December 17, 2010