Kids' Electronic Dictionary Bookmark

By IF

$24.95
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It’s never too early to work on your vocabulary. This electronic dictionary bookmark is slim enough to mark your page and smart enough to define 38,000 words. The kids’ version comes in a colorful design, with bigger buttons that are easy for little fingers to navigate.

  • Materials: Plastic, electronics
  • Instructions: Press power button, type word into keypad and press check mark
  • Thin design easily slips into a book to bookmark a page
  • Enables children to quickly look up and understand words they encounter during their formative years
  • Data content from Oxford Primary Dictionary
  • Features 38,000 word definitions
  • Easy to use; suitable for ages 7+
  • Helpful word isolation window
  • Battery power save feature
  • Battery included
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 6" x 6.9" x 0.6"
  • Weight: 0.15 lb.

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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clever!

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I bought this as a gift for my granddaughter who is transitioning to more advanced books. It's terrific!

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Electronic dictionary

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My granddaughter loves this. It is so convenient while she is reading. And she loves to read!

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A bookmark that’s smarter than you.

About IF

Bookabulary

This really slim electronic dictionary bookmark is a logophile (which means lover of words for you non-logophiles). It can tell you tens of thousands of definitions and mark your page while it’s at it.

Young bookworms can hone their vocabulary as soon they learn how to read. The brightly-colored kids’ bookmark has bigger buttons that make it easy for little fingers to navigate and the definitions are taken directly from the Oxford Primary Dictionary.

Even grownups encounter words they don’t know. The adult version gives you access to 38,000 words definitions taken directly from the Collins English Dictionary. This way, when the plot thickens you’re not getting up (or distracted—especially by your phone).

Mark your page with a dictionary/bookmark and sharpen your vocab as the plot thickens.