Talking, interactive cash register with four built-in learning activities Features a built-in scanner, scale, lights, sounds, voice messages, and coin slot 73-piece set helps children practice early math and money skills through pretend play Includes actual-size play money (coins and bills), credit cards, and coupon card Great for ages 5 Practice coin identification, addition, subtraction, and place value while playing 4 fun games that increase in difficulty. Great for imaginative role play and learning basic math skills. Includes play money, coupon, and pretend credit card. Requires C batteries, not included. Ring up the fun with the Teaching Cash Register! A perfect addition to any pretend store, this talking cash register helps teach basic math and money skills through creative play. Filled with engaging activities and a drawer stashed with life-size (make-believe) cash, the Teaching Cash Register helps kids make sense of currency with a coin reader that identifies both real and plastic coins. Other features include a generous LCD screen that shows transaction values in large, easy-to-read numbers, a working scale, and a scanner for pretend coupons and credit cards. Four interactive learning games take kids through multiple levels of play, increasing in difficulty as players advance their math skill levels. Large buttons help little fingers total up the orders, while lights and sounds capture the imagination. Winner of numerous awards, including an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, the interactive Teaching Cash Register develops logic, reasoning, and coin recognition skills, and helps animate lessons about addition, subtraction, counting money, making change, and decimal usage. Measuring approximately 14 by 9-3/4 by 9 inches, the Teaching Cash Register requires 3 C batteries (not included) to power its playful "ka-ching!" --Heather LyndonTroubleshooting: RESET – If the register begins to behave erratically, press the RESET button located just above the battery compartment on the bottom of the unit. Use the tip of a paperclip or pen to depress the button. If this doesn’t solve the problem, please refer to the USE AND CARE section of this manual.