Cash Bash® Electronic Money Game

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Cash Bash® Electronic Money Game

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Five different games challenge kids to cash in and win.


  • Dual keypads and screens so kids can play against the clock or head-to-head as they add coin values and learn equivalencies
  • Keeps kids on their toes with five different game play options
  • Offers engaging play and immediate feedback with digital-quality sound and adjustable volume
  • Provides problem-solving challenges at advanced levels of play, with limitations on number of moves and more
  • Activity guide included
  • For one to two players
  • Requires three AA batteries (not included)
  • Measures 11"L x 4"W x 5"H
  • Recommended ages 5 to 8 years

Material: Plastic

Brand: Learning Resources

Origin: Imported

Learning Resources produces more than 1,100 hands-on, educational toys beloved by little learners as well as their parents and teachers. Headquartered in Illinois, the company creates toys for children ranging from preschool age to middle school — the most critical years for learning. Learning Resources categorizes many of its innovative offerings under such popular brand names as Gears! Gears! Gears! (a brightly colored building set appropriate for boys and girls ages three to ten), Pretend & Play (including fruit and vegetable play food sets, play picnic baskets, and pretend doctor and fishing kits), and Smart Snacks (featuring the Stack & Count Layer Cake and the Counting Cookies math skills builder). Reading and phonics books, Classroom Jeopardy!, and fractions flash cards will give your kids an edge in the classroom and help them develop the skills they’ll use for the rest of their lives.