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Most of our sound books use 357/AG13/LR44 (or LR1154F) 1.5V button cell batteries. You can buy them wherever watch batteries are sold. Just look for the number on the existing battery and buy one to match.
Please note: although batteries with an SR designation (such as SR44) physically fit in our books, they may not put out the correct voltage and will not work dependably. We do not recommend the use of SR-labeled batteries.
First, our apologies! We’re sorry you’re having a problem. We work very hard to create the best books possible for our customers.
We’re sorry you’re having a problem with your Record-a-Story. We’ve found that most recording problems can be solved by making sure that you’re reading from a book held open on a flat table, near a bright light source, as outlined in the printed instructions. Why is this necessary? The holes punched into the right-hand pages are, in effect, sensors that use light to link the recording with the appropriate page. If the book is angled, or the light is dim, the sensors can’t work properly.
The original version of this book had a programming limit that required us to use 3-letter words only for this spelling activity. Since there are no age-appropriate 3-letter words in English that start with Q or X, those letters were not included. We encourage you to use the Smart Pad to explore all of the letters from A to Z and to play the many included alphabet and spelling games, and also to use the absence of Q and X in that book as a teaching opportunity: “Can you say the whole alphabet? Which letters of the alphabet are missing from this book? Can you think of words that start with the letters Q and X?”
You’re not alone. This “find’em” has stumped quite a few readers! Here’s where to find the wishbone: look in the bottom left-hand corner of the right-hand page. You’ll see little Anna knocking on the door of Elsa’s room. The wishbone is in Anna’s right hand.
We’re sorry you’re having a problem with your Quiz-It pen.
If none of these tips works for you, your Quiz-It pen may be defective. For a replacement, please call Customer Support at 1-877-277-9441 or email us at email@example.com. We will need the set’s ISBN number (printed next to the barcode on the back of the box), the date and place of purchase, and your shipping address
If you do not hear any sound while playing this app, check the volume buttons to make sure the volume is not set to the lowest setting. The volume buttons are probably on the outside edge of your device.
If you hear sounds, but you don’t hear the story read aloud, you might be in Read & Play story mode. See “How do I switch story modes?”
The Potty Time with Elmo app has two story modes: Read & Play and Listen & Play. From the main menu, tap the Story button to access the story mode options. The app will remember the mode you choose until you decide to change it.
You can switch modes at any time during the story by tapping the pull-down menu (the red button in the top left corner) and selecting “Listen” or “Read.”
In Listen & Play mode, the story is automatically read aloud by Elmo. In Read & Play mode, narration does not play automatically, so parents can read the story aloud; however, you can still tap any text box to hear Elmo read it aloud.
There are objects on every page that will animate when tapped. If you don’t see them, you can wait a few seconds and all of them will start to glow. Once tapped, these objects become stickers in your Potty Chart sticker book.
There is also one animation on every screen that will play on its own – there is no sticker associated with this animation.
There are two ways to collect stickers: in the story, and by playing the games.
In the story, you can collect stickers in both Read & Play and Listen & Play modes. Tap around the story art on each screen to find objects or characters that animate when you touch them. After the animation plays, your sticker book will pop up on-screen and your sticker will be added to it. If you don’t touch anything on the screen for 10 seconds, the sticker objects will glow as a hint.
There are 21 hidden animations to discover and add to your sticker book. You will earn stickers only the first time each of the 21 hidden animations is touched (until you clear your sticker book and start again – see below).
You can also collect stickers by playing the three games. The first six times you finish each game, you will win a trophy sticker. If you collect all six trophy stickers in all three games, you will earn a bonus Super Trophy sticker as well.
Your sticker book resides at the top of the My Potty Chart screen, so you can always see which stickers you’ve collected and which ones you still need to find.
To start over and collect stickers again, you can clear the stickers from the For Parents menu. First, tap For Parents on the main menu. Then enter the code displayed on the screen. When you have entered the code correctly, you will see a menu that includes a Clear Stickers button. Just tap this button to clear all of the stickers that your child has collected. The six default star stickers will remain.
There are six songs, which can all be accessed from the Songs screen. To get there, tap the Songs button, which can be found on the main menu and in the pull-down menu on each story screen.
Once there, tap the orange arrow to scroll through the six songs. To select a song, just tap it.
These songs also appear in the story, one on each story page. Just tap the song button in the bottom left corner of the screen to play the song.
There are three games you can play, which can all be accessed from the Games screen. To get there, tap the Games button, which can be found on the main menu and in the pull-down menu on each story screen.
Once there, tap the orange arrow to scroll through the three games. To select a game, just tap it.
Each game also appears once during the story. When you see a game button in the bottom right corner of the screen, just tap it to play the game.
To print the potty chart, use the internal screenshot function of your device. Then it can be printed like any other image on your phone — you can send it directly to a printer, or email or transfer the image to a personal computer for printing.
Using an Apple device
On your device, press and hold the menu button (the main button below the screen). While holding the menu button, press the power/lock button (the switch on the top edge of the device) for a moment and then release both buttons. The device will flash and click, much like a camera, and the screenshot will be stored in the “Photos” section on that personal device. Then it can be printed like any other image on your phone — you can send it directly to a printer, or email or transfer the image to a personal computer for printing.
Using an Android device
Newer devices have a built-in screenshot function. Just press the volume-down and the Power buttons at the same time and hold them for a second. Your phone will take a screenshot, which will show up in your Gallery app.
For older devices, it will vary between different manufacturers, but usually holding the power and volume-down buttons for a few seconds will still save a screenshot. Once you’ve taken a screenshot of the potty chart, it can be printed like any other image on your phone – you can send it directly to a printer, or email or transfer the image to a personal computer for printing.
If you’re still having issues, you may need to close the app and start again. You can also try restarting your device. You can find directions for your Apple device at support.apple.com or your Android device at support.google.com/android
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If you do not hear any sound while playing this app, try the following:
To change the functionality of the switch back to Mute On/Off, go into your Settings. Under the category General, find the “Use Side Switch to” box, and check Mute. Then exit Settings and return to the app. Now the Side Switch should work to turn the audio on or off.
Once you turn on the audio, you can change the Side Switch back to a Rotation Lock button, and the audio will remain on.
You can navigate from one scene to another (or to any other place in the app) through the Menu button, which always appears in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. When you tap this button, a Menu tray slides out with five options. To go to a different Look and Find scene, tap the scene selector button on the far left. To go to Super Duper Sticker Book, tap the Sticker Book button. To play the Look-Look Memory Game, tap the Game button. To turn off/on the music and sounds, tap the Settings button. For Help, Parent Tips, What’s New, and Credits, tap the Information button.
To pull up a new random set of five Find’ems, just select the scene again. To do this, tap the Menu button, then the scene selector button, then choose the scene you are currently in (it will be the one scene that is faded out). The scene will reload, with a new set of five random Find’ems from the pool of 15 Find’ems per scene.
(FYI screenshot for reference!)
How do I collect stickers?
Tap around each Look and Find scene to find three additional objects or characters that animate. After the animation plays, a sticker will be added to your Super Duper Sticker Book. Then you can continue searching for Find’ems and other stickers.
There are 18 of these hidden animations to discover and add to your Sticker book. You will earn stickers only the first time each of the 18 hidden animations is touched. Your Sticker book is accessible through the Menu tray. Once you open the Sticker book, you can always see which stickers you’ve collected and which ones you still need to find. To start over and collect stickers again, go to the Super Duper Sticker Book and tap the Clear Stickers button. A pop-up will appear to confirm that you want to start over.
You can turn off the background music via the Menu tray. Tap the Menu button. When the Menu tray opens, select the Settings button. This will open a pop-up that allows you to turn off/on the music, and/or turn off/on the sound effects and narration.
Tap the Menu button or the screen to close the Menu tray and return to your play
Apple devices have built-in parental controls that you can access through the Settings button. By default, you have 15 minutes to continue making purchases after you type in your password. But you can change this default setting to eliminate the 15-minute timeframe and force a password for each purchase. To do this, go to Settings and select “General.” Scroll down and select “Restrictions.” Then select “Enable Restrictions.” (You will be asked to enter a Restrictions Passcode.) Then, scroll down again and select “Require Password.” Select “Immediately”.
For more information on iOS parental controls, go to:
*If you are unfamiliar with any of the terms used in the following section, please see Apple definitions for your specific device at: support.apple.com/manuals
Follow these steps to force an app to close (iOS):
From the Home screen, double-click the Home button. (This is the circular concave button on the face of the device.)
Touch and hold on the app icon
When the app icon starts to jiggle, tap the minus sign to close it
Double-click the Home button and try opening the app again
Follow these steps to restart your device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch):
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on the side edge of your device for a few seconds until the red “slide to power off” slider appears. Then slide the slider
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears
Follow this step to reset your device:
Note: Reset your device only</strong> if it is no longer responding and the steps above do not work.
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button together for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
If the steps above do not help you, try the following:
Delete the app from your device and then restart your device (as explained above). Then re-download Look and Find Elmo on Sesame Street directly to your device via Wi-Fi and not from your sync computer. Please let us know how it goes.
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Tap “yes” This app works by using your device’s camera. If you tap “no,” the videos won’t play.
You’re in camera mode and ready to play a video! Simply hold the device over the companion book’s front cover till you can see it on your screen.
Once the video begins, you can move the device to a more comfortable viewing position.
Repeat the steps to replay the video: launch the app, tap the screen, and then hold the device over the book’s front cover.
Tap the X in the corner at any time to stop the video.
You might have set the app camera access to OFF/DENY. Please go to your device’s system area and set the camera to ON/ALLOW so our VideoBook app can have camera access.
Select the System icon
Scroll down to Videobook and Select it
Set the Camera slider to ON
Select the Settings icon
Scroll down to Videobook and Select it
Set the Camera slider to ON
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