Yoto Clever Speak for Kids – Review and Giveaway

A boy using the light-up Yoto Clever Speaker

Yoto is a new clever speaker made for children, with a library of physical cards that kids control. We were very lucky to try out Yoto recently, and both Biggest and Littlest absolutely loved it. One lucky reader could WIN a Yoto speaker for their little ones. See the Rafflecopter at the end of the post to see how to enter.


Yoto has so many advantages. Children are inevitably fascinated by digital technology – from media streaming to tablets to smart assistants. As parents, we therefore have the added pressure of keeping them safe online, working out how much screen time is too much and making sure that they use digital technology for productive and educational pursuits. Yoto can help with that. Check out our video review below to see all the ways that Yoto can be used.

Yoto Clever Speaker – Full Video Unboxing and Review

Yoto is so Versatile

Yoto is an amazing device that allows your children to listen to audiobooks, music, podcasts and more. There are cards to help them learn vocabulary, new languages and all kinds of other information. You can even use blank cards to record and play your own stories, music and information – great for music recitals, revision and creativity.

We thought Yoto has so much potential for such a wide age-range of kids and we cannot wait to keep experimenting with our Yoto.

For parents, Yoto also offers peace of mind, as it allows children to access the wonderful benefits of the digital age safely.

Biggest enjoying the Yoto Clever Speaker

£10 Off Yoto Clever Speaker

If you cannot wait and want to get a Yoto for your little one as soon as possible, use the discount code DANIELLE10 to get £10 off.

Win a Yoto Speaker

One lucky reader could win a Yoto Clever Speaker and the introduction set of cards. To enter, simply follow the instruction in the Rafflecopter below. Terms and conditions do apply and can be found here –

Entrants must be UK residents. The competition closes at 11.59pm on the 3rd of January and the winner will be selected at random.

Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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68 thoughts on “Yoto Clever Speak for Kids – Review and Giveaway

  1. They are curious about any technology we have at home and would love to have something that’s just theirs to use.

  2. I think my little girl would love this and my older boy, both for learning a new language, and for being able to make up their own stories. I love anything away from a tv, so this would be great for them!

  3. This would be great for my autistic son and maybe trying to teach him reading and writing in a way he would understand xx

  4. My little ones would adore this as they love being creative and they are a talented bunch which this will help with that a lot so fingers crossed! 🙂

  5. My grandson who has autism would love the lights & listening to music, it would also help with his speech

  6. My daughter is 6 and we read a book to her every night before bed. This would be great as an alternative. We would still read to her but it would be a nice change.

  7. It looks amazing cute, it makes noise and it lights up, just looking at it they will be interested. They’ll be amazed by what it can do!

  8. My girls share a room and I know my eldest would love playing with it with her little sister, she’s always trying to teach her lots of new things

  9. I think H would love it as she is always trying to swipe my juice speaker to listen to and dance to music in her room

  10. My daughters are 4 and 2. My four your old would love the creative side of this.

    However it would be a my 2 (nearly 3) year old who would benefit most. She has a severe speech delay and is now waiting for further testing to see if she has ASD.

  11. This looks great.
    I believe my son may have ADHD so would be perfect to go in his safe place in his den for Sensory support

  12. My 6 yr old step-granddaughter would love this. She loves learning new things. This would be educational and fun for her

  13. My son is obsessed with the likes of Siri and Alexa so having a more child appropriate version to interact with would be brilliant

  14. My kids love playing with their grandads alexa And love to ask it all sorts of fun And interesting questions so if they won this, they could use it at home

  15. They are obsessed with our extended families speakers and assistants and would love one similar just for them. They would love to use it for practising languages which is their main obsession atm.

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