Recordable Answer Buzzers, Set of 4
Item # LER 3769
Ages 3+
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Come up with your own fun buzzer sounds! Record silly messages, words, sounds, or music—the possibilities are endless! Record up to 7 seconds per buzzer. Just tap, record, tap, and listen!

Includes recordable buzzers in 4 different colors and Activity Guide.

Each buzzer measures 3.5" in diameter and requires 2 AAA batteries, not included.

Grades: PreK+


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Fun for class games

By Nancy @ Arizona Mama

from Glendale, AZ


  • Easy to use
  • fun


  • Easy To Delete Sound

Best Uses

  • Classroom games
  • Group Activities

Comments about Learning Resources Recordable Answer Buzzers, Set of 4:

These buzzers are made with a different color base each. You can record any sound, song, or saying you want up to 7 seconds. It is simple to record, just press the button and hold it down while you play the sound and release. Then the buzzer is ready to be used. Just press the black button on top and the buzzer will sound. These are really light weight and easy to use.

I teach high school and used these for a fun jeopardy to review before a test. The students were excited to use the buzzers. They worked great for the game, except I was not able to keep up with which sound was first. It did take a bit to get the sounds loud enough for the buzzers. I was finding sounds on my phone and holding it to the buzzer to record. One problem we had was that when you press the little button on the side the sound will erase. Of course many of my teenagers could not resist pressing it, even when I said not to. That meant I had to stop and re-record the sound. It would be nice to lock in the sound, I could imagine that it would be just as difficult or more so with preschoolers.

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