The Touch and Tell (Texas Instruments) was like the long lost
(and lesser) cousin to the Speak and Spell. It was aimed at 2
to 5 year olds and came with big, interchangeable, two-sided
touch pad sheets and interchangeable cartridges for each sheet.
Each sheet taught a different subject (alphabet fun, number fun,
colors, shapes, etc.). A computerized voice would tell the user
what buttons to push. The second generation of the Touch and
Tell was called the Teddy Touch and Tell. It was shaped like a
bear and continued teaching kids the alphabet, recognizing
numbers, colors, animals, etc.