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The handle can be adjusted to fit a child's height. Includes 24 color and natural blocks. Playtime ideas: the toy will help children develop gross motor skills and stimulate coordination as they practice pushing, controlling and stopping the Baby Walker. Pushing the Baby Walker will help improve coordination and balance. Parents can adjust the handle according to a child's height. (For safety reasons parental supervision is advisable.) The Blocks stimulate creative thinking and imagination. Children will also learn about size, shape, weight and geometry, which are basic math concepts.
Helps children develop gross motor skills and stimulate coordination
Made in Thailand
Made from sustainable rubber wood
This is the second time we purchased this for our grandchildren.
Beautiful , safe and fun toy that lasts for a long time.
Really helped my daughter learn to walk. I started her on it at about 9 months and she was walking on her own at 9 and a half. Great solid toy.Published 16 days ago by R. A. Hill
Cute toy but kind of dangerous. If you push to hard on handle, it tries to fall over. Kind of top heavy.Published 20 days ago by quiltlady
Beautiful toys, but we haven't been able to put the screw from the handle yet, they are to hard to screw in.Published 1 month ago by WM
He's 13 months and he loves walking around with this, he enjoys playing with the blocks too. Beautiful toy.Published 1 month ago by Esbed Cavazos
Sent this to a friend, this is the third one I purchased in the last two years. Every parent I've sent it to has loved it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sophia
Very nice toy. Somewhat expensive, but considering it isn't toxic like plastic and other wood toys, it is worth it.Published 1 month ago by CAROL
love this walker! its weighted down enough to keep baby secure as she learns to walk. good quality will last a lot longer than the cheap plastic onesPublished 1 month ago by Karina Mancini