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VTech Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train
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- This incredible learning and play toy gives your toddler three modes of play: Floor Play Mode, Walker Mode and Ride-On Mode
- Interactive early learning center teaches your toddler letters, numbers, colors, songs, stories and more; a toddler toy that is grow-with-me for your child
- Ride-on toy train playset has motion sensors that activate sound when moving; 13 double-sided letter blocks and a non-rip water resistant alphabet book included
- The five colorful piano key buttons teach numbers and colors; comes with over 100 sing-along songs, music, sound effects and phrases
- The three different modes of this toy will entertain your child from ages 1 to 3; operates on 3 AA batteries that are included
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Warning: Adult assembly required. This product is not strong enough to support children over 36 months.
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Here is a video that I shot of both of my kids (12 months and 3 years) with the Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train(tm). As you can see, both age groups love it!
The Sit to Stand Alphabet Train was very easy to put together and holds up very nice. I have a 3 year old and he has been caught playing `run away train' from his sister, so the train itself holds up very nicely. He loves to sit there with his sister and put in alphabet blocks that the train recognizes the colors, letters and images that are on each block. When you put in a red letter "Y" block, it will tell you that it is a letter "Y" and asks you to find the "yo-yo", in which you turn the block around. I think this is a fantastic learning tool for infants, as well as toddlers. Kambry is in her first stages of walking, so this is perfect for letting her get a grip on her balance and learn to move those toes with a push toy.
I look forward to many more fun leaning adventures with my kids, and with VTech Kids' Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train(tm).
1.She can sit and play with it (she likes to turn the book's pages which tell her the different letters on them) or chew on the 26 blocks that come with
2.She trys to pull up and press the musical buttons or elephant which plays songs.
3.We can tell she will learn to take some steps with it, and later she can ride on it.
The blocks can be used in different ways, as blocks with letters and pictures to indentify, you can place them in the slot on top which counts them and they land into the 2nd car, or you put them in the holes which then say the name of the letter and a word that starts with that letter. Sometimes it asks you to find a specific letter block which she won't learn until later, but it should be fun then.
We were looking for a toy for pulling up and cruising, so cool to have found one that does more. As far as the price goes it cost less than the Chicco Talking Garden Table we bought and returned.
I will say this, though, the songs get stuck in your head and you find yourself humming some silly song as you go about your day but this certainly isn't the first muscial toy to do that.
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My daughters received this for their 1st Birthday and have liked it since they first layed eyes on it. I'll explain the FUN features after I explain the DANGER.
My daughter Madison, who is the smaller of my twins(3-6 months clothes though she is 1) was playing with the train.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grandsons love it. Another very well made and worthwhile VTech product.Published 6 hours ago by Debi
very cute toy. Baby loves to push the letter blocks through the engine.Songs and alphabet songs are cute.Published 8 days ago by Karen
My 18 month old grandson loves his train. So many different things on it to keep his attention.Published 9 days ago by Mutzie