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VTech Sit to Stand Alphabet Train
Make tracks with the Sit to Stand Alphabet Train, teaching little ones letters, numbers, colors, songs, stories and more. The Sit to Stand Alphabet Train features 13 double-side letter blocks, a book with six turning pages, five colorful number buttons, one movable elephant character, a motion sensor, a ride-on carriage and a drop-space for sending the blocks from the train to the carriage. You can use alone for floor play, push along as a walker, or attach to the carriage as a ride-on toy. Plus, with the Sit to Stand Alphabet Train, there are two ways to play. Choose from two play modes: Walker Mode and Discovery Mode.
|Length: 2:32 Mins|
I bought this for my 10 months old son. He used it as a walker for 4-5 months. He is 17 months old now and It is still one of his favorite toys. Go for it!Published 11 hours ago by Disha Goel
This toy is awsome for all ages from NY 5 month old to the 3 year old (grandchildren), they learn as they play and it keeps their attention for a long time.Published 3 days ago by maggiemae
The little boy I bought this for absolutely loves it. Score 1 for me!Published 5 days ago by MrsBeck2
My twins LOVE this ugly toy so Im giving it 5 stars, they arent impressed by muchPublished 8 days ago by Chantelle
I bought it for my nephew 's one year son. It seems still a little earlier for him to get It interested yet. But I'd appears a wonderful learning tools. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Young
It was a gift for my 1 year old nephew and he loved it! He quickly figured out the buttons to turn and where to put the blocks . He also enjoys pushing it all over the house. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Adriana
its a great toy for baby to infant kids to play with and learn eye to hand coordination...its fun and easy for them to play with only difficult thing for the kids is putting the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Gurpreet Singh
1 year old grandson loved this train and will enjoy it for several years as it grows with child's abilities.Published 15 days ago by Susan O'Malley
I bought this for my son's 1st birthday. He immediately loved it. He is nearly 4 and STILL plays with it. He loves the colors, letters, sounds, etc. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Lauren L.