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VTech Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train

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List Price: $49.99
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  • Sit to stand play in three modes: Floor Play Mode, Walker Mode and Ride-On Mode
  • Features 13 double-sided letter blocks
  • Five piano keys teach numbers and colors
  • 6-page book teaches letters
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VTech Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train + VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker (Frustration Free Packaging) + First 100 Words
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 31 x 17 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0015399MG
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 80-076600
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,023 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (368 customer reviews)
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Warning: Adult assembly required. This product is not strong enough to support children over 36 months.

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

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.

Product Description

All aboard! This versatile train is also a teaching tool. Introduce baby to numbers, letters, colors, songs, stories, and more through two learning modes-walker mode and discovery mode. The adaptable train can be used alone for floor play, pushed along as a walker, or the child can ride on the train. VTech. Ages: 12 mos.+

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, this is a great educational toy.
My son easily recognized that turning the pages would make the train talk, also he learned to put the blocks into the top chute, and loves riding it.
Age 6 month and 2 1/2 years old and they both really loved it!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

157 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 1, 2008
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As a parent, I would rather get those toys at Christmas time that have use to them and that will be played with, but the most important thing to me is it's ability to help my kids learn and its durability. there are some gifts that are given to my kids that I dread seeing when I notice that they have noise. I think there are more people out there like me. Some toys out there are just too loud for my taste. I am very impressed with VTech's line of learning toys and games! I love that the sounds are fun, catchy and tend to keep my kids more in tune with the toy and with learning. With the Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train(tm), the music and songs that it sings to your child, I often find myself singing along. Yes. I sing along to it. LOL! It almost has a circus theme to the tunes that it plays. Very fun!

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).
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97 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Mommy of Cuties M & Z on November 11, 2009
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****NEWEST UPDATE 10/6/2011****This is in reply to the few ladies who feel the need to leave negative comments for my post. The MAIN reason for my post was so that parents could hear what happened to my daughter and either not buy this toy or if they did that they can take precautions and unhook the train from the caboose if they aren't going to be right beside them. My daughter DID get her neck stuck between the 2 parts...the train gets attached by a rubber connector so when my daughter fell the way that she did the train seperated further apart and she fell perfectly so that her neck was against the front of the train and when her weight went down as she fell the gap in the train tightened ON her neck...so reguardless of what any of the negative comments say, she COULD have gotten strangled. Just because a product is still on the market doesn't mean that it is safe and just because a lot of people havn't ran into a problem doesn't mean there won't be one. Look how long it took drop side cribs to get outlawed, most babies didn't have a problem in them but lots of them did. There is nothing wrong with being cautious when it comes to the safety of a baby/child and if my post can help keep even 1 kid from getting injured then that was a success. And also, if someone is being strangled, they can't breathe so they won't be crying or whining for someone to come help them...in reply to the latest comment.


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.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By J. S. Swinford on October 17, 2008
Not sure what toy the other reviewers were playing with, but we returned an activity table and bought this instead for our 8-month-old learning-to-pull-herself-up girl. We like that it will evolve as she grows:
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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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ashlee on October 14, 2008
This toy is outrageously overpriced. I expected something a little better for the money. It doesn't have that many features, therefore my son easily tires of it. It's also difficult for him to ride the train because it's two separate pieces and the handle sits too far forward. If I could do it over again I would've spent my $50 somewhere else.
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