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From baby steps to big steps the Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker by VTech helps your baby develop from a crawler to a walker through adaptive technology. With a barnyard of playful friends to cheer them on, your little one will have endless fun as they learn to walk. Start out with the easy-to-remove activity panel for floor play or on-the-run fun, then step it up with the fun-to-maneuver walker. Spinning gears, five piano keys, three colorful rollers, three light-up shape sorters, three light-up buttons and a telephone handset offers endless fun that will stimulate your baby’s learning and develop their motor skills. The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker keeps baby on track teaching shapes, colors, animals, music and more.
The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker is part of the Sit-to-Stand series of toys developed to grow with baby. Little ones can play with the standalone activity panel on the floor while discovering animals, colors, music, shapes and numbers. Attach the panel to the walker as babies grow and they’ll continue to learn as they move along.
Two modes of play, learning and music, on the activity panel will keep youngsters engaged while they learn. In learning mode, insert the shape sorters or press the three shape buttons to learn shapes. Baby will enjoy spinning the three flowers to hear fun phrases, sound effects, and a melody or pressing the piano keys to learn colors, numbers and animal sounds.
In music mode, insert the shape sorters or press the three shape buttons to hear upbeat melodies and fun sound effects. Baby can also press the piano keys to play piano notes. When a melody is playing, pressing the piano keys will activate fun animal sounds on top of the melody.
In both modes, little ones will enjoy picking up the phone to hear animals singing and opening or closing the swinging door to play hide-and-seek with the friendly cow. While using the activity panel with the walker, the panel is motion-activated to play melodies and sound effects as the child pushes the walker.
Ever notice the look on your baby’s face when they learn something new through their own discovery? These self-accomplished moments are a parent’s greatest reward. To help fulfill them, VTech created the Infant Learning series of toys.
These unique interactive learning toys directly respond to what children do naturally, play. Using innovative technology, these toys react to baby’s interactions, making each play experience fun and unique as they learn age-appropriate concepts like first words, numbers, shapes, colors and music. More importantly, VTech’s Infant Learning toys develop baby’s mental and physical abilities by inspiring, engaging and teaching.
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My daughter has been walking for 3 and 1/2 months now and still loves this toy. She will play with this thing for 15-20 minutes straight! Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Brandy
Had this less than 6 months and the musical part just stopped working changed the batteries and it still doesn't work my grandson really loved this and now he is so disappointed... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Gloria
Very sturdy and stable for toddlers learning to walk. It provides long periods of entertainment even past that learning to walk stage! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mandy Talbott
This is one of my littles ones favorite toys. It's fun and educational. I love that it has a high and low volume setting. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mykids031306
An awesome toy for little ones that aren't walking yet or are just starting to walk. My daughter is now 2 and still loves playing with it.Published 15 days ago by ak
We love the fact that you can pull off the front activity part before the baby is ready for the walker. She walks with it now and stops to play on the front. Great toyPublished 17 days ago by Terry Baumer
My son is/was a fan. Less so now that he is walking but this was a great toy to help him learn to stand up and walk around. Lots of good noises and things to turn. Read morePublished 18 days ago by C. Drennan