VTech Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train (Frustration Free Packaging)
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|Item Weight||7.28 Pounds|
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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
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.
From the manufacturer
VTech Sit-To-Stand Ultimate Alphabet Train
This train is designed to grow with your child and can be used for floor play or as a ride on that also transforms into a walker. When your little conductor gets older, the caboose converts into a wagon they can fill with toys and pull along to develop gross motor skills.
What are you waiting for? Take a ride on the learning express with this ultimate alphabet train! All aboard.
- Ten activities for discovery, includes storybook, clock, gears and 13 double-sided letter blocks
- Train counts the letter blocks when dropped down the chute
- A Walkie-Talkie and number pad feature encourages role-play and introduces numbers and animals
- Plays more than 100 songs, melodies, sounds and phrases
- Five colorful piano buttons introduce colors and weather concepts
Grows With Your Child
Designed to transform from floor play to a ride-on and grow with your little conductor.
Remove the caboose to use as walker to encourage motor skills.
Walkie-Talkie, storybook, clock and gears encourage imaginative play.
Convert the caboose to a wagon to store blocks and pull-along to build motor skills.
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|Recommended Age||2-5 Years.||6-36 months||6-36 months||6-36 months||6-36 months|
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Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2018
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Just because some kids do not like or show interest in some toys does not make them intellectually advanced or superior to other kids and this toy does not deserve 1* 2* for that reason. Kids are miniature copies of adults, they have their own personality just like adults and choose their likes just like us adults.
Giving 1* 2* for this toy because kid shoved his/her arm in a train shoot is not a fair. Kids learn and discover things by sticking their arms, legs, fingers, toes, heads, tongues and objects in everything that catches their attention and everything you couldn't even think of. And that is inevitable even if you hover over them 24/7. My own youngest 2.5 yo has been and still is very handful and does things that my oldest had never even though of doing. She basically keeps me on my teepee toes, and when she does something or I suspect that she might hurt herself I stop her and note to her that it gives booboo.
1* 2* because it did not work. Yes, it can be frustrating to get something that isn't working but s..t happens to all of us. Contact Amazon, initiate return/exchange, be persistent. Again, "special" people everywhere your request might have been ignored by one of them. Call Amazon customer service. You might get yet another "special" person just ask to talk to someone in charge supervisor/manager who will end up solving your issue and most likely get some promotion/discount towards your future Amazon purchases for your inconvenience.
1* 2* because there are too many lights and sounds. This toy is intended for young kids. Kids love bright colors, lights and sounds. If you are an adult that gets easily triggered by those things then for the safety of loved ones and people around you do not buy this toy.
1* 2* for the toy tilting over and unable to use as walker. Show me one walking toy that won't tilt. If your child just learns to stand up on his/her own and walk on his/her own it's our parents duty to supervise their every step and not just throw toys at them and get mad that kid tilts over with the toy.
Yes, I have been annoyed by its sounds at times especially when you wanting a quiet time. I just have my kids play something quieter or turn off the sound for a while. It takes more space that I'd like but my both kids liked and little one still likes playing with it even with lights and sounds turned off. She puts her dolly on it and gives it a ride and teaches her dolly random letters. Cute :)
I have purchased 2 as presents and did not hear any negative feedback. One of recipients has a very loud mouth and she wouldn't hold back if anything had been wrong with the toy
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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. There was a block on the other side so she leaned over to get the block but she slipped and her neck went between the front and back of the train(where they connect)!! Thankfully I was sitting right there and immediatly pulled her out but she would NOT have been able to get her self out. This is the same flaw that the Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Chair had, there was a gap that a child could get their neck stuck between the chair & table..if you have the older style with that flaw they will send you a new piece to cover the gap, taking away the entrapment/strangulation hazard.
I did email Vtech about this but have not gotten any response. If you already have this toy I recommend ALWAYS keeping the train seperated from the seat unless an adult is right there with them. If you are thinking about buying this train, I'd skip it and buy something else until the gap is fixed...IF they fix it. Hopefully they will address the problem before a child is injured or killed.
As far as fun, my girls really enjoy this. They love turning the pages of the book, love pulling the blocks out once I put them in and just playing with the blocks by themselves. Their favorite thing is for me to pull/push them around while they sit on the train.
I do think this toy is probably more educational for children over 1 year. At one year they can't put the blocks into the side(at least my girls cant). There are little games that tell you to flip the block over to find what is on the other side or he tells you to find the letter 'P' and put it in the side. So 1 year olds have no idea what he is saying.
If you are looking for a toy for a 1 year old, I would recommend getting something else. My girls do like this but they'll gladly skip this & go for their Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Home or Leapfrog Learning Table, they spend way more time playing with those. If you are looking for a Sit to Stand toy, I don't think this is sturdy enough, my girls can go from sitting to standing w/out a problem but if they hold onto this it will normally tip right over. They do like the walker part of the train and are almost walking but when the train is used as a walker it is NOT very stable/sturdy and this will tip/fall either left or right & so will my girls...they fall more with it than if they were trying to walk w/out anything.
My girls are now 14 months old, both of them can walk, one of them slowly/cautiously & the other is a pro. Both of them still enjoy walkers but if they use the train part of this like a walker both of them will fall down since it is so unstable. They can walk across the room just fine without falling on their own but with this they fall. Right now the only things my girls like about this are the blocks-they like all blocks and sometimes they like turning the pages in the book. This is something they just do not play with much at all. I am putting this away(except the blocks) and will get it out again when my girls turn 2 and I'll see if they like it better then. I definately think there are better options for toys if you are buying for a 1 year old, I wouldnt recommend this unless the child is at least 2, maybe more but I still think there are better options than this. If you are set of getting a train type of toy then get the leapfrog alphabet train, that is much better for a 1 year old. The walker part is sturdy, it rolls easier when riding, has more age appropriate toys on it for 1 year olds & it has more toys on it. It also doesn't have a strangulation hazard. Both my girls love it, my 2 year old niece loved it & my 5 year old niece loved it.
The Vtech is hard to roll-if you are wanting an easy to ride/roll toy then I recommend the Fisher Price Ride Ons-my girls have the Fisher Price Lil'Princess Ride On and I also recommend the Little Tikes Ride On. These are ride on toys only-not learning toys. The Leapfrog is easier to roll than the Vtech but still not as easy as the Fisher Price Ride On or Little Tikes. My girls love riding things or being pushed around so it is better to have a basic ride on toy for that.
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My 3 year old adores this toy.
My only problem with it is that its tricky for them to get the numbers in and but that isn't a big deal and now my 1 year old uses it to climb onto things like its a rolling stool now so I can only let them play with it when I'm watching very carefully which I don't mind but I know this toy was worth every penny and my kids will get many more years of enjoyment from it!