Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker

from VTech


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  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

  • 2 AA batteries required
    TTPM Is Always On With


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker starts off as an activity panel for floor play and then becomes a walker. For babies 9 months and up, the activity panel offers lots of tactile play in two play modes. In Learning mode, babies can insert the shape sorters or press the shape buttons for an introduction to shapes and numbers. Pressing the piano keys will activate animal sounds, music notes, and the names of colors. In Music mode, the shape buttons will play songs and sounds while the piano keys play piano notes.

In both modes, pressing the sun button activates melodies, sounds, and lights. When kids pick up the phone, they'll hear animal noises. Spin the gears for more music, sounds, and lights. Play hide-and-seek with the ducks by swinging open the barn door.

When your baby is ready to walk, attach the activity panel to the front of the walker for on-the-go, motion-activated play. There is a speed control switch on the two back wheels of the walker. Position one is for kids just learning to take their first steps. As walking skills develop, switch to position two so that the walker moves more freely.

Is It Fun?

This is an interactive toy that grows with your child, helping him with both fine and gross motor skills. The activity panel contains so much to keep babies engaged, while introducing them to shapes, colors, numbers, and animals as they play.

Who It’s For

The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker is for ages 9-36 months.

What To Be Aware Of

Two AA batteries are included for the in-store try-me features, and VTech recommends replacing them before you play for best results.