Count & Roll Tree

from VTech


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  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

  • 2 AAA batteries required
    TTPM Is Always On With


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

There is a lot of learning fun going on in the Count & Roll Tree. There are two modes of play: Color mode and Counting mode. The yellow bird button in the center of the playset gets the action going, and the light flashes as kids play. The apple buttons will play songs in Color mode and encourage basic number awareness in Counting mode. Kids can drop the four colorful balls down the spiral slide and turn them around the Ferris Wheel as 26 melodies, sing-along songs, and phrases play.

Why Is It Useful?

In addition to counting and colors, there are also lots of activities for little hands, such as dropping balls into the chutes, understanding randomness, developing fine motor skills, and cause and effect, engaging kids in a holistic way that helps encourage interaction and learning. As the balls roll around, there may be some gross motor skill development for kids as they chase them across the floor. Overall, this is a nice balance of diverse skill development and age-appropriate activities for its target age.

Who It’s For

The Count & Roll Tree is for ages 9–36 months. For the youngest kids, co-play with a parent or caregiver can be very effective in helping kids with some basic concepts and reinforcing the learning. Older kids will be engaged, exploring and interacting on their own.

What To Be Aware Of

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

The toy does have volume control. The lower volume will probably be best for most kids playing close to the toy.