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VTech Sit-to-Stand Ultimate Alphabet Train, Blue

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$ 46.80

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An online exclusive color of Blue, the VTech sit-to-stand ultimate alphabet train can be found here. Our push toys are designed to grow with your child the train can be used as a floor toy, as a ride on that also becomes a toddler walker or as a wagon that can be filled
Plaything includes 10 activities including a storybook, clock, gears and more 13 double-sided alphabet blocks help children improve their fine motor skills and learn about letters, numbers and colors
Playing with the walkie-talkie and number pad included in the toy encourages toddler role-play while introducing number and animal concepts the counting game plays more than a hundred melodies, sounds and phrases.
When letters are dropped down a chute on the toy train, it counts them a kids' storybook makes melodies and teaches songs
This educational toy can be used by toddlers aged one to three years old new batteries are recommended for regular usage. 3 AA batteries are included for demonstration purposes only. Size of product 34 x 34 x 32. There are no zeroes and seventeens in this equation. The size is 8 by Nine inches in length

Questions & Answers

What is the difference between this and other alphabet trains?

I definitely think it is A recent update has been made to this document. With a little bit of ease, the seat separates from the engine. In terms of the seat itself, it is much Despite the fact that my 13 month old prefers this train over another, there is plenty to do on the engine part.

What are the differences between the Vtech ultimate alphabet cube and this one? I am unsure which one I should ?

I see many of the same learning activities in both toys There are quite a few differences in the size of the activity train and the activity cube. The latter is about 13x13x13, the former is 9x9x9. The product of 8 and 33 is 8. The dimensions of 9 x 17 are not consistent. There is a ride on it that is 7 inches wide and 7 inches long. When our then 8-month-old granddaughter was in need of a ride-on toy, we searched online. It still thrills her to play with it and ride on it now that she is 18 months old. You should be able to pick one out that suits your needs the best.

Trains move on their own, don't they?

When a child is learning to walk, the stroller is designed to support him or her. The purpose is to help them remain steady when they are on the move without making it a learning tool or a

Selected User Reviews For VTech Sit-to-Stand Ultimate Alphabet Train, Blue

Is it possible for the seat to be elevated
Kendall Rowe
Kendall Rowe
| Sep 20, 2020
This is an amazing gift for 1 year olds

It's a no-brainer It's a hit with my 1 year old. He loves it it was a gift from his dad and me. It was used to assist him in walking and play games with when he wasn't able to walk when he first received I think he can use this toy for the next two years at the very least. This is a wonderful tool for learning to walk and playing with, as well as teaching the alphabet.

Castiel Watkins
Castiel Watkins
| Nov 27, 2020
The toy was a big hit with our two sons

It is a favorite toy of our sons and keeps them occupied for quite some time. Both of our sons, aged 10 and 11, love it. The month - The child is almost 3 years old The year is This is a toy that the young love to play with. As we push him around with our feet, our oldest loves to ride on it. There are a lot of little things they love to do together, which includes playing double-checking Each square on the train contains 20 double-sided alphabet blocks that activate words and phrases when they are placed in the slots. There is also a storybook, a clock, a number key, as well as This device plays over 100 songs, dances, and melodies, and teaches letters, numbers, and animals. Additionally, the device has knobs to turn and a telephone/walkie-talkie. Although our toddler doesn't actually play anything on the phone, it gives him the chance to make up stories. The train has a neat little chute that is one of the best features. Blocks or other little toys can be thrown down the chute into the storage compartment under the seat which is under the There is also a lot of color and light on the train. You can adjust the volume in two ways, which is nice. We definitely got our money's worth from this.

Pearl Terry
Pearl Terry
| Dec 10, 2020
A DEFECTIVE product, buyer beware! For my one year old's birthday, I bought this as a gift and decided to test it out before I wrapped The device does not turn on even after I change the batteries

My email was answered by Amazon and they said there was nothing they could do since I shipped it out of the country. The last ditch effort was taking it to a toy repair shop (which normally wouldn't fix toys, but did this as a favor for us). In the photo they sent me, you can see that the wireless communication was not connected to the battery area. A repair man told me there was no conclusive sign it was ever attached before it left the factory, so there is no way it was working before it left the factory. My car needed to be repaired and I had to pay for it.

Tanner Davidson
Tanner Davidson
| Jan 07, 2021
Alphabet Reading Train is faulty in that it fails to recognize the letters properly

You can use any color you like! The project to create an "alphabet train" to teach little ones failed so spectacularly, I think. It was a defective toy that I received. In other words, the voice recording does not know the alphabets for the different alphabets and needs to go back to school to learn them. A total of 13 alphabet blocks with separate lettering appear on both sides of the blocks are included in the alphabet train set. Each block should be placed in the block holder on the main body for the letter and its associated object (actual example "X is for X-" THE ray fish") According to the train, the audio block placed on top of the holder does not correspond with the audio being played onboard. To replace the phrase "X is for X-" In the word "ray fish", we hear the meaning of As I played this toy with the little one, I realized that the letters and the audio did not match up until I sat down one day and realized that. Does this mean a malfunction has occurred? What is the cause of the quality control problems? Though the little one is attracted to the train because of the bright lights, pretty colors and theme of the train itself. One more thing, the color of one of the lights on the color panel does not match the color of the light in reality. The light flickers like a blue light, only it says it is red. I don't remember off the top of my head, but maybe like a blue light that turns red. To avoid losing your toy, please inspect it first. Hope it works out for you.

Cohen Dunlap
Cohen Dunlap
| May 03, 2021
You can read the review here

got this for my son when he was around 10 months old (he is 15 months old now) and you can see from the pictures that it is not a ride-on friendly product. There is a significant space between the handle bars on the train and the seat on the train. It is still hard for 15-month-old Toby to ride the bike. Despite the fact that it still works, he loves pushing the button and playing with it. Adding the legos to the hole on top of the train and watching them shoot out the back is his favorite. Because the wheels don't have a "speed control," when he was learning to walk, he would often fall (on hardwood floors) because it was too fast. Since it would tip over as well, he would fall a number of times trying to get up when the train would fall. It is one of the toys he continues to play with and still enjoys all these years later. thing I would change is that I would make this toy wider and make sure that there were activities and lights on both sides of the train instead of just Additionally, if you are trying to push your LO on the train for a "ride," there is no place for their legs to go, so sometimes the wheels will run/hit their legs.

Celine Moyer
Celine Moyer
| Mar 04, 2021
This is a great gift for any This is awesome! Originally, I was going to purchase an older model, but I came across this one and my son loves it even more than his sister who is three and his cousin who is four

In fact, I bought one for his first It is a fun interactive toy that has many uses, including encouraging walking, speaking, scooting, and balance. have also not been experiencing problems with him getting stuck in the train where the blocks go.

Lyla Bryant
Lyla Bryant
| May 04, 2021

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