Sturdy design to support and encourage your baby s first steps. Features a detachable learning centre packed with activities. Shapes and light-up musical keys introduce letters, words, numbers, animals, colours, sing-along songs and melodies. Moving butterfly, discs and rollers develop manipulative skills plus a removable rattling phone is great for role-play. Textured wheels, easy grip handle and durable design ensure baby gets ample support for taking those first steps. Assembles very easily and can be stored away in small spaces!
Adult assembly required
Box HWD: 38 x 53 x 13 cm
2 x AA batteries (not included)
Detachable learning centre introducing words, numbers, shapes, animals and colours
Role-Play mobile phone for extra fun
Light-up sun attracts baby s attention
Moving gears, shape sorters, barn door and rollers develop manipulative skills
Develops walking motor skills and hand-eye coordination
Encourages fine motor skill development
Heightens curiosity and encourages exploration
A variety of textures, visuals and sounds stimulate sensory development
Introduces the alphabet, letter sounds and vocabulary
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Nicola Best gift ever
Our little boy received this as a gift on his christening day. He was only 7 months old at the time and wasn't sure what to make of it then. Now at 17 months old he is flying around with it, loves playing with it and it's the first toy he goes for when he comes in from crÃ¨che. Highly recommend it for those first steps and giving children the confidence to stand up on their two feet. He loves it!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mumto17weekold Can't wait to try out
Defo recommend this, i bought this on offer, haven't tried it out yet as it's my lg Xmas present.
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