Displays 5 different animals on the ring! Turn the ring to hear and see different coloured lights flash and to discover the animals. Listen to the realistic animal sound effects! Press the coloured number buttons to learn 1-2-3 s and to help develop motor skills! The cute ladybird on top plays fun phrases and plays a fun sing-along song! Features happy melodies to encourage early listening skills.
Box HWD: 19 x 18 x 9 cm
2 x AAA Batteries
Introduces number and word learning with fun sung songs
Lots of phrases and fun sound effects
Flashing colourful lights to stimulate baby
Imagination and exploration through interaction with characters
Heightens curiosity and encourages exploration
Introduces the alphabet, letter sounds and vocabulary
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Julie Different colour lights easy to operate.
This is our daughters favourite toy she is seven and registered blind deaf but can see light and loves this child's torch. It is her second one as the first ended up in the sink. She was lost without it as it goes everywhere with her.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sue62 this product is lovely
this toy is great for little ones. it has a range of features to excite a child and promote their imagination.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ginny Great
Ideal with little hands as they can hold via the handle rather than the body of the torch. Light and sounds facinate.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Anniec Impressed
Hope my granddaughter enjoys her Christmas present
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Anastasia 3 Baby Girls - 1 solution
Three baby girls - must get presents but can't get out due to broken foot. Ideal solution was VTech pink torch for when they get a bit older. Mothers all delighted - problem solved!! Easy.
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