When Janie was 9 months old she loved to explore - pressing buttons, turning knobs, spinning wheels, and listening to the sounds that toys made. Her mom placed an activity panel on the floor that was filled with wonderful bright colors just begging to be touched, and touch them she did!
Then, as Janie got a little older she started to stand. Her mom let her pull herself up on the colorful base that held her favorite activity panel. She giggled and smiled the day she was able to stand on her own with the help of this toy.
But standing wasn't all Janie realized she could do. It didn't take her long to figure out that the toy moved with her as she took her first tentative steps. Instead of falling down, the walker helped her stay up. She took just a few steps at first, but soon she was cruising around her living room without fear of falling, thanks to this VTech toy that adapted to Janie as she went from crawling and sitting to standing and walking
I would buy this colorful and interactive walking toy without hesitation if I my girls were young enough to play with this!
There are wheels to spin, buttons to press, pieces to remove and put back on, and a variety of other actions for little ones to do. The front panel on the walker can be played with by children who are standing or sitting, or it can be removed and placed on the floor for babies.
This was exactly the kind of toy my children loved to play with when they were little, and the fact that it offers playtime activities for young children of various ages means it will last for a good long time, something I know from experience that parents appreciate.
This VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker review will discuss the features, pros and cons, and other aspects of this toy to help you make an informed buying decision.