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VTech Has Baby’s First Christmas All Wrapped Up

What to get baby for their first Christmas?  VTech has a range entirely devoted to the newest family member.  With a mix of toys that provide colourful discovery and learning fun, bub will get a great head start to their ABCs, 123s, shapes, animals, colours, and songs.

VTech is giving five lucky MoM readers the chance to win a Baby’s First Christmas Prize Pack including:

  • 1x Colourful Cuddles Unicorn, RRP $24.95
  • 1x Little Friendlies Discovery Ball Cube, RRP $29.95
  • 1x Crawl with Me Elephant, RRP $59.95

Meet the cute Colourful Cuddles Unicorn. This cute soft fabric unicorn has lots of style and wants to be baby’s new best friend. The textured fabrics and light up tummy will visually stimulate your little one, whilst the textured hooves, soft body and silver horn provide tactile stimulation. Press the colour changing light up button on Unicorn’s tummy to hear exciting music, magical songs and fun phrases which support and encourage language development. Unicorn will also tell you its’ favourite colour.  Includes three catchy sing-along songs and 15 fun melodies.

What’s playful, bright and soft all over?  The Little Friendlies Discovery Ball Cube is the answer to your baby’s developing need to explore and play. This grow-with-me toy intrigues babies with its black-and-white patterns, different textured fabrics, colourful designs and four interactive sides, while toddlers love the put-and-take sensory play. The different fabric sides and dog’s shiny face and furry ears provide lots of tactile stimulation. The three buttons introduce numbers, shapes, and fun phrases, while three textured balls can be put in and taken out of the cube triggering fun responses. The cube is packed full of sensory fun, interactive phrases, sound effects and includes three sing-along songs and 15 melodies.

It’s time to explore! The cheerful Crawl with Me Elephant encourages little ones to crawl and walk after him with ears that flap and a bright, light-up star. This soft, plush animal invites cuddles while providing lots of sensory stimulation with multiple textures and bright patterns. Toddlers build their gross motor skills as they practice crawling and walking after the elephant and can press any button to get the elephant moving, making playtime easy and rewarding. The elephant asks children to identify colours and numbers by pressing buttons. Watch the elephant crawl, sing, and flap his ears in response.  With 45 songs, melodies, sounds and phrases, Crawl with Me Elephant teaches about colours, numbers, and daily life.

Spoil your bub this Christmas with VTech’s Baby range.

For further information on VTech and its products, visit www.vtech.com.au , or check out the VTech news on Facebook @VTechANZ and Instagram @vtech_toys_anz.

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  • We have a fulltime nanny so I’m always conscious that my daughter might be missing out on the lessons at daycare. Educational toys make it so much easier for our daughter to play and learn at the same time!

  • Educational toys are important because they help to learn and grow, my baby boy loves interactive toys especially when they light up and glow.

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  • Educational baby toys are a bit of foundation for early learning these days, children listen and interact with these types of toys. So they end up being important for early education.

  • I believe educational toys are so important because learning is a must at a young age and incorporating learning into toys adds so many more benefits. Education toys are important because it offers children the chance to learn new things while “playing”. They can explore, learn and master new learning content all while simply playing with a fun toy. They may not even realise they are learning because it’s all done with a toy. This is important because any head start children can have on learning offers them an easy transition into the world and school

  • Baby/ toddlers are like sponges they absorb everything so if we can give them a toy that’s fun but educational then it’s a win win

  • It is important because it helps the babies to develop their sensory abilities and increase their imagination power.

  • Every baby is a miracle, a precious little being who needs love, care but also stimulation. These educational toys promote sensory play and help with baby’s development, giving the parents much delight in observing!

  • Educational baby toys are helping parents to teach babies skills as well as having fun at the same time so that it won’t feel like studying. They also give stimulation and encourage baby to explore by themselves.

  • Educational Baby Toys give them skills to learn and have fun at the same time.

  • Educational toys teaches babies nursery rhymes, songs, actions and even gives them a sense of comfort. My son absolutely loves his singing book as it is able to occupy him and at the same time gives him something to learn.

  • These toy will Stimulate the brain connection and development of the baby

  • I need my daughter to develop her skills and age appropriate.

  • They help to educate and entertain from the beginning, constantly keeping a baby’s mind active

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