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6 lucky winners will receive a Preschool toys pack valued at $84.85 which includes 1x Turn and Learn Cube, 1x Crawl and Learn Bright Lights Ball, and 1x Tiny Tot Driver.

Learning Starts from Birth with VTech

With VTech, a familiar name and world leader in innovative, electronic learning toys, parents and families can feel confident and comfortable that their child’s development and play time is filled with age-appropriate learning fun.

With a range that covers from birth to preschool and beyond, VTech toys offer the best learning experience disguised as play.

FROM BIRTH with VTech Baby

The VTech Baby range has been designed to bring out the best in babies, infants and toddlers by encouraging them to play, learn and discover.

All have a range of clever tech features from light up buttons that trigger music to others that teach animals, colours, songs and numbers; along with classic textural and colour variants that stimulate little minds and ergonomic design that is easy for babies to hold and help develop gross motor skills.

Turn and Learn Cube (suitable for 3-36 months), RRP$29.95 

Explore and learn on every side; learn and play every day with the Turn & Learn Cube. Featuring five sides to explore, this activity cube attracts your baby’s attention with music, chunky light-up buttons, bright colours and more. Press or slide the light-up buttons to introduce animals and their sounds, shapes, sing-along songs and 20 fun melodies.

Crawl and Learn Bright Lights Ball (suitable for 6–36 months), RRP$24.95 

Interactive magically moving ball… catch it if you can! A built-in motor activates to make the ball roll around and around, stopping within easy reach of baby, to encourage crawling. Twist, slide, spin and press the chunky buttons to hear fun music and animal sound effects, encouraging sensory, language and motor skills development, and imaginative play.

Tiny Tot Driver (suitable for 12–36 months), RRP$29.95

Get moving with the Tiny Tot Driver! This brightly coloured role-play toy introduces vehicles, colours, numbers and animals through fun phrases and realistic car sounds. Little ones can turn the steering wheel to move the mini car with the puppy and learn about different vehicles and their sounds, and press the chunky buttons to hear fun phrases. The light-up horn button, non-breakable wing mirror for self-discovery, gear stick and light-up traffic lights will all engage all little drivers.

For further information on VTech and its products, visit , or check out the VTech news on Facebook and Instagram

Please note this competition is open from 28th August 2015 until 28th September 2015 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. C. Shanks - QLD
  2. T. Wear - NSW
  3. R. Du Preez - VIC
  4. M. Levine - QLD
  5. F. Miscandlon - WA
  6. S. Cawthorne - QLD
  • Alll of them, he is very interactive. He learns easily and plays with everything

  • Playing outside. I love how confident she is at climbing and how she will happily chase a ball or bounce on the trampoline.

  • My bub Max loves his play mat where he can kick his feet on the piano keyboard. He is starting to roll off it now so I need something a little more advanced!

  • Puzzles. My daughter loves puzzles and we have quite a few. She somehow gravitates towards transport or animal theme ones. So i’m sure she’ll love the Tiny Toy Driver.

  • Singing we love toys that sing at 15mths she can already count to 3 so proud all done to singing and educational toys that sing along too

  • Touching things, sounds and colours

  • Watching my boy see how things move

  • Turn and Learn Cube because we can use it for years not just one age group

  • I would love to win the Crawl and Learn Bright Lights Ball for my baby with Down Syndrome as she LOVES balls !

  • Any toy that plays music or has a mirror on it becomes an instant hit with the babies in my care, keeping them engrossed for longer periods of time that other toys.

  • Hands on learning experiences that inspire and educate are definitely a favourite in our household! Allowing our little one to learn and discover through play is to us such and important skill!

  • I love tactile learning items, as they can be seen, touched, smelled etc.

    I also love watching my baby smear a mix of yoghurt and food coloring over paper, canvas etc with her hands.

  • Singing songs together, especially songs with actions.

  • Using coloured balls to play ‘hide and seek’ for helping cognitive skills.

  • Our toddlers favourite game is colours. We will point at random objects and ask him “what colour is that __? “. Then he’ll play the game with us.

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