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If play is the work, toys are the tools, and VTech makes choosing the right tools child’s play!

VTech understands that play is the work of children, learning to navigate their world, themselves and those around them.

You have the chance to win 1 of 7 prize packs, with toys designed to help babies and toddlers learn and explore, including My Friend Fawn, Roar & Explore Wheel and Popping Surprise Seal, worth $76.85 each.

Each and every electronic learning toy VTech creates encourages children to Learn. Play. Develop. Learn in ways that are relevant and age-appropriate, through fun and engaging Play, to Develop the necessary skills for each stage of their young lives.

Parents can know this play is supported by VTech’s use of the latest, innovative technology, to create trusted, quality learning toys that are always current, teach about real-life, and can be passed down to other young family members.

From babies to school-age, you can always find the perfect VTech toy for your child, safe in the knowledge that they will learn and develop through that play. Check out what’s on trend now!

My Friend Fawn

Cuddle up to the three-in-one My Friend Fawn — soft plush comforter, textured teething leaf, and dummy holder. With soothing nature sounds and music, this snuggly woodland creature will comfort your baby. The soft plush, embroidered features and textured teething leaf stimulate your baby’s senses. Soft lights and sounds help your baby learn to self-soothe with this cuddly companion which includes more than 35 songs, sounds, phrases, and melodies. And the removable electronic module means it’s machine washable.

Roar & Explore Wheel

Let little ones take the wheel and explore with the Roar & Explore Wheel. The interactive lion drives the fun with music, car sounds, colours and lights. Press the friendly lion’s face and steering wheel buttons to hear more than 45 songs, melodies, sounds and phrases. Turn the motion-activated steering wheel to play silly sounds and melodies and watch the beads roll as the wheel moves. Pretend to drive on walks, errands and road trips with flashing signal lights, tunes and sound effects.

Popping Surprise Seal

Meet the fun and playful Popping Surprise Seal. Place Seal’s ball on his tail to see him perform his trick and to hear fun sounds and playful melodies. Seal also magically moves, wobbles and flips his tail. Press one of the three shape buttons to hear fun phrases, colours, sing-along songs, melodies and sounds. Bop his nose to make him move and to hear fun phrases and sing-along songs.

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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Please note this competition is open from 31 May 2021 until 4 July 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. 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. K. LuxfordWA
  2. C. MacmasterQLD
  3. E. PortugalNSW
  4. B. Dela CruzVIC
  5. R. JaymeVIC
  6. M. ChenNSW
  7. S. ThomasNSW
  • Toys can not only be fun but educational and kids soak up so much information when they are little.Kids don’t even realise they are learning with toys they just love all the colours and interactions you get with them.So yes its quite important.

  • I am a Mum of four sons and teaching my boys to learn sparked a passion for education. I am now an early childhood teacher and I know how important it is for children to learn while they play from when they are babies. I had sold out toys but then decided to have another baby, so winning this competition would mean that my youngest son would have more opportunities to learn!

  • I think it is very important to provide my children with educational toys for their early development and help with their skills

  • Making learning fun keeps the kids interested. By having toys that help you learn is even better, what kid doesn’t love toys.

  • It is extremely important to provide children with toys that encourage them to learn. What better than the Vtech range of fantastic of toys that help them to learn as they play

  • It is so important to take every chance to educate your children no matter how young they are, they are so clever and take in so so much!

  • Toys will help sensory, motor and language development for kids.

  • stimulation and developing gross motor and fine motor skills with sound, colour and fun

  • I have twin grandsons and another grandsons that would benefit greatly from learning toys.

  • MY first great grandbub just turned one, I would love to spend time with her exploring this wonderful VTech Prize Pack. At my age we know that fun learning is the key to all learning.

  • Toys educate children through play. They are learning fine motor skills and patterns in how things work. Toys help children develop imaginary play. Toys also create independent play.

  • I adore my children’s creativity! I am convinced that toys that help children learn encourages the mind to tick, wander, explore and be confident. It most certainly taps into the creative mind and creative children see magic in the world!

  • I’m a foster mum of 4 kids, aged 2, 3, 6 and 16. Trauma affects the memory and learning processes, and often children in care have major gaps in their development. So educational toys for all ages are fun and wonderful in helping to bridge the gaps in their learning

  • When they are little- brains are still developing and they absorb everything. So need to need giving them new toys/ books etc. To keep them entertained and expand there ever growing knowledge

  • Stimulation for young developing brains is essential.

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