Has he started to walk? Give him a new puppy. Who said that only mommy and daddy can walk the dog? Once he starts walking, he is going to love walking and tugging this puppy everywhere behind him. Like other VTech toys, it lights up and makes noise when you push the buttons or pull it by its “leash”.
The American Academy of Pediatric doesn’t actually recommend walkers because they can cause injuries if your child trips. If you really want a walker, go with this VTech Walker. This learning walker is a complete interactive learning center for babies. There’s plenty to see and do here — from spinning rollers and shape sorters to songs, music, and more! It even has a pretend telephone for role-playing fun.
The Laugh & Learn Pull & Play Learning Wagon lets kids take their puppy for a joy ride while learning colors, numbers, letters, shapes, and more. Whether you choose to sit up and use the wagon or walk and pull the wagon, it’s great for your child’s gross motor development. We especially love that with Smart Stages tech, the toy grows with your child. As you pull the wagon along, you’re rewarded with lovely music and sounds. Keep your toddler busy with a wide range of activities: bat, press, rattle, and musical keys that play songs, sounds, and phrases. It’s the ultimate activity station on wheels!
Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog Fidget Friend is a fidget friend with tons of tactile play. Explore 6 ways to fidget: spin the wheel, turn the crank, and more. Perfect for on-the-go fun, it’s great for developing kids’ fine motor skills.
Who doesn’t love popping bubbles? The Push Pops Bubble Fidget Sensory toy delivers the ultimate sensory experience. It includes a set of 3 bubble popping silicon sensory squares to pop until your heart’s content. It’s a real stress-reliever and great for keeping you calm during the pandemic or anytime. The best part? They’re reusable so the poppin’ fun never stops!
The VTech Turn and Learn Driver is a great interactive driving kit to get babies introduced to the world of driving and pretend play. It inspires creativity and creative play. Baby can turn the wheel and watch the odometer move, activate blinkers, and hear opposites. Baby can also shift gears and hear numbers and roaring car sounds. The three buttons activate the caution lights, radio, and gas tank noises. The overall experience is incredible and immersive.
Looking for a fun way to stow and tow your boy’s toys? Consider the Radio Flyer 607X My 1st 2-in-1 Wagon. It can be either used as a walker wagon on pulled by the handle. Little ones will enjoy bringing their toys along on their adventures. It can hold about 35 pounds worth of toys.
We love that the Laugh & Learn 3-in-1 Smart Car grows with your child from a walker to bouncer to ride-on. It ignites your child’s imagination with a ton of interactive features like a working steering wheel, horn, radio, and more. Lights, songs, and sounds help create an immersive experience.
It’s time to mow the lawn. With the Little Tikes Gas ‘n Go mower it seems so realistic. First, pull the cord to hear engine noises and get started. Then kids can push the mower and the beads go pop-pop. There’s even more interactive features, including a clicking key, moveable throttle, and removable gas tank to fill ‘er up. This is pretend play at its finest!
Does you child wish for a pet? Now they can take this adorable puppy on walks wherever they go. The Walk-A-Long Puppy is constructed of quality wood from sustainable, child-safe materials. This toy fosters active play, coordination, and balance.
Get your baby learning and growing. The Pull and Learn Car Carrier is a fun, educational toy vehicle. This electronic learning toy teaches colors, numbers, and music via the 12-button CB radio. With the pull string, kids can pull the toy car. Playtime and learning just went into overdrive!
Designed to develop fine motor skills, Spike is a fun colorful pal that helps 1 year olds count and learn about color. It has 12 colorful quills on its back that can be removed and put back. It’s the perfect way to for them to strengthen the small muscles in their hands while working on counting, sorting, and color recognition. The best part? When you are done, the quills can be stored inside his shell.