Learning content changes with baby's age & stage with Smart Stages technology
Introduces the alphabet, counting, shapes, colors, manners, Spanish, and more!
Stroller seat sized just right for a take-along doll friend! (Doll not included)
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 19 inches (H) x 5.5 inches (W) x 16 inches (D)
Suggested Age: 9-36 Months
Weight: 4.4 pounds
Educational Focus: Creative thinking, foreign language, large motor skills, teaching aid
Battery: 3 AA Alkaline, Required, not included
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-4655
Let's stroll, baby! This stroller-themed walker helps steady your baby's first steps with encouraging songs and sounds to keep those little feet moving. The interactive activity tray offers exciting hands-on play that introduces little ones to colors, shapes, numbers, and more. Plus, Smart Stages technology lets you change up the learning content when your baby is ready! Where development comes into play Academics: Playful songs and phrases introduce the alphabet, counting, colors, Spanish, and more. Gross Motor: As your baby starts walking along, they're developing important gross motor skills like balance and coordination. Creativity & Imagination: The familiar baby stroller design encourages nurturing role play and imaginative fun as your little one pretends to be just like you!
Bought this for my 10 month old granddaughter who is standing and holding on to furniture. It’s perfect for her to push around the house as she is starting to walk. And I am sure she will use it for some time to come as her first doll carriage.
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This was used by my at-the-time 2 year old, and she absolutely loved it. She is super girly and loved the colors and all the fun offered by this. It also helped her occasional wobbliness. ;) This is a great product for little toddlers! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Super cute and great for my baby, she is getting so much better at walking with something she can use. She also loves that it has buttons that talk and a spot for her stuffed animals. Only complaint is that all the wheels don’t always work, but I don’t mind. My daughter only uses it around the house to help her learn to walk better.