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Vtech Toddler Interactive and Educational Toy for Children with Music and Light For Kids Boys and Girls 503903 Toot Drivers Refresh Fire Station, Multicolour

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Includes cement mixer, dumper truck and bulldozer, each with their own fun phrases, sing-along songs and realistic sound effects. There are lots of different features, including sound effects, songs and phrases, to make playtime even more exciting. Imaginative and social pretend play is beneficial for children as it allows them to explore different ways of viewing the world.

Press Eileen’s light up windscreen to hear her taik, and watch her cone light up as she plays sounds and music. Manipulative feature include spinning fire pole, slide with flip-down flames, open and close windows, spinning disk, launcher, pop-up fire, lift, alarm and swinging flag. Take a ride with Mickey over the bridge and through the station, activating 4 SmartPoint® locations along the way.MagicPoints interact with characters showing their friendly personalities, fun phrases, motion, lights and more. Young children pretend or imagine that, for instance a wooden block is a cake and they carefully ‘cut’ it. Toys that name alphabet letters and everyday words satisfy young children’s need for repetition and rehearsal when practicing words and sounds. Pack includes the car, tractor and coach, each with their own fun phrases and realistic sound effects. Spatial skills can also be enhanced when playing games that require concentration, quick responses and finely tuned motor skills.

Play set also includes a Toot-Toot Drivers fire engine with moveable ladder, 2 sing-along songs and 6 melodies. Adults can facilitate babies’ language development by playing with them, focussing on particular toys, reading books and naming everyday objects.Manipulative features include twisting flag, swing-up fire station door, flip down fire and fuel pump.

Includes a cute Toot-Toot convertible, 3 interactive SmartPoints and lots of manipulative features including twisting chimney, turning gears, sliding spray bottle, fuel pump and more. In a study where we observed children playing in a nursery we found that young children engaged in imaginative play, often using the toys in unexpected ways. Play set includes four SmartPoint™ locations that trigger fun phrases and sounds when driven over with the included Toot-Toot Fire Engine.Infants also learn about the links between sights, sounds and feel of toys when these are demonstrated by adults. The grasping, at first, is quite clumsy but through repetition, and across time, infants become adept at grasping and develop fine motor skills. Use the included Fire Engine toy for racing around the track, then travel up the lift, zoom down the ramp or spin the hose. Lily interacts with MagicPoint locations, showing her friendly personality through fun phrases, lights, melodies, songs and more. Infants first use the ulnar grasp where their fingers close against the palm when trying to hold an object.

During the first year of life infants’ visual development is rapid and they begin to identify objects through shape, colour and texture. Includes two SmartPoint® launchers and Mickey convertible featuring songs, melodies and flashing headlights.Babies who handle shapes and also fit them through a hole are learning to solve problems through touch and sight. Babies can perceive input from different sensory systems in a unified way; for instance, vision and touch are closely coordinated when using a shape sorter. Zoom over four interactive SmartPoint areas to hear sounds, music, first words and phrases about feelings and being a firefighter. It helps them to begin to understand that other children think differently to them and have different ideas.

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