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VTech Sit-to-Stand Ultimate Alphabet Train

by VTech


Push toy is designed to grow with your child; the toy train can be used as a floor toy, a ride on that also transforms into a baby walker or a pull toy wagon they can fill with toys
Learning toy comes with 10 activities including a storybook, clock, gears; 13 double-sided alphabet blocks build fine motor skills and introduce letters, numbers, colors and more
For toddler role-play toy fun, the included Walkie-Talkie and number pad encourage role-play and introduce numbers and animals; counting toy plays more than 100 songs, melodies, sounds and phrases
Toy train counts the alphabet blocks when they're dropped down the chute; kids story book teaches sing-along songs and plays melodies
Educational toy is intended for toddlers ages 1 to 3 years old; 3 AA batteries included for demo use only, use new batteries for regular use

Customers Reviews

Perfect gift for any any little one!!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Marisol Purchase on September 24, 2015
Love it!! I was originally going to get the older model instead and then I came across this one and my son loves it even his three yr old sister and his cousin did too, so I even bought one for his 1st birthday as well. Very fun interactive toy and perfect to help encourage walking/ speaking, scooting/balance, and imagination! We also have had no problems with him getting his arm stuck where the blocks go into the train.
Both of our sons love this toy

5.0 out of 5.0 by Jheneya on January 29, 2017
This train is one of our sons' favorite toys and keeps them entertained for a while. Both our 10-month-old and almost 3-year-old loves to play with it. Our oldest loves to ride on it, pushing it with his feet. And our youngest loves to use it as a walker when the seat is detached. They both love the little activities, which include double-sided alphabet blocks, which trigger words and phrases when placed in the slot on the train.

It also includes a storybook, clock, number keys, and weather/color keys. It plays more than 100 songs, melodies, and phrases, and introduces letters, numbers, animals, etc. There are also knobs to turn and a cell phone/walkie talkie. The phone doesn't actually play anything, but it encourages pretend play which our toddler loves. One of the coolest features is the little chute on the train. Drop the blocks or other little toys down the chute and it lands in the little storage compartment under the seat. The train is also very colorful and lights up. There are two volume settings, which is great. Considering all the features, the price was also reasonable. It was definitely worth the purchase.
I received a great price through Amazon and was impressed at the quality ...

5.0 out of 5.0 by on December 28, 2015
I have purchased more than one of these trains. I first purchased one around Christmas 2015 for a chartable cause called "Angel Tree" where the needy family requested an educational toy for their 1 year old boy. I received a great price through Amazon and was impressed at the quality of the toy. I liked it so much I purchased another one for my son, 9 months old on Christmas who absolutely LOVES it. He especially loves dropping the blocks into the train and watching them slide into the attached caboose/wagon. There is a bit of assembly involved but it requires no tools. I plan to purchase this whenever there is a birthday or future charitable gift request for a child between the ages of 1 - 3. Fantastic toy! Well built and sturdy
Great toy, my baby has a lot fun with ...

5.0 out of 5.0 by Ruby on November 29, 2017
Great toy, my baby has a lot fun with it. It has two learning models, and all the bottons make difference sounds under two different models. The logs could be put into the train through a slide and come out the train, every time you do that, the train makes a sound, it has like 5 different sound to response that. And the logs also could be put into the side of the train, where all the bottons are. When you put one log in, the train will read the letter that print on that log. It may be not a great walker, because it’s kind of easy to fall down when my baby pushes it, but my baby started walking before we got this for him, so we never ues it as a walker. Anyway, it is a really great toy for young toddlers! Even I like to play with it!
Not stable for sit to stand toy.

1.0 out of 5.0 by MissKim on July 30, 2017
Stickers on the small square pieces comes off very easily, especially when my baby chews on them. The train itself is not sturdy, my son is 11 months, he played while sitting down and the train kept falling on him. It is definitely not stable enough for him to stand and play when it tips over while he is sitting.
My daughter and I both LOVE this toy

4.0 out of 5.0 by Amazon Customer on December 2, 2016
My daughter and I both LOVE this toy. It has so many interactive points and options that it keeps her entertained for a long time. She is only 11 months now but all the options will allow her to continue to be entertained as she grows and develops. Right now, her favorite thing is to put the blocks in the train and watch them shoot into the wagon. The only complaint is have is that the train is so light weight and narrow that it does not stabilize her well when she is trying to use it as a walker. I don't think that should deter anyone from buying this though.
My husband and I also love that it has a easy to find on & ...

5.0 out of 5.0 by curcloin on July 11, 2016
Our 10 month old LOVES this train!! The first night we set it up he walked up and down the hallway 4 times! Which was a LONG way for a little one just figuring out how to walk. He started to cry when we had to put it away and get ready for bed. My husband and I also love that it has a easy to find on & off switch for sound/lights. The trailer hooks on/off the train easily. We don't have them attached usually because our 10 month old likes to walk behind the train and just play on the floor with the letters in the trailer. I imagine he will enjoy sitting on the whole set as he gets bigger.
7+ year old loves interacting with this toy

5.0 out of 5.0 by zh on September 3, 2017
great product. purchased for my 7 month old and he loves it! he sits on the back and cracks up as i slowly pull him around the house. the top has a hole which the small alphabet square can pass through before landing under the seat. he hasn't quite figured that out yet, but he still enjoys the show of sounds and colors as he interacts with the side of the train. the train asks for certain letters to be passed through the top hole, which I'm sure in the future will be entertaining for him. i can see this toy being used for the next year or so.
The Today Show listed it as one of the best toys for babies to toddlers

5.0 out of 5.0 by Katie Peterson on June 20, 2016
We bought this for our daughter when she was 4 months old. The Today Show listed it as one of the best toys for babies to toddlers. She is now 10 months old and still LOVES it! She often has a playdate with a 2 year old who goes right to it when she walks in the door. As an itty-bitty and just learning to sit up, we would put her on the floor with a boppy and she would turn the page to the book and press buttons on her own. She loved the lights and sounds. Now she will stand and hold the handles while pressing buttons like a wild woman!
like, numbers and letters and animals

5.0 out of 5.0 by Whit on December 31, 2016
My 1 1/2 yr old LOVES this! It has so much to do on it and it gives so much chh informatio, like, numbers and letters and animals. The shoot on top is awesome, my one concern is that something that will definitely get stuck and bot come out is just moments away from happening. It's a very fun part of the toy but it's sure to get blocked some day. The letter legos are genius and how they fit in like a puzzle is awesome and my 1 1/2 yr ild could easiely do it adter one or two demonstrations! It's a fun learning toy and a ride ob, so versatile. I'd buy it again hands down!