Vtech Christmas


Reviewz & Newz is helping promote this giveaway for these three Vtech Toys!
Children are constantly growing, discovering, and developing and it is incredibly important to have toys and games that help your child learn every step of the way! VTech works closely with a panel of children's learning experts to develop learning products for infants and children! Insight from these experts are features in an online Milestones resource that offers parents guidelines and recommendations to help them to select toys based on the needs of children from birth to nine years old! These categories explain different characteristics and occurrences that your child faces at different age and developmental stages and recommend the products that they believe will be the most beneficial! Milestones are broken down by age and into three categories: Language and Cognitive, Social and Emotional Development, and Physical and Motor. VTech's Expert Panel helps continue VTech's commitment to building children's knowledge one milestone at a time! This panel is compiled of six experts including, Dr. Lise Eliot, Early Childhood Mental Development Expert, who collaborated with VTech to develop the Milestone resource!
VTech has a variety of educational toys for children from ages newborn to nine. Their toys are geared perfectly for each milestone and age range. It is important to find items that gear towards a child's needs. Some of their toys for a variety of different age ranges and milestones are Lil' Critters Play & Dream Musical Piano, Roll & Surprise Animal Train, and the Chomp & Count Dino! Read a bit about each item below and enter to win your own! a Rafflecopter giveaway

6 comments:

  1. my baby is in drivers' ed

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  2. This would be for my 1 yr old nephews for christmas, the youngest one has already started wanting to try and walk lol its very cute!

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  3. Standing by himself, which is huge since he is 2 with Cerebral Palsy. Therapy works wonders :)

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  4. My 18 month old grand daughter is learning her alphabet, If I ask her to show me the "A" she will point to it. She knows about 8 letters so far.

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  5. I am actually entering for my cousin expecting her first. My youngest is 6 and in kindergarten so we passed the baby stages now.

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  6. My granddaughter just learned to walk.

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