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Playful Toys for Summer Fun



If you've got little ones, you know they are always on the move! That's why our friends at VTech have the best toys to keep them active as the weather gets warmer.


Today, I've got 3 exciting toys that are fun and playful!


First, get those little legs moving with the Stroll & Discover Activity Walker™. From floor play to first steps, this adjustable, two-speed walker grows with your little one. It features an activity panel that's easy to remove and packed with tons of fun, with light-up piano keys that introduce colors and numbers. Plus, the spinning gears and removable cell phone develop their fine motor skills, too! Watch as they learn their shapes with these shape sorter pieces and see their faces light up when they press each of the cute animal buttons to hear unique sounds and phrases! When playtime is over, simply fold down its legs for easy storage.


Next up, your little one will have a ball with this toy! Check out this Pop-a-Balls™ Push & Pop Bulldozer™. Best for ages 12 to 36 months, this delightful bulldozer encourages movement and motor skills in your little builder. Simply load the balls into the bulldozer, push the handle and watch the colorful balls pop up through the smokestack, into the scoop bucket, and back again for endless silly fun.


And finally, the Count & Win Sports Center is sure to get your kiddo active this summer. This 2-in-1 sports center features a basketball and soccer net for tons of outdoor play to help build strong arms and legs. Get a slam dunk by pulling down the basket and hear words of encouragement. With every score, they'll learn to count, too. Plus, with so many buttons to press, turn, and slide, even their fingers will grow stronger! Best of all, the Count & Win Sports Center grows with your toddler thanks to its two adjustable height levels, making it the perfect toy for years to come.


So get your kiddos moving with these exciting toys from VTech! To grab today's great finds, visit VTechKids.com.


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