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From baby steps to big steps the Sit-to-Stand Learning WalkerTM by VTech® helps your baby develop from a crawler to a walker through adaptive technology. With a barnyard of playful friends to cheer them on, your little one will have endless fun as they learn to walk. Start out with the easy-to-remove activity panel for floor play or on-the-run fun, then step it up with the fun-to-maneuver walker. Spinning gears, five piano keys, three colorful rollers, three light-up shape sorters, three light-up buttons and a telephone handset offers endless fun that will stimulate your baby's learning and develop their motor skills. The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker keeps baby on track teaching shapes, colors, animals, music and more!

Customer Reviews

Very interactive and appealing to infants Easy to assemble (about five minutes) Good quality plastic Wheels …

137 people found this helpful.
 on July 10, 2016
By Erika
We just got this for our eight month old and so far it is totally worth it! Here is my complete review including PROS and CONS:

V-Tech Learning Walker

 on August 1, 2017
By Mary Booth
I bought this for my 9 month old grandson to help him when he gets ready to start walking. He loves the activity tray that easily comes off to play with. My granddaughter had one of these and loved it. It is sturdy but you do have to watch them at first because they want to pull down on it. The wheels lock so they can’t go without assistance. A must for those first time walkers.

A perfect choice!

 on May 14, 2017
By Tracy Caudill
This is an entertaining, sturdy and well balanced toy for those learning to walk. We wanted a gift that our grandson would grow with that he could use sitting or standing. We also wanted one that made noise but would not be too loud or become annoying for those not playing with it. This was a perfect choice!

Great Learning Toy

 on April 26, 2017
By C. Archuleta
Our son plays with this every single day. Loves the sounds, colors, and design. Helped him walk at 8 months and 5 days old, which I wasn’t expecting or wanting that soon but our little guy absolutely enjoys playing with it. Even after walking now for 3 months he still plays with it, especially the phone.

Amazing safety feature, easy set-up, and batteries included!!

 on January 1, 2017
By Yess__21
Wonderful item that is easy to set up, and with batteries included! The set-up process is very simple with just a few clicks away. I really love the brake feature on the wheels which prevent the walker form moving forward. So if your little one is just learning how to stand, than this item makes it safe for them to hold on to the handles without it rolling off. The walker is approximately 2 feet high, the perfect height for my little one who is 10 months old. If your little one doesn’t feel like walking then just unhook the stand alone play set and watch them have fun with the dials, piano, and other features. Overall, I am very satisfied with this walker and and I would highly recommend it to anyone :)!

I love how you can adjust the wheels

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 on December 3, 2016
By SkiFive09
I love how you can adjust the wheels. We have had it for months and my baby loves it! The phone is detachable and he likes to pretend he is answering it.

Has kept our kids’ interest for months

 on July 14, 2016
By drace
We have triplets, so we love any toy that is well constructed and keeps our kids’ interest for more than a week. We bought this when they were just starting to stand up and it’s great as something for infants to work on their balance. The activity center comes off easily, but we never really take it off, except to clean it. The wheels work great on plush carpet or hardwood floors because you can change the tension in them. They love pushing it around the room, but our pediatrician did caution us on using it for them to learn how to walk. They tend to drag their feet instead of picking them up when you hold their hands, which we noticed more after she told us that. In our arsenal of toys, this is one of the best (if not THE best) toys for our kids from about 8 months old to now at 13 months.

I like the colors

 on January 18, 2017
By A.Lady
I like the colors, and all the different things my baby can play with this. Right now he’s 9 months old, and took to using it as a walker right away. He plays with a couple of the features, but there are several things he hasn’t figured out yet that I think will keep him interested in it for many more months after the fun of using it for walking wears off.

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