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Vtech Crazy Legs Learning Bug

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  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Different sounds, lights up, has a string to pull along, lots of different shapes, it's lightweight

    • Weaknesses:

      Pieces come away easily and get lost, bulky for a smaller child

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    I was given this when my son was about 7 months, he was a little young to play with it properly but liked feeling the surface of the toy and the different shapes. Now 2 months on plays with it a little better, he's able to play with the buttons now but still too young to know what shape goes where. I do like the fact there is a little string with baby can pull along with when he's older. It has different sounds and lots of different pieces of go with it. Although he hasn't played with it much somehow we've already managed to lose the top piece.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Bright, lovely sounds, turns itself off!

    • Weaknesses:

      Lots of pieces which go missing

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    This was given to our son when he was 6 months old. He liked the music but was a little young for it. Now he is 1 year old he still likes the music but is still too young for the features of interaction. He loves to crawl around with it and dance to the songs but will be a while before can use it properly, but maybe that's good as it has a lot of life in it!
  • 5.00/5
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      Lots of activities

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    I bought this when my son was 5 months old, he is nearly one and it is still a firm favourite! Firstly it is easy to push around so my son loves to crawl around after it, it is lightweight so he can easily push it himself. The shapes detach and attach easily which is fantastic for hand-eye coordination. The toy plays a variety of songs so baby can clap along and the different parts light up which make it amusing to play with. Now my son is older we have started listening to the shapes and colours when you attach the shapes to the main unit, and I have no doubt my son will continue to use this toy for a long time to come!
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Encourages hand eye coordination

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    This toy is bright. Colourful. And developed hand eye coordination.
    Nice sounds and music and encourages concentration and simple problem solving from a young age.
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Description

The Vtech Crazy Legs Learning Bug has shapes that push into its body and pop out when you press the baby ladybird.

Features two modes: Learning Mode and Music Mode. Your child will enjoy the illuminated shape spots and the rotating baby bug that will introduce shapes, counting, objects in nature and music.

Pull along cord included.

Suitable for 12 months and up.

- Six shape sorters slot into the bugs body for fun reactions and interactive phrases, teaching shapes, numbers and objects.

- Spinning the baby bug encourages play and the rolling design promotes crawling and walking.

- It has an automatic shut-off which preserves battery life

- Sturdy design for long-lasting play.

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