I have 2 sons aged 4 and 2 and they both love this toy. My 2 year old loves feeding him although does not understand the toy fully. My 4 year old actually gets more from this. Again he loves to feed him the treats. It has helped him so much with counting. Love this toy and would recommend
Bright and vibrant, educational fun for babies and toddlers
Ease of use
I bought this for my 9 month old little girl after a friend recommended it, so we've had lots of fun playing with the feed me Dino he's bright and vibrant so catches my little girls eye straight away, she likes the music and the coins are big enough for her to grab and play with. She's just learning how to feed the Dino on her own. I think she will enjoy this toy a good few years so it's definitely worth the money.
My mum bought this for our son for when she looks after him, she got it from a charity shop for 2.99 because it doesn’t have all the food disks (still has most )but it’s still brilliant!!
Its colourful, super cheerful and fantastic for leaning. It plays songs and talks about shapes colours and numbers. My son is still abit young for it but as he gets older he will learn to understand when the dinosaur says things like ‘please feed me the blue blueberries ‘ that he needs to feed it the blue disk or the ‘yellow banana’ then the yellow one. It’s endless entertainment along side learning so definitely worth investing in!
Some of the pictures don't look like what they are (to my boy)
Ease of use
My little boy seems to really like his dino, it's a loud toy but seems educational. Not that my little boy listens to what the dino asks.
The dino asks to be fed the orange carrot etc but Zach has other plans and feeds him what he wants. The dino has a little red light on top that flashes as he talks press it and he talks, a wheel on his back if you spin makes sounds,
you put the food into his mouth and it falls into his tummy which you can get out to so you can feed him again it also knows what's gone in. He sings songs about the difffent foods. You can either have this on shapes or numbers so there is lots to do.
Once you play with him and leave him he goes off about 2 times when left (not like with other toys that go off a crazy amount)
He is not a massive toy so when your done he can get put away which is great with the amount of toys we have.
The only bad this is some bits don't look like what they are well to my boy, he says the banana coin is a duck and the grapes are bubbles haha!
I can't see this toy getting put away for our youngest as I think my 2 year old will be playing with him for a good few years before teaching his younger brother what to do with him.
This Dinosaur recognises the foods he is fed. The VTech Feed Me Dino features 2 different modes of play, 5 buttons that introduce numbers, counting, music notes and shapes and an illuminated head button that will trigger a question and answer game.
Includes 8 food pieces with which to feed your dino and learn about foods and colours.
Spin the disc to hear over 100 melodies, sounds and phrases. Push or pull the dino to hear sound effects and melodies!