“ Brand: ELC / Type: Walkers „
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My daughter was given this toy when she was a very young baby, and still rides on it today! This is a convertible walker that can also be used as a ride on car when they are more able.
As a walker it is fabulous! The steering wheel can be put on the front, which also has three buttons that light up and play three different tunes. Also, the shape sorter at the front can be used for when they land on their bottom and want some time out!
As a ride on, this is even better. The shape sorter converts to be the seat of a car and the steering wheel then has the buttons for them to use as a horn when they drive. It has a small wing mirror and a handle that acts as a throttle and makes a clicking noise. My daughter loves it, and now my new baby also gets excited when she is put to sit near it.
My daughter was bought an Early Learning Centre activity walker last Christmas. She was only around 5 months old at the time so it wasn't much use to her then, as she couldn’t stand up. What is so great about this activity walker? It is a brightly coloured push along walker, which has some features like a car. For instance it has an ignition, indicators, and a horn. It has bright orange wheels that have tiny balls in them that make a noise when the wheels turn. My husband had lots of fun playing with this when she first got it lol! On the front of the walker is a shape sorter with another activity wheel on it. This can be taken off the walker and used separately if required. When you turn the ignition it sounds like a real car starting – well an old car trying to start! Both the indicators flash; which Alex loved to watch, and the horn honks 3 different sounds. When she discovered how to press the horn, it drove me mad! The learner plate on the back finishes it off nicely! When Alex started to stand at around 9 months old, she got more use out of it. I think it has been great, as it has certainly aided her to walk and keep her balance. She pushes it along now and follows me into the kitchen with it, beeping the horn!! This is a very entertaining baby walker; and I would recommend it for a baby that is starting to stand.
Jack was bought this before he was born, and its quite good that he was a boy as this is really a toy that is geared towards boys. As with all of the Early learning centre toys they are very sturdy and made with strong plastic. It is primarily a walker with a separate shape sorter. The sorter can be removed leaving a trolly, which can be pushed around (Handy for getting Jack to clear up his toys) The shapes are made of the "Smelly" squashy plastic, which Jack loves to suck and chomp on. On the walker itslf it has a key which when turned makes the sound of a car starting, theres a gear lever which rev's when pulled and a horn with 3 different sounds, and lights that flash. Its really colourful and the wheels are full of plastic beads. Jack loves it and although he is not walking yet, we do let him use it with our help. I think its something he will use more a bit later on as there is not really much for him to do with it at the moment, but give it a few months and I am sure he will love it.