This self-supporting walker features a friendly zebra character and a range of activities. Your baby can use it for walking along, or sit down and play and learn with a combination of fun finger activities and learning games on the main body of the walker.
Although they don't exactly hover, being more like a Segway without a handle, hover boards are still undeniably cool. Not only that, but they can be a great way of getting around the house in style, and perfect for honing your balance and just having fun. But which hoverboards are best for total beginners, who need to get some practice under their belts? These are our top ten beginner hover boards.
Watch and be amazed at what your music can do with the new Snap Circuits Lights. Connect your iPod or any MP3 player and enjoy your music as the lights change to the beat. Features: Infrared Detector, Strobe Light, Color Changing LED, Lighted and Glow-in-the-Dark Fans, Strobe integrated circuit (IC), Fiber Optic communication, Color organ controlled by iPod or other MP3 player, voice or finger.
Say hello to Cozmo, a gifted little guy with a mind of his own. He's a real-life robot like you've only seen in movies, with a one-of-a-kind personality that evolves the more you hang out. He'll nudge you to play and keep you constantly surprised. Cozmo’s your accomplice in a crazy amount of fun.
With 20+ activities and 4 sides of play, this grow-with-me toy takes your baby through important Stages and milestones, from sitting. To crawling. To standing to cruising. There are 200 sounds, songs, tunes & phrases. 4 panels with fun learning and busy activities all around for baby to explore. Plus a big arch to crawl through. And when little wiggle worms crawl through the arch, they're rewarded with music and fun learning content.