The Grow & Discover Tree House provides activelearningwith four sides of fun. Your child will love exploring all the things they can do with their new activity play tent. They’ll play hide and seek with you, crawl around the tent and play peek-a-boo through the colorful, fabric flaps—all while strengthening their motor skills. There's even room to sit or stand.
With 20 manipulative features on the electronic learning panel and throughout their tree house, children develop fine motor skills as they learn about numbers, shapes and more. This developmental play tent also features special recognition technology that identifies an assortment of balls to teach colors and animal names. Flashing lights and more than 40 playful melodies, songs and sounds engage and stimulate your child’s senses. It’s time to hide, play and learn in their own tree house.
VTech Grow and Discover Tree House is available at Amazon for $69.99.
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