I don’t know about you, but some of us do happen to have a phobia of dolls, and horror films such as Chucky do not help the case, either. Well, if you have absolutely no qualms about living in a house that is full of dolls, and giving your little princess a new doll for any and every occasion, then chances are you would be pleased as punch to hear how VTech has introduced their all-new Baby Amaze range of toys. Such traditional baby role play has been given an injection of innovation, where one can play with a pair of exciting learning dolls and a 3-in-1 stroller.
The Baby Amaze range happens to be an innovative assortment that relies on technology to teach nurturing concepts and developmental milestones. Ranging from a doll that plays peek-a-boo and one that learns to talk with a growing vocabulary, all the way to a stroller that transforms into a high chair and bassinet, Baby Amaze toys will work in tandem in order to foster independent play, motor skills, imagination and language development among children ages 2 to 5 years.
For instance, the Baby Amaze 3-in-1 Care & Learn Stroller will have a smart sensor within which is capable of recognizing movement whenever your little one places her baby doll in the stroller itself. This smart sensor will get to work by playing fun sounds and melodies. When you transform the stroller into a high chair, children can then hear baby care reminders which introduce nurturing concepts and healthy habits, while they pretend to feed their doll. Alternatively, the high chair can be turned into a bassinet and the doll falls asleep as it listens to over 20 classic nursery rhymes and lullabies. The $44.99 3-in-1 Care & Learn Stroller will also boast of keys that introduce numbers, counting, letters, colors, places and animals, as well as plays piano sounds in music mode.
As for the Baby Amaze Learn to Talk & Read Baby Doll, children are able to talk to their baby doll to hear her repeat what is said, or read. Basically, the more children speak, the more the doll will learn and repeat! I suppose these dolls are well worth getting now rather than having to wait until Christmas, how about you?