Drum and learn with the Sort & Discover Drum™ by VTech®. As your little one drops the shape blocks into the magic shape sorter, the drum will recognize the blocks and introduce animals, shapes and numbers. A flashing light on top of the drum will attract your child’s attention as it flashes along with the sounds. Open the top to dump out the blocks and play again. Your little drummer will also enjoy tapping on the drum to play a variety of drum sounds and tunes. Drum up learning fun!
Sort & Discover Drum™ features:
5 colourful shape blocks
Magic shape sorter introduces animals, shapes and numbers
A light flashes with the sounds
Tapping on the drum plays fun drum sounds and music
Drum easily opens to dump out the shape pieces
50+ songs, melodies, sounds and phrases
Age recommendation: 6-36 months
Available Spring 2016 at retailers nationwide and at www.vtechkids.ca
The VTech Sort & Discover Drum reminds me of the old sorters that I think almost everyone seemed to have. The difference is, that the VTech Sort & Discover Drum has a ton of amazing features…..from sounds to lights, and of course the drum features.
I do agree with the age recommendations of 6 months to 36 months. For this age range, the VTech Sort & Discover Drum is perfect for engaging the young ones with tasks that challenge hand eye coordination and learning shapes. The lights and sounds are attractive for young ones and of course, who doesn’t just love tapping a drum.
The VTech Sort & Discover Drum really taps into all areas that are engaging for a little one all while helping them to learn their shapes and develop their hand eye coordination.
I do recommend that you check out the VTech Sort & Discover Drum whether it is for your own little one or as a gift. I think that VTech really hit the mark with this product, creating an educational toy that kids will love.
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Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review. As always, MomMomOnTheGo only supports companies, products, and services that she loves.