Dec 162016
 

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Christmas Countdown – Day 16

That’s it, another school year done and dusted! The kids are very excited for the big summer holidays to begin today and personally I can’t wait for a few weeks of family time either. In preparation for kindy next year Sybil has been practising the alphabet through song and play with this awesome toy by VTech, my little girl is definitely growing up!

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Young PAW Patrol fans will immediately recognise their hero Marshall, a friendly Dalmatian pup who is always there to help someone in need. All these rescue missions do make a little dog hungry, so what can we feed Treat Time Marshall (RRP $49.95, ages 2-5)?

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With 26 tasty treats there is plenty of food to keep Marshall going. Each treat represents a letter of the alphabet and a matching picture, just pop a treat in his mouth and he’ll tell you which letter and sound it is. You can even personalise your experience so that Marshall the first letter of your child’s name, now that’s a clever dog! When not in use all the letter treats can be neatly stored inside his suit.

treat-time-marshallOf course Marshall teaches more than the ABC, with four different ways to play and learn he is sure to keep little minds engaged for hours. He teaches colours, sings songs and recognises the picture on every treat, plus feeding him treats is a great exercise for your child’s fine motor skills. One of our kids’ favourite ways to play with Treat Time Marshall is the Search and Rescue mode, where Marshall asks you to find and feed him a specific letter.

VTech toys are available at major department stores and independent toy retailers across Australia.

To find out more about VTech, to browse the range and to locate a stockist near youvisit www.vtech.com.au.

For your chance to win Treat Time Marshall (RRP $49.95) enter our Christmas Countdown giveaway below:

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  3 Responses to “Christmas Countdown Day 16 – VTech ‘Paw Patrol’”

  1. VTech Toys combine fun, development skills and are also educational

  2. I love the Search and Rescue mode the most about Treat Time Marshall because I know kids will have lots of fun learning while playing.

  3. that my son can learn off one of his favourite characters

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