23 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

VTech Grow – Along Music Center

VTech Grow Along Music Center We borrowed a baby and a toddler to check this one out and he gave it a thumb and a half up. It’s VERY sturdy and for a baby that’s just learning to pull himself up, he didn’t fall over once because of it. The two had a great time, the big bright buttons draw their attention and the music gives them something to “baby dance” to. I found the microphone annoying. It doesn’t do a great job with voice changing and once my husband got ahold of it, I really really hated it. It’s a bit loud and distorted and really… just not good quality. The rest of it is fabulous though. Adjustable heights so varied that it can be used by a sitting or standing child. And hey, who doesn’t like jamming out to Let It Go?

Recommended for busy babies and toddlers. And those parents who need 15 minutes of peace to get a long overdue shower.


Sing and learn with the Grow-Along Music Center by VTech. Pretend to be a musician and sing along with the music. Sing into the microphone and watch as the five colorful lights on the piano correspond to your child’s voice, or play with wacky voice-changing and amplifying effects. Rock out with three instrument buttons that play guitar, drum and saxophone sounds. Five animal piano keys introduce your child to instruments, colors and animals. Choose between Learn & Play mode and Sing-Along mode and become a learning super star!

Top Features

      • Voice-changing microphone with 4 fun effects
      • 75+ songs, melodies, sounds and phrases
      • 5 light-up keys flash along with your child’s voice
      • Adjustable height stand for sitting and standing play
      • Learning and music modes provide two ways to play
      • Play guitar, drum and saxophone sounds
      • Teaches imitative play, instruments, animals and colors

Developmental Benefits

Language Development and Imaginative Play
      • Introduces age-appropriate vocabulary with fun phrases.
      • Popular melodies and songs enhance vocal exploration.
      • Musician role-play elements promote imaginative play.
      • Real microphone lets your child pretend to perform.
Discovery and Exploration
      • Voice-changing and amplifying effects inspire curiosity.
      • Light-up keys encourage exploration.
Cause and Effect
      • Five colorful lights correspond to your child’s voice.
      • Pressing piano keys plays fun sounds and phrases.

Rating: ★★★★☆

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