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VTech Little Love Baby Talk Interactive Doll - Multi-Coloured Lacc2zMseh

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  • Talk to your baby, the more your little one talks to baby the more words and phrases she will learn and repeat
  • An ideal way to introduce your little one to nurturing role play
  • Use the three colourful baby books to teach her to read and listen to her as she coos and sings along to nursery rhymes
  • Complete with a cute cuddly outfit, dummy and feeding bottle and includes over 80 adorable baby phrases and real-life sound effects
  • Fully safety tested and 2 x AA batteries required
  • Ages 2 to 3 years


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  • Warning: Only for domestic use

Product description

Style Name:English Version

Product Description

Features various accessories including three colourful books. view larger Interactive play for ages 2 – 5 years. view larger

Little Love Baby Talk Interactive Doll

The more your little one talks to Baby the more words and phrases she will learn and repeat. This doll offers the perfect way to introduce your little one to nurturing role play. Use the three colourful baby books to teach her to read, and listen to her as she coos and sings along to nursery rhymes. Comes complete with a cute cuddly outfit, dummy and feeding bottle, and includes over 80 adorable baby phrases and real-life sound effects like drinking and giggling.

Key Developmental Benefits
Auditory Stimulation

Even very early in life babies can hear a wide variety of sounds. Infants will turn towards the sound of a toy and begin to reach towards it. Young infants listen longer to the sound of human voice and seem to prefer it to any other sound. They are especially aware of the sound of language and like to be spoken to slowly and with a high pitch. This is sometimes referred to as “infant directed speech” or even “baby talk”. Little Love offers over 80 fun and interesting sounds and phrases to stimulate your child’s auditory senses.

Imaginative Play

Children’s imagination is active from an early age. Imaginative play has links to what psychologists call “social pretend play”. Young children in nursery benefit from engaging in imaginative play. It helps them to begin to understand that other children think differently to them and have different ideas.

Imaginative and social pretend play is beneficial for children as it allows them to explore different ways of viewing the world. Children who use their imagination when playing with other children are increasing their social competence and their understanding of other people. Little Love offers the chance explore imaginative play through interaction with various characters.

Language Development

Babies start to babble at an early age and this can be seen as the first signs of language. They are predisposed to pick up the sounds of the language that they hear around them. The more young children are exposed to language the faster they will begin to pick up it up. There are social skills involved in language acquisition such as realising that it is necessary to wait until the other person has finished speaking. Little Love Introduces alphabet, letter sounds and vocabulary, assisting this development.

Motor Skills

As children develop they become more adept at grasping objects. The grasping, at first, is quite clumsy but through repetition, and across time, infants become adept at grasping and develop fine motor skills. After the first year, infants adopt the ‘pincer grasp’ where they use their thumb and index finger to grasp even very tiny objects. Little Love encourages the development of these fine motor skill with your child.

Role Play

Research has shown that during social pretend play, young children’s interactions last longer, are more engaging and also more cooperative. Nursery school children who spend more time in socio-dramatic role playing are also perceived as more socially competent by their teachers. Role play enhances many cognitive abilities such as sustained attention, memory, language and literacy skills, and helps children to understand and manage their emotions. Role play is generally a social activity but some children can engage in solitary role play where they create imaginary companions. Little Love nurtures these skills, developing imagination and encourages cooperation, listening and turn-taking.

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Product information

Style Name: English Version Technical Details
Item Weight572 g
Product Dimensions9 x 28.8 x 32.6 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Manufacturer recommended age:2 - 3 years
Item model number153903
Educational Objective(s)Numeracy, Literacy & Spacial Awareness
Main Language(s)English manual, English
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries included?Yes
Remote Control Included?No