VTech’s new toys for toddlers | Source: VTech/The Toy Insider

These new toys from VTech will have your little one engaged in fun play patterns that mimic real life!

Young kids are always looking up to their parents, siblings, and other family members. They see what we’re doing and they want to do it, too. Now they can.

Level Up Gaming Chair | Source: VTech

Toddlers will love the Level Up Gaming Chair, a mini version of every pro gamer’s setup. The set features a swivel chair, a pretend headset, and a gaming panel with a 26-letter keyboard and piano. While the gaming chair has music and gaming settings, the learning setting is where this toy shines. Four activities with different levels of difficulty focus on letters and phonics, but also words and their meaning. Get it for toddlers ages 18 months and up here for $49.99.

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Smart Chart Medical Kit | Source: VTech

Budding doctors will be able to care for all the important people, pets, and toys in their lives with the Smart Chart Medical Kit! Kids ages 2 and up can dress up like a doctor while performing checkups using the interactive healthcare tablet, which helps the doctor find which tools to use to heal their patient. This toy comes with 15 different tools that come with their own medical bag. Get it here for $27.99.

Pop and Spin Mower | Source: VTech

An upgrade on a classic toy, the Pop and Spin Mower is great for teaching kids ages 2 and up about gardening and safety. The yellow button teaches kids about lawn mower safety as the sparkly, pretend blade spins. The toy is great for little landscapers, even if they’re not ready to walk just yet. The light-up buttons are still a great learning tool for smaller gardeners as well. Get it here for $29.99

These new VTech products are available now at Amazon, Target, and Walmart.

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Ashley Pelletier

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley is assistant editor for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book with a Master's in journalism from Quinnipiac University. When she isn’t writing her latest story, she is reading a fantasy novel or rewatching one of her three favorite TV shows over and over again. She’s also a big fan of showing people pictures of her two dogs and cat.