Vtech 195803 Touch and Learn Activity Desk, Multi-Colour

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  • IDEAL PRE SCHOOL TODDLER TOY: Encourage learning with VTech's Touch and Learn children's desk - touch, draw, learn and write using all the different available features while having heaps of fun!
  • PACKED WITH EDUCATIONAL FEATURES: Features an interactive desktop, 4 double-sided touch pages that introduce letters, phonics, numbers, body parts, animals, music, shapes, colours, seasons, the classroom, town and more!
  • EDUCATIONAL TOY: Includes a light up writing pad with stylus for letter & number writing - ideal to learn first letters and numbers and improve coordination
  • ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY & PRETEND PLAY: Your little one will have so much phone "talking" to every member of the family and friends through the pretend phone whilst learning how to dial numbers and more
  • IDEAL GIFT FOR TODDLERS: This baby activity table is the perfect gift for baby's second birthday or Christmas, as it is specifically designed to support preschool development. Stool included


  1. I bought this for my daughters birthday, she was so happy to finally get it. Shes used it literally 3 times and now it doesn't work. I've tried changing the batteries a couple of times to see if this was the problem but it isnt. I cant even turn it on as nothing happens. I'm extremely disappointed in this item and so is mu daughter. Could the seller please contact me ASAP! I would leave no stars for this item if I could.
  2. The product looks alright, but no batteries included. It has diminished the whole enthusiasm. It is not that I will not buy the batteries. The product description says that batteries would be included. But, I was disappointed to learn that there are no batteries at all. I wanted to play with my son, but it all ruined due to having not batteries in the box.  
  3. This was a Christmas present for my 2.5 year old granddaughter. Many of the features are too advanced for her at the moment, but she is growing into them rapidly. She is very proud of her "computer".
    She already enjoys tracing letters with the help of her parents, and some of the simpler activities. There are too many activities to list, with good sound and flashing lights. It is robust enough to withstand active play now, and I think in the near future she will be tackling the more advanced activities. The only downside for a younger child is that they have to reach over the large touch sensitive pad, usually activating a letter and triggering its spoken description.