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Alphabet Activity Cube

Alphabet Activity Cube

Age: 9-36 months
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Product Details

Best for ages:
9 to 36 months
The Alphabet Activity Cube by VTech® is five sides of endless learning fun! One of VTech's top-rated infant and preschool learning toys, the Alphabet Activity Cube offers learning activities that hit eight developmental stages making it a toy that grows with your child. Little builders will love the 13 double-sided building blocks that teach the alphabet. The blocks can be stacked on the top of the cube or they can be inserted into the slot on the electronic side to learn more about each letter. The electronic side also features five light-up piano keys, a number keypad, and telephone that teach music, numbers and pretend play. Other sides of this electronic learning toy feature fun mechanical elements such as a peg maze, put-and-take holes that lead to a storage area, sliders, gears, a mirror and more! And with over 100 songs, melodies, fun phrases and sound effects learning has never been so much fun!
Product Number: 80-135400
Battery: 2AA Batteries Required
  • Five sides of learning activities keep little ones engaged
  • 13 double-slided blocks are identified, teaching children the alphabet
  • Keypad and removable phone teach numbers and pretend play
  • Turning gears, slider and beads strengthen fine motor skills
  • Put-and-take holes encourage repetitive play
  • Peg maze side entertains with block-dropping fun
  • Top of cube has a building surface for stacking blocks
  • Light-up piano keys teach colors, shapes and make music
  • Play 100+ songs, melodies, fun phrases and sound effects
  • Blocks can be stored inside cube

Exper Advice & Parenting Tips

Lise Eliot

Toys that Stand the Test of Time

Some things never go out of fashion. For generations, babies have been happily diverted by toy activity centers—sturdy panels with an explosion of colorful, easy-to-move buttons, knobs, wheels, and sliders that make interesting sounds or change pictures when a baby handles them. VTech’s new version of this classic toy, the action-packed Alphabet Activity Cube, is sure to fascinate any curious infant or toddler.

Deborah Sharp Libby

Terrific Toys For All Tots!

From an early age, play is an important component of a child’s development and learning. Great philosophers and scholars such as Plato, Aristotle and Locke placed significant value on play. Today’s educational experts continue to support the importance of developmentally appropriate play and developmentally appropriate toys for boys and girls. Choosing toys that appeal to our children and also support learning are important.


Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Endless Fun! Keeps my grandson well entertained. He loves playing with the alphabet side and talking on the fun. We have a large family and this is definitely one of his favorite Christmas toys. January 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alphabet Activity Cube Review My little children love this activity cube. It keeps their attention, for long periods of time. Which is great, when Im a mother of 5!!!! January 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fun but could use some adjustments the shapes should turn instead of being unmoveable, the top piece snake shape comes off too easily January 20, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Doesn't work right The number block are reading wrong. Not very good for teaching children their ABC's January 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unhappy with letter recognition I am unhappy with this product as the letter cubes are not recognized correctly. The first letter I put in was an H (beginning of our daughter's name) cube says "You found K!" I put in a V cube says "You found W!" This happens with almost all of the letters. If I had a gift receipt I would try to return it for something that will give my child the correct information instead of this cube. I have had to hide the letters from my daughter because I don't want her to hear the wrong letter name. Very disappointed in this cube. January 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by incorrect letter recognition We purchased the activity cube for our son for Christmas and were so excited about all the different play options. Unfortunately when putting the letter blocks in the reader area it frequently misreads the letters calling the "R" an "S" etc. very disappointing! December 29, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Erratic Everything about it was great except that about 20% of the time it misreads a given block's letter by plus or minus one letter, calling a J a K, for example. And since VTech's website rejects their own techline address, there's no way to even let them know. My granddaughter is VERY unhappy that we had to take the blocks away from her. December 8, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by LOVES IT!!! The ONLY reason I gave this a 4 and not 5 stars is because only 1 side is electronic. If 4.9 were an option, i wouod of choosen that. However, for the price of [$]. I wouldn't expect it to be on all sides. I would of paid over $100 if not more if at least 2 sides were electronic. If you are thinking of purchasing this toy, it's well worth the money. Best thing I have bought for my 8 month old yet. She's not crawling yet but sits up and the top of this cube is just above her head so everything is right there in front of her face. Thanks to vtech' I can now walk more than 5 feet away and she can entertain herself. I have nit been able to do that in MONTHS. I was literally about to go crazy. THANK YOU! August 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great toy! We just got this toy for our daughter and she loves it. I'm always looking for toys that can be used for more than a few months and this toy is perfect. Being that she is right months old she currently enjoys the blocks and the pressing the buttons. As her hand/eye coordination improves Puting the letters in the slot and building things will be fun. I can see us using it further to learn our numbers and letters as well. This toy is worth the money! August 24, 2012