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  • Getting Ready for Baby: What You Didn’t Think About

    CHICAGO — (May 03, 2011): In the final few months before a new baby arrives, parents stock up on diapers, check out the best pediatricians and pick the perfect crib. But with all those errands to run, many parents don’t stop to think about the best way to give their infant the optimal start on a lifelong path to learning....Read More
  • VTech® Debuts Tablet for Kids - InnoTab™

    CHICAGO — (February 13, 2011): VTech ( knows that kids want the latest technology, while parents want to make sure the experience is age-appropriate and helps children learn. Award-winning smash hits like V.Smile™, V.Reader™ and MobiGo™ are just a few examples that prove VTech's global leadership for bringing innovative technology to electronic learning toys....Read More
  • VTech® Infant Toys Have MORE To Love

    CHICAGO — (February 13, 2011): Recent research about the new "Real Mom" shows that mothers are still struggling to balance their careers, families and personal life. But for the first time, moms are starting to give themselves permission to have more personal time. In fact, many moms are embracing it....Read More
  • Find the Right Holiday Gifts for Babies with Help from VTech®!

    CHICAGO — (November 1, 2010): Purchasing gifts for infants can be a tough decision. They are too young to have a definitive interest like dinosaurs or princesses, but a more generic toy like a stuffed animal will be outgrown quickly and doesn¡¦t provide much lasting value....Read More
  • VTech® to Donate 10,000 Books for Kids in Need with First Book®

    CHICAGO — (September 9, 2010): The latest statistics on kids and books are shocking. In low-income neighborhoods, there is an average of just one book for every 300 children. And 80 percent of preschools and afterschool programs serving kids ages 3-7 have no age-appropriate books for their children....Read More