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Alphabet Activity Cube™

Alphabet Activity Cube™

Age: 9-36 months

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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

Developmental Benefits:

Discovery Exploration, Under 3
Discovery Exploration, Under 3
Letters Names Phonics
Letters Names Phonics
Motor Skills
Motor Skills
Hand Eye Coordination
Hand Eye Coordination
Cause & Effect
Cause & Effect
Tactile Stimulation
Tactile Stimulation
Creative Play
Creative Play
Sensory Development
Sensory Development

Developmental Benefits:

Alphabet Activity Cube™

Discovery Exploration, Under 3
Letters Names Phonics
Motor Skills
Hand Eye Coordination
Cause & Effect
  • Rewards baby as they learn that their actions have reactions
  • Babies’ actions help them discover they can make things happen! If baby pushes an animal button on one of our toys they will hear the corresponding animal sound effect and learn that by pressing this button they get a response from it. To enhance babies learning experience VTech products provide many stimuli to get baby involved! Baby can press buttons to play music, push shaped blocks through windows to learn shapes and press number buttons to learn numbers!
Tactile Stimulation
Creative Play
  • Use imagination in a variety of ways and contexts to communicate ideas
  • Creative play gives children the chance to create something original and new from existing objects using a variety of textures and materials. Creative play encourages children to role–play, express themselves and their feelings, to use their imagination, work independently and share ideas with other children. VTech encourage creative play for children by providing fun features that enable them to get creative and let them run away with their imaginations.
Sensory Development

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Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Repeats same intro song over and over. My daughter likes it and has fun with it but the same intro song keeps playing over and over again and the letter blocks don't work anymore it's less than a year old. The phone isn't attached to it so it's easy to lose. It should maybe have a string to it. Not worth the money. July 27, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fun while it worked. Bought the alphabet activity cube for my son. He enjoyed playing with it very much, unforinatly a few short months later the toy just repeats the intro song and nothing else. Since then my son has lost interest and doesn't really play with it at least when it's turned on. This is NOT the only v-tech toy that this has happened with. I've bought many and not long after buying them they have the same malfunction. I don't see myself buying v-tech toys any longer. With a high price toy I'd expect a lot better, longer lasting toy which hasn't been the case. April 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by I guess it just depends on the child. We bought this for my daughter on her first birthday and she's turning 4 this year. Now my son plays with it and it barely started repeating the things over and over. But all I have to do I'd change the batteries. I liked it and my children liked it! the only thing I don't like is that it's not sturdy enough for my son to pull himself up when he want to play on it. April 17, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by The blocks don't stay on the top My daughter got this from her great grandma for her 1st Christmas and we were excited to see how much fun this would be and then we were showing her to stack the blocks and they kept falling off. I am disappointed that this doesn't work as it frustrates her when she goes to put the blocks on top and they just fall down I have been a huge fan of vtech but this product is a let down. January 8, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lasted for less than 4 months My daughter got this for her 1st birthday and she has enjoyed playing with it, she especially loves the letter blocks and putting in the holder so it can tell her what letter it is. Today when we turned it on it started having glitches. The song would not finish but then start over again so we pushed some other buttons to get it to stop and then put a letter block in but it would not tell us the letter, instead it started singing the song over again so we pushed the piano keys and then it lit up one key and froze so no buttons would work. It is pretty disappointing since we have not had it very long but I am hoping that since it has been just long enough that we can no longer return to the store we purchased it from that the manufacturer will give us a replacement. When it works, it is a lot of fun and keeps my daughter entertained for a good amount of time but it definitely shouldn't break down so quickly. December 1, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Was great while it worked right We had the same experience as another review. The toy was wonderful then in under a year the intro song kept repeating and the red button would be stuck on. Wish they would correct this issue. Not sure if the toy will make it to the next babie's arrival. October 2, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Daughter played with this toy for less than a year now it's broken 12/13 I purchased this toy for my daughter who was turning one at the time. She often enjoyed putting the blocks into and out of toy. She would also use the cube to get a steady footing so she can stand to walk by herself. Now 5/15 the music just stutters the first few seconds of the intro song the repeats. Or the lighted keys will stay suck on one key with a low hum. I really thought this toy would have lasted longer than this. Especially for the price it was being sold for. Well at least she enjoyed the toy even though it was short live. May 20, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Baby loves it, but... Good for learning with some versatility, but I have a few issues with this toy. My first thought, shortly after buying this for my daughter I noticed that the cube will randomly say "yeah" in a creepy voice that made me feel not right. I shrugged it off since it's not that big of a deal, but it did seem a little weird and still cringe a little when it says it. Second, I bought this 3 months ago for Christmas when my daughter turned 9 months and now the side that you're supposed to put the blocks in to tell you what letter it is, doesn't work anymore. When you put a block in, it just plays a song on repeat and that's the only thing it'll do. Definitely not worth the price. I already thought it was overpriced before the technical issues. Of course I don't have the receipt anymore or else I would return it. March 28, 2015
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