Check Out Joshy’s Baby Dump Truck Toy
Joshua had this baby dump truck toy figured out in about a minute. As soon as he saw the colorful balls, he knew what to do!
He’s only 14 months old so that shows you that the toy itself is pretty self explanatory to operate to a toddler his age.
When you turn the dump truck on, it sings a little song that says “I’m a powerful dump truck, I rumble down the road, moving my load from here to there! Put the rocks into the hole!”
If you don’t put the rocks in the hole after the song prompts you, it revs and honks and repeats, “put the rocks into the hole!”
Joshua’s Baby Dump Truck Toy by Vtech
Joshua is 14 months old and he got this dump truck from his Aunt Judy for Christmas this year.
- There are 3 colored balls (or “rocks”) blue, green and orange.
- There are 3 buttons that teach the names of different tools
- Volume control & on/off switch
- Teaches basic motor skills as well as cause & effect.
- The truck counts to 3, teaches colors as well as sing songs.
- Batteries were INCLUDED!
Dropping the Rocks in the Dump Truck
When the rocks are put in the hole, it counts them, there are three balls, it will count all the way up to 3 if your baby puts them all in.
The colorful balls are called “rocks” because after all, this is a dump truck!
Watch Joshua’s Short Baby Dump Truck Toy Demo
He’s only 14 months but he can show you how to use this toy!
The Tool Buttons
Press the tool buttons and it says what tool it is. “Saw” and “Hammer” and the big yellow one that lights up is “screwdriver” because the little pup in the window has one in his hand. It will also give the color of the button too.
The Blue Lever Makes It Dump!
There’s a blue lever on the side that can be pushed down and the truck dumps its load.
Look Parents! Volume Control!
Gotta love that you can turn the toy “off” right? Of course, every parent appreciates that. There’s also two different volume settings, high and low.
We removed the pull string for safety. There was a yellow string on the front of the truck so that your baby can pull it, but cut ours off, we saw it as a strangle hazard for our guy. He’s a bit of a risk taker, I could see him doing something with that string he’s not supposed too.