Win a wooden baby walker from Galt Toys

wooden baby walker Galt Toys

Galt Toys has introduced a new Baby Walker toy to its popular Dr Miriam range to support young children when taking their first steps and we have one of them to give away in this weeks competition.

The push-along truck is one of a range of seven wooden developmental toys created by the brand alongside leading parenting expert Dr Miriam Stoppard. Suitable for children from 12 months, the wooden truck comes with 30 bright and colourful bricks to put in and take out of the truck, to aid manual dexterity and hand eye coordination.

The Baby Walker promotes balance by encouraging young children to use their muscles to stay upright, while developing coordination as they take each step and learn to walk independently. The sturdy and stable wooden truck is made from quality hardwood and has rubber tread wheels to prevent sideward slipping.

The toy comes with a play guide written by Dr Miriam with tips on how parents can play with the toy to encourage a child’s development all while having fun. The guide shows parents how to build their child’s confidence in making the transition from sitting to standing and from standing to taking their first steps.

Suitable from 12 months, the Dr Miriam @ Galt Baby Walker retails at £39.99 and is available from

If you want to win a wooden baby walker from Galt Toys, fill in the Rafflecopter form below. Please don’t cheat, I do double check all entries. Good luck! 

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  1. cathy creighton says

    i love the really rotten experiemnts kit, my kids love science type activites and its perfect weather for that

  2. emma speers says

    I love the playnest – all of my little ones started out with one of these, a godsend to me and they loved them! Would highly recommend to all parents

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