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Bright Starts Having a Ball Get Rollin Activity Table

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  • Unique ball ramp swirls balls around the table before dropping them down one table leg
  • Electronic book features fun phrases and melodies and flipping the pages changes from play mode to Learn mode
  • Develops and encourages motor skills, while teaching colors, shapes, numbers, opposites, and animal names
  • Legs are detachable for floor play
  • 3 AA batteries included and 6 balls
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Technical Details
Item Weight7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions19 x 19 x 16.5 inches
OriginImported
UPC074451091078
Item model number9107
Batteries:3 AA batteries required. (included)
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
  
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ASINB005J58CV0
Best Sellers Rank #804 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Your toddler will never run out of new things to do and learn with the Get Rollin' Activity Table. From the ball ramp to the peek-a-boo gator and the caterpillar piano, this activity table provides hours of entertainment and learning. It even fosters bilingual language learning by teaching shapes, colors, numbers, and more in both English and Spanish. 


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My 8 month old son loves this table!
Mommyandson
This activity table was great when my daughter was learning to pull herself up and stand.
S. Haigh
Lots of different activities and fun music and sounds.
New Mom in Colorado

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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By missbonedoc on January 21, 2012
My 9 month old has had this table for 2 months so far.. and I'm embarrassed to say that she plays with it for hours a day, though not all at one sitting. I researched the Fisher Price and V-Tech version of similar tables (and watched my daughter play with them at friends' houses) - this one is so much better! It seems like there are more activities than the others. We started without the legs, added them a month ago. She loves it both ways, and we'll probably take the legs off again soon just to change things up.

As another reviewer mentioned, the functionality switches between "play" and "learn" mode by flipping the page of the book. There are so many melodies (English and Spanish too) that even after hearing it daily, my husband and I still think we're hearing new songs. We don't find them annoying at all. Actually, to correct the other reviewer, the "red triangle", "blue circle", etc audio corresponds to the buttons of the caterpillar that are the corresponding color and have that shape on them. It's pretty obvious if you sit down and play with your child.

The alligator mouth covers a compartment that is great for hiding the balls or puffs/Cheerios. My little girl loves to find things there. She even knows the sound associated with the alligator door and comes crawling to look for food if she hears it. One of the smartest things that Bright Starts did was to make the 1,2,3 buttons so that they click and pop out. It's hard to describe, but it's different than just pushing a button - the child gets feedback and it's easier to operate. Initially, my baby couldn't figure out how to push buttons on any of her toys. These were easier for her to manipulate and seemed to help her figure out the "cause and effect" of the other buttons.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Claudia M. Arana on December 6, 2011
My mother gave this toy as a gift for my son when he was 10 months old. It's become his favorite toy. He loves to walk around it and spends a lot of time dropping the ball in the middle and looking for where the ball comes out. Ir definitely encourages him to stand and cruise and I really like that it has Spanish and English options for the sound and music. GREAT toy, I don't know what we'd do without it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen on March 14, 2012
this toy is great for physical development. my 7 month old loves to practice pulling himself to standing on it. It also has nice features for developing fine motor skills. It's definitely a hit at our house, as my son will crawl from a different spot in the room just to get to it and play with it. HOWEVER....the lights and sounds are WAY too much. It's the busiest, overstimulating toy I've yet to come across. Anytime you practically breathe on something the light pattern and music changes, even when it was already in the middle of a song. It will also light up and play music on its own if enough time has elapsed without any activity. I don't see how this would teach cause and effect to an infant, just confusion! We have other toys that light up and play music (fisher price crawl along snail, lamaze chime garden) and like those fine, but this toy is over the top. We keep the toy in off mode and like it much better that way. I wish the on mode was better suited for our little ones.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By NC65 on December 14, 2011
There are quite a few of these sit-to-stand activity tables on the market and I've had the opportunity to see the other brands that my friends own. I ultimately chose this one because it had an extra element of fun. While the little light up, noise-making, turny toys on the top (similar to all the others models) are interesting for a few minutes, the real fun comes with the ball drop. It works likes a billiards table. You first drop or roll the ball down through the center hole (creating fun noises in the process). The ball then ends up dropping down one of the four legs of the table. This is by far my 1 year old son's favorite part of this toy. I'm not sure how long he would remain interested had this feature not been included. The only problem I have encountered is that occasionally the ball gets 'stuck' inside. It's an easy fix (throw something else in after it) and my son doesn't even seem to notice. His second favorite thing would be opening and closing the alligator's mouth and hiding the balls inside. He loves to open and close things. As the prior reviewer stated, it is a nice feature that you can switch from English to Spanish. I am really happy that we decided to get this one!
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It's fine, it works, it isn't unsafe. I used it without the legs for a bit...it tends to tip if baby pulls on it too much when pulling themselves up.

It's super busy with lots of lights, noises, etc. it seems a bit possessed as it goes off for no reason. I don't think this is an effective toy to teach 'cause and effect' as it claims...if you look at it funny, it makes a new noise . I can only imagine a kid just likes the lights and sounds more than figuring out, " hey! If I push that button, I hear this song."

Speaking of noises and sounds...let's talk about the noises and sounds on this thing. Holy crap, it's hands down the single most annoying toy in my house! I cannot emphasize this enough. The singing voice used pushes me into a homocidal rage. I even turned it on to the Spanish setting hoping that would help. It didn't.

My son doesn't seem interested in it if it isn't blinking and stabbing my brain with the 10,000th rendition of 'ten little fishies' that I've heard that day.

Oh, also, the sticker came off the book within the first day or two that we used it.

So, it gets 3 stars because, while my son doesn't LOVE it, he does enjoy it but I take two stars away because it makes mommy want to throw herself out the window. :)

I would say listen to it before you purchase it and decide if it is something that will drive you insane.
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