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Move to the beat with music and six dancing lights with the Cruise & Groove Ballapalooza, from Fisher-Price! Baby can drop colorful balls onto lower ramps or crawl through the gate for a different perspective. When they're old enough to pull up and stand, little ones can drop balls into the chute for surprise, bounce-back action to play all over again. Whether they're sitting, crawling, pulling-up, standing or cruising, the beat boppin' music will keep baby moving and grooving!
A brand new way for baby to play, with beat-boppin' music, dancing lights, and exciting bounce, chase and roll ball-action! With brightly colored ramps, tunnels and balls, the Fisher-Price Cruise & Groove Ballapalooza takes baby up, down and around a whole new world of fun and learning. Baby can drop the colorful balls onto lower ramps and watch them roll, or crawl through the gate for a different view of the action! And when baby is able to pull up and stand or cruise, she can drop balls into the chute for a bounce-back action surprise.
The Cruise & Groove Ballapalooza comes with six colorful balls and encourages baby to move all around, up and down to achieve key physical milestones. And they'll have a rockin' good time while they're at it, too, thanks to brand new, beat-boppin' music! The center tower has six dancing lights that encourage baby to sit and play, or crawl, stand and cruise.
Sitting babies can drop balls onto the lower ramps or bat at the paddle wheel; crawlers can crawl through the 360 degree spinning gate or crawl through the main archway to be rewarded with lights and sounds. And when baby is ready to stand and cruise, there's more fun and action to discover up top, too!
Designed for babies between 6 and 36 months of age, the Cruise & Groove Ballapalooza encourages development of important physical and cognitive skills. With 360 degrees of play, it rewards baby as they reach key physical milestones: sitting to crawling to pulling up, standing & cruising, helping baby develop gross motor skills, balance and coordination. Grasping & dropping balls on the roll-around ramps gives fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination a great workout, too. And since baby's own actions activate lights, music and ball rolling and bounce-back fun, baby starts to understand the concept of "cause & effect." It's learning and fun, all wrapped in one!
The Fisher-Price Cruise & Groove Ballapalooza.
The Fisher-Price Cruise and Groove Ballapalooza comes with eight colorful balls. Full of great ramp play, it's perfect for all of baby's key physical milestones. The center tower has pulsating lights that encourage baby to move up and around. For a sitting baby they can drop the balls onto the lower ramps or bat at the paddle wheel. When baby's ready to crawl they can crawl through the gate, which spins all the way around. Or they can crawl through the other arch, activating break the bream, and be rewarded with lights and sounds. When baby is ready to stand and cruise they can put the balls into the top and they will shoot out and bounce off the trampoline and down and around the ramps.
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Daughter received this toy over two years ago for Christmas and it has held up very well. She and our 13 month old both love it! Read morePublished 15 days ago by heather zheltkova
Son likes it, but I may have not put the screws in that tight so some parts came off. Not sure by design or my fault, but it is pretty big and comes with a lot of balls.Published 17 days ago by Tim
I purchased this for my nephew who really liked playing with the colorful plastic balls like the ones in this toy. He loved it! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jenlobster
Daughter loved it when she was about 1. Didn't seem to hold her interest much after that. I do recommend that if you have pets, to keep them away from it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah
My kid loves this and replays pretty often, for the last few years. By two years plus she is still hiding things in it once in a while.Published 3 months ago by Brian C.
Daughter still plays with it, have had it for more than a year now.Published 4 months ago by Newbie