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Fisher-Price Go Baby Go Sit-To-Stand Giraffe


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  • The Giraffes swirling ball drop and hide and surprise ball return provide exciting fun for baby
  • Handles placed around the ball ramp and handle like ears allow baby to pull themselves up to the standing position
  • Feed the giraffe 1 of 3 balls and be rewarded with fun sound effects and musical ditties
  • Perfect tool that aids child in standing position
  • Music and lights accompany the fun
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 6.1 x 20.5 inches ; 5.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000LT2IHI
  • Item model number: K8844
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,789 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Sit-to-Stand Giraffe offers baby exciting grow with me play! The Giraffes swirling ball drop and hide & surprise ball return provide exciting fun for baby. Handles placed around the ball ramp and "handle like" ears allow baby to pull themself up to the standing position where they can "feed" the giraffe 1 of 3 balls and be rewarded with fun sound effects and musical ditties. The top of the Giraffe also has fun spinner beads and a baby activated button that will give baby sound effects and ditties.

Product Description

Sitting, standing, exploring - there's so much to discover!

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

As for a toy to use while standing, I've found it not stable enough since it tends to tip.
Nina M
The problem with most ball toys is that if you get something stuck in it you can't ever get it out.
Mom of 6 good kids
Sometimes the balls get stuck in the mouth of the giraffe and it only plays one silly sound.
G. Ripoll

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Callahan on February 23, 2007
My 1-year-old daughter loves her ball popper toy, and when we received this as a gift, I thought this would be great. And she does enjoy it. It makes cute noises, and she loves to feed it the balls and watch them go around. She also likes to push the button on the giraffe's head to make him play sounds.

There are a few problems with it, though, causing me to rate it at 3 stars.

One is that the balls don't always go into the giraffe's mouth easily -- you have to get them just right, or they stick, and little baby hands don't always get them in there just right. This is frustrating for her.

Second, when she tries to pull up to standing on it, it tips. Not all the way over, and if she was pulling from her knees, it might not be a problem, but she's pulling from a seated position, and it keeps wanting to tip, which makes me nervous.

Thirdly, the balls don't always emerge fully from the tunnel, so they "disappear." At this age, she doesn't understand that sometimes she needs to fish the balls out, so I have to get them for her.

It's an entertaining toy, but I would prefer something that doesn't require so much adult intervention/supervision.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 6 good kids on July 22, 2007
The problem with most ball toys is that if you get something stuck in it you can't ever get it out. And if you loose the balls the toy is unusable because no other balls will work with it. Not so with this! You can use just about any ball with it. It only comes with 3 balls, so right away we rounded up every ball in the house. We have about 20 of them going and it makes it so much fun. I'm not uptight about loosing these balls because I can go buy some ping pong balls if I need to.

As far as what the other reviewers said, it does take good coordination to put the balls in the mouth. My son got this for his 1st birthday and it took a day of practice to get good at putting the balls in. Smaller balls make it easier. If your child doesn't have good coordination then they may get frustrated. On the other hand it may improve their hand eye coordination.

It is really cute and plays cute music my son likes to dance to. My 3 year old is enjoying it too. Like I said it's the best ball toy we have had over the years. I have had to toss all the others out because you can not buy replacement balls for any of them, including the ball popper. But this one will last.

Update: Still love it but check out my review on the Fisher-Price Go Baby Go Sit-to-Crawl Polar Coaster
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nina M on May 1, 2007
I thought my 9 month old would love this since he really likes other toys with balls (drop and roll dino, busy ball popper). But he has shown very little interest in this one.

The balls are too hard to get in the mouth (there is resistance; hard for a baby). Also, he loses interest even if he does get the balls in the mouth - seems to be because the balls don't always come out the same exit. While I thought the fact that they are random would be fun, he doesn't like it. He's just now learning cause and effect so the randomness doesn't interest him; it's not repeatable.

As for a toy to use while standing, I've found it not stable enough since it tends to tip. And he has trouble pulling himself up - the handles are awkward to get to so he pulls at the ball track. Once standing he finds it awkward to reach around the base to get the balls after that.

This is one toy I wish I hadn't spent the money on. On the plus side, my dog seems to enjoy it - she's figured out how to set off the music by pressing the button on the nose with her chin.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Mattingly on June 13, 2007
This toy seemed like a great idea, but as another reviewer said - it takes a decent amount of force to get a ball through the mouth. So much so, that I don't anticipate my [...]really using this too much. Definitely a let-down.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Watson on August 24, 2011
Putting the ball in the mouth is ok when they are sitting, but once they stand my kid has no interest in leaning over to put the ball in. I would suggest getting the previous version where the balls go in the top. My mother-in-law has it and all 5 grandkids have LOVED it!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 13, 2008
My son recieved this as a gift on his first Christmas. He's two years old now and he still likes to play with it every once and a while. It's cute, it's colorful. The sounds and jingles are cute. My son loves feeding the giraffe or just pressing the button on it's forehead. He also gets a kick out of watching the balls slide down.

While the name says "Sit to Stand" I wouldn't buy it for the purposes of having your child lean on it as he learns to stand. But, the good news is that a child can play with it while sitting or standing. If you want you child to learn to stand, just have him rest up against the couch.

I think that your child will enjoy this toy just as mine did.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Ripoll on December 11, 2008
I was really excited to receive this toy for my 9 month old as an early Christmas present from my cousin. She said it would aid my baby to learn how to stand. However, this can be a dangerous toy if you leave the child unattended. My baby boy tried to stand by pulling from the giraffe's ears and he felt on his back and hitting his head. The whole giraffe was on top of him. He was crying like crazy and very scared. I took the toy out of his room for the moment to see if it is more appropriate when he grows older. He doesn't seem to be interested in the toy anyway. Sometimes the balls get stuck in the mouth of the giraffe and it only plays one silly sound.
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