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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Cookie Shape Surprise


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  • This smiling-faced cookie jar features a magical opening that senses baby's hand, or the cookie shapes
  • It plays music and sounds and says phrases each time something is placed in or on top of the jar
  • 2 play modes include Shape Mode and Number Mode
  • As baby places the correct shape through the correct opening she will hear the name of the shape or the number that is on the shape
  • Includes 5 cookie shapes, magical cookie jar and lid
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 10.7 x 11.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000NW3LXI
  • Item model number: L5846
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,783 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Putting a hand in this smiling cookie jar gives baby a special treat, learning fun with a magical surprise! Two different modes teach shapes or numbers, songs teach about making things happen, and fun phrases are sure to bring a giggle. Baby learns to identify and sort 5 cookie shapes, enjoying fun rewards with each success. Reach in for cookies and the music plays; pull your hand out and the music stops! Learning never looked so yummy! With volume control and on/off switch. Requires 3 "AA" (LR6) alkaline batteries.

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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Cookie Shape Surprise

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Colorful for eye stimulation, musical for hearing stimulation.
Gloria Alves Peck
First of all, the shapes are on the side of the cookie jar, which make it difficult for her to put the shapes in.
happymom
The holes the shapes fit through are too narrow for your average toddler to easily put them through.
S. Cosby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By E. Silva on November 21, 2007
My son received this toy as a gift for his first birthday. He loved putting the shapes in through the top of the jar and taking them back out, and loved being able to take the lid on and off. The music is cute, too. However, now that he is a little older (almost 15 months) and ready to really sort the shapes, he gets frustrated trying to fit the correct shapes into their corresponding holes. The shapes are too big for their holes, which makes it a very tight squeeze. In order for me to fit, say, the star shape into the star hole, I have to hold the cookie jar tightly with my other hand and really forcefully push the shape through. There is no way my son could do that on his own, which he finds frustrating. Although I think this toy was a cute idea and is fun to use when just putting shapes in and out the top, I think it really should be redesigned to work better as a shape sorter...
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sharman L. Beltran on August 21, 2008
I have been searching for a shape-sorting toy for my 16-month old daughter. I chose this one because it had good reviews and because I found it in a local store (no shipping charges!). However, after playing with it for a few minutes, I realized that the shapes are very hard to fit into their respective holes, especially the square. Also, it seems that they can only go in one way, with the embossed-number-side facing in; otherwise, it is even harder to push them in. And, even when you line them up just right, the block sort of "catches" on the button that causes the corresponding song, and you have to put in some real effor to push the block in. I can only imagine how frustrating this must be to a baby just learning to shape sort - he/she finally gets the shape right, but can't manage to push it all the way in. Furthermore, even though this is a cute toy, I showed it to my baby for just a minute and she didn't even bother to try to play with it. It, along with the Fisher-Price Stride to Ride Lion, is not one of Fisher-Prices's best creations.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mom23crazykids on November 1, 2007
We bought this toy for my oldest daughter 4 or 5 years ago. She loved this toy so much that we have gotten a new one for our baby. The shape sorter is a great learning tool and she likes to take the lid off and put it back on by herself. But her favorite thing about this toy is the music!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Helen Mckenzie on March 17, 2009
My kids both like this toy putting the shapes in and out of the top but I have the same problem as the other reviewer,,,the shapes on mine are WAY too tight to fit thru the shaped holes easily. It is hard for me to do and unless they are lined up exactly it will not work at all. Impossible for any toddler to do. Maybe this issue is not on all of them as other people do not seem to have the problem but overall I am VERY disappointed and will probably be donating this toy to good will next time I go! Fisher Price usually makes good toys but this one in my opinion is not.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Emy Amborn on January 21, 2012
This toy is squarely okay. Not great, not good, not bad... it's okay.

My son loves to put the shapes in the top of the jar and take them out. He's too young to put the shapes into the sides, but the size of the holes (as other reviews have stated) is very precise, so it's a tight fit. I can see him getting frustrated with that when it's time to put the shapes in the holes.

We almost always have to have the sound turned off. The jar sings ONE song. ONE SONG. And it's not a very good one. So the song gets old about three times after hearing it.

So if you have the sound off and your kid is too young to be able to sort shapes, sure, get it! Otherwise... eh, it's okay.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Natalie Metzger on December 29, 2008
I almost didn't buy this because of the review that stated it was hard to get the shapes in. But, I really wanted to have a shape sorter from the Laugh and Learn line, so I tried it.

This toy is great! Has darling songs, and my 1 yr old son has learned to get the shapes in the right spots without any problems, and the shapes go in easy and without any of the problems the other reviewer had.

One of the best features is the cookie jar lid. It helps keep the pieces inside, perfect for easy clean up! This has been one of my sons favorite toys this year!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vidya on June 23, 2012
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My 11 month old enjoys this toy. My kid smiles for the music that comes up after fitting the shape. Unlike other reviewers comment, the shapes do go smoothly in the cookie jar. The key is that you need to fit them with hollow side facing outside and the number side facing the jar. The other way is hard to push in.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 2 on December 30, 2011
My 3 month old son got this for a Christmas gift and I was shocked to find my 3 year old daughter struggles with it. While it says it's for 6 month to 3 year olds, the shapes are too large to fit in the holes (specifically the triangle and star). I thought it was odd that my 3 year old couldn't do it so I attempted and had the same issue. You literally have to find the perfect angle to have the shape fit. Also, once you put the lid on the top of the jar, there's no way a child would be able to remove it. I found this frustrating as my 3 year old asked me repeatedly to open it for her. Had I purchased the gift myself I would return it. Since it's a gift, i'll let it collect dust in the off chance one of the kids will use it again. Don't waste your time.
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