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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Puppy and Friends Learning Table

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List Price: $44.99
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  • Use the bi-lingual activity table to learn with all baby's favorite characters
  • There are over 60 songs, tunes and phrases
  • The legs can be detached for playing on the floor
  • The interactive content encourages baby to cruise around the table
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • There are many features to keep baby busy
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Product Details

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 21 x 15.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00CQHYZZG
  • Item model number: BMD92
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,901 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging

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Learn with Puppy & Pals

With four light-up activity corners, baby can stand and cruise to explore all around. The laptop opens and closes for realistic role-play with Puppy and Monkey. Puppy reads aloud at the interactive first words book, Sis and Puppy count together on the phone with detachable receiver, and Monkey plays around at the piano keys. With four modes of play (Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual) baby will learn all about letters, numbers, opposites, shapes, colors, greetings, and more. There are over 60 sung songs, tunes, and phrases full of learning, too. Legs remove easily for floor play. Includes power and volume control.

Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
Enjoy singing along together to the songs in this toy.
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Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
Four light-up corners (Laptop, Phone, Book, Piano) encourage baby to stand and cruise all around.
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Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
Rhythm, rhyme, and music are a great way to help babies learn.
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Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
The laptop opens and closes for realistic role play with Puppy and Monkey.
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Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
Legs remove easily for floor play.
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Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table
There are over 60 sung songs, tunes, and phrases full of learning.
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The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table promotes baby’s gross motor skills as it encourages him to stand and cruise all around the table. In addition, the table reinforces lessons on letters, numbers, counting, opposites and more through exciting stories and songs. Fine motor skills are promoted through the pressing of buttons, the sliding of the laptop mouse, turning pages in the interactive book, and flipping over levers, with sweet rewards for baby’s curiosity, too. Rhythm, rhyme, and music are a great way to help babies learn. Enjoy singing along together to the songs in this toy. Help your baby make connections between words and objects by pointing to them and repeating the words they hear in English and Spanish. “See the triangle, triangulo? There’s the number three, tres.”

Features:
  • Four light-up corners (Laptop, Phone, Book, Piano) encourage baby to stand and cruise all around
  • More than 60 sung songs, tunes, and learning activities
  • Four modes of play: Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual
  • Detachable legs for floor play
  • English and Spanish bilingual learning
  • Introduces letters, numbers, shapes, opposites, first words, and more

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Customer Reviews

My 9 month old daughter LOVES this!!
Jodie Tuel
It's very colorful and helps teach her colors, shapes, letters, numbers, and more in both English and Spanish.
Kristin Rehg
It's great because you can start out with the legs off when they're not yet at the pulling up/standing stage.
Bonnie E.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

106 of 108 people found the following review helpful By D. Seward on December 11, 2013
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Puppy and Friends are the giddiest asylum members I've ever met. The sheer goofy jubilation that emanates from this toy borders on the bizarre.

Most of the modes play a song or phrase when a button is pressed - my daughter does not have the patience to listen to any of these things all the way through. Instead, she manically works all of the buttons, flaps and levers as frenetically as possible. Every button press triggers a new song, phrase, shout, or wacky noise. I'd say the experience of watching my daughter play with this toy is roughly equivalent to being assaulted by a mob of invisible clowns with a counting fetish. If you're a 10 month old baby apparently this is marginally less addictive than opiates, because my daughter will not stop using this thing. I bought it because I knew she liked pressing buttons that made things happen, while standing up. Did I know what madness I would unleash? I did not. As I type this review, she is mashing a button and cackling like a miniature witch pulling apart toads for stew.

On the bright side, the batteries that came with the table have lasted for many hours and are still going strong. It is the perfect height for her to stand on. It's a bit slippery on the wood floor, but perfectly stable, so she is getting practice skooching around with her circus walker.

There are three volume settings, but the lowest volume echoes through our apartment like someone's using a megaphone. I turned it up once to see what would happen, and my daughter's thin eyebrows were blown off by the shockwave of sound.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A. John VINE VOICE on July 27, 2013
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This is rated 4 1/2 out of 5. My friend used this with her two daughters and wrote the review since she got to experience it first hand.

My daughter is 5 months old and fell in LOVE with this table the moment I took it out of the box. This was the first real "toy" that she has been able to play with and I am super happy that it worked well with her.

Even my 4 year old plays with this table! For some reason she is mesmerized by it! She has played with it for HOURS without a single sign of boredom! That is saying something! I am very happy with the fact that this seems to be a toy that my girls can play with together. There aren't a lot of products that encourage them to do that at this age. This table is big enough and has enough interactive options that it can keep both of them happy and engaged for long periods of time.
I like that if they don't play with it for a few minutes (probably more like 30 seconds) it will say something like, "Hello, are you there?" or "Let's play!" this really pulls my girls in. Especially the 4 year old! She was fussing at the table the other day because the phone kept ringing. She said that her friends wanted to talk way too often and she was just too busy typing on the computer. Hehe

It has a ton of things to keep her entertained from interactive parts, to a variety of sound options. It can even speak Spanish to her!
Her favorite part seems to be the book and ball at the moment. (They are the easiest for her to manipulate) She just can't stop giggling anytime she rolls the ball or turns a page which makes things light up and noises happen.

As a mom, I love the fact that it has different settings. This will make it so that she can enjoy it for a longer period of time.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on August 14, 2013
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Length: 4:34 Mins
Aside from a small programming flaw, this toy is near perfection. Tons of great options, learning potential, and everything else necessary.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Roberto on August 2, 2013
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Fisher-Price Puppy and Pals Learning Table is rated from 6 - 36 months but be very careful about using the legs with a child that is not totally capable and stable when walking / standing. If the child tries to pull themselves up using the the table it will flip over; not possibly flip but will flip. The legs are very flimsy if any weight is applied from the side it will give out and the table will flip.

Other than being dangerous if used wrong the Fisher-Price Puppy and Pals Learning Table is decent. There are a lot of song varieties and learning choices. There is no volume which is surprising and disappointing. Setup is very easy and it even comes with batteries. Although my son enjoys it (without the legs) I do not think it is worth the price they are charging. If you can get for less than $30 I would go for it, otherwise I would save my money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By __ on December 27, 2013
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Twice now, having it only 2 days, it has fallen over on my baby who stands up holding onto it. Very unsafe and dissatisfied.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By HB on September 19, 2013
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I love this toy! My 9 month old daughter loves it as well! My ONLY complaint...and it's a silly one, is that there is no zero on the phone keypad. Therefore, I cannot begin to teach my kids our telephone number (I'm all about learning and playing at the same time). No biggie though! It's still a huge hit in our house!

I saw one complaint that there is no volume. That is untrue. The volume is underneath the table (whereas the other controls are on top of the table. This is also an amazing product because there are so many different songs. Not the same ole same ole songs that some toys have that can drive you crazy!

As for the "tipping over" worries, it sure would take a lot for this to tip over when a child is pulling themselves up. Not to mention that you're supposed to "supervise" your children while playing.

Love love love!
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