The Fun With Friends Musical Table has over 50 songs, tunes, and musical activities, along with four corners full of learning fun. For babies and toddlers aged 6-36 months, each corner of the table has an interactive, light-up character inviting baby to explore all around the table. Baby can learn letters, numbers, counting, first words, colors, shapes, opposites, animals, and much more — in English and Spanish, with four different modes to choose from. Baby will enjoy lots of activities, lots of songs, and even bilingual learning in an age-appropriate way.
The Fun With Friends Musical Table includes four toys in one: a laptop full of music and phrases lets baby discover the alphabet, shapes and more; a piano helps baby learn colors and music; a counting phone teaches numbers and even has a removable receiver for role-play fun; and there’s also a Book with pages to flip, which introduces words, animals, and the concept of stories. Best of all, the Fun With Friends Musical Table grows with your baby. Younger babies can sit and play with busy activities using just the tabletop. Legs easily snap on so toddlers can cruise around and learn. There are four different modes to enjoy: Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual Play, which introduce letters, numbers, and learning concepts in Spanish.
Rhythm, rhyme, and music are great ways to help babies learn. The songs and activities waiting to be discovered help introduce baby to sing-along learning, role play, and using their imagination. Four friendly light-up characters interact both with baby and with each other, encouraging baby to stand and cruise, and enhancing gross motor development. There are lots of colorful keys to press, which build baby’s fine motor skills and rewards curiosity. Each delightful discovery helps promote baby’s thinking and problem-solving skills by teaching action and reaction. The songs and stories also develop language skills by encouraging words and introducing the concept of storytelling. You can 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.”