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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen


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  • Laugh and Learn Learning Kitchen is filled with learning and fun for baby in both English and Spanish
  • There are 4 modes of play: Learning, Learning in Spanish, Music and Imagination
  • Open the refrigerator door to see the light come on, learn about opposites, or hear a sung song
  • Inside the fridge, there's yummy food and shape sorting fun
  • Lots of activities to keep your toddler busy!
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Product Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
User Manual [858kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 11.8 x 12.8 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.1 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: B00388C3C4
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: T4272
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,965 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (393 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen

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Cook up some learning fun with busy activities inside and out, front and back. Open and close the refrigerator, flip the light switch, stir the soup, check to see what's cooking in the oven … all while enjoying music, sounds, light-up fun, four modes of play, and more than 20 sing-along songs and musical activities! There's even an introduction to Spanish. Volume control for quiet play. Requires 3 AA batteries. Helps baby learn through everyday experiences! Promotes understanding of objects, numbers, letters, colors and shapes, Teaches in English and Spanish, Expands vocabulary with new words and greetings, Fosters thinking skills and encourages problem-solving with numerous action/reaction activities, Reinforces learning concepts through delightful music, sounds and songs. Teaches: Letters, A-Z, Numbers and Counting, Spanish Words, Shapes, Colors, Opposites, Greetings, Manners and more!

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Learning Kitchen

Ages: 6 to 36 months
Requires: Three AA batteries (included)


What We Think

Fun factor: 5 starts
Durability: 4 starts
Ease of assembly: 5 starts
Educational factor: 5 starts
Novelty factor: 4 starts

The Good: An interactive and educational toy for curious toddlers and older infants

The Challenging: Case-like design may shut easily during play

In a Nutshell: Instructive, fun, and versatile

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Learning Kitchen

The Laugh & Learn Kitchen will keep your child captivated with sounds, switches, and music. View larger.
Learning Kitchen

The kitchen comes with plastic pots, pans, toy food, and other accessories. View larger.

A Fun, Interactive Kitchen
This interactive toy kitchen needs minimal set up once you unpack it from the box. Three AA batteries are included with purchase.

The toy has a case-like design that incorporates features on the outside and inside. One side of the exterior features a refrigerator door with a handle and slots for inserting food shapes like a carton of milk, a bunch of carrots, and a jar of apple sauce. These plastic toys slide into a storage compartment that your child can access inside the refrigerator. Around the corner, an interactive kitchen boasts plenty of buttons that emit familiar cartoon sound effects.

Your child will be fascinated by the sounds of sizzling on the stove or running water from the faucet. An oversized switch clicks on a kitchen light, and a track ball on the toy clock makes a tick-tock noise when moved. Opening the fridge reveals the storage compartment, which holds the plastic food and utensils, and an interactive book that makes fruits and vegetables fun and appealing.

Cook Up Learning and Play
The Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Learning Kitchen provides a way for your child to learn through interactive play. He can begin to build a vocabulary of words and greetings in English and Spanish, and learn to recognize shapes, sizes, colors, numbers, and letters. The toy also emphasizes manners, healthy eating, hygiene, and opposites such as on or off.

This toy promotes problem-solving skills and allows you to be part of the process. As your child presses buttons, opens the fridge, and flips switches, you can help him make connections that will facilitate learning and reinforce knowledge. With more than 20 catchy songs and musical activities, this toy packs plenty of entertaining features that your child will love.

The case-like design of this toy kitchen opens and shuts easily, but rest assured, the smooth plastic is safe and won't be much of a surprise if it closes during play. The plastic hinge won't catch on your child's skin or little fingers. You'll wish your kitchen was this easy to tidy and clean.

Volume Control
This toy has two sound settings for those moments when you need to take it down a notch. You can also opt to turn off the interactive modes for silent play.

What's in the Box
Plastic toy kitchen with three AA batteries, three food shapes, two plastic utensils, and an instructional booklet.


Customer Reviews

My 10 month old daughter absolutely LOVES her kitchen.
Jenifer Wheeler
I love the shape sorter in the door of the fridge and my son loves to put the pieces in and then open the oven to find them!
Tess Cordevant
She learns in English and Spanish, it plays music AND makes kitchen sounds!There are so many ways for her to play with it!
Jennifer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

126 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Marie on October 11, 2010
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This is one of my son's Fisher-Price toys that he actually plays with. He is 17 months and is not interested in things that just make noise and flash lights anymore. With this toy he practices putting the shapes through the holes, turning on and off the light, putting the food on the shelf in the fridge, and putting the pan on the stove, in the oven, and in the sink. We also ask him questions and talk to him about the toy so he learns various foods and kitchen items. All toys are more fun for kids when you interact with them!

With four settings, I don't get as tired of listening to this toy as I do others - each setting has different phrases and music that keep it interesting for the child and adult. I don't think he'll play with it for too much longer, but we will probably get it out again as soon as our next child can sit up.

After reading other reviews, I also wanted to say that our son has never pinched his fingers in the door and spends a good amount of time opening, closing, and moving the kitchen around. He used to pinch his fingers all the time in our real kitchen cabinets, so maybe this is a live and learn thing.

The only thing I would change is a way to keep it closed and a handle so it could be moved around with the pieces inside.

UPDATE: My son continued to play - A LOT - with this toy until he was 26 months old and we bought him a Kidkraft wooden kitchen. Even then he still played with this for a few weeks until I finally put it away. Granted, he is very into kitchen/cooking type activities, but I really think you can't go wrong with this toy from about 6 months and on, for boys or girls! We spent many hours playing with this together.
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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By missbonedoc on December 20, 2011
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I was hesitant to buy this toy after reading reviews about babies' fingers getting smashed. I'm a hand surgeon, so the whole smashing fingers thing goes against most of my principles! However, the kitchen looked so fun that I thought I'd give it a shot, and return it if the risk was real. I closely supervised my 8 month old for a few weeks - she totally loved all the songs and sound effects, but never got fingers caught anywhere. Though, her favorite thing to do is swipe down all the "groceries" (comes with milk, carrots, and ketchup) that I stack on the shelf of the fridge door.

I tried to close my own fingers in the door, and really couldn't figure out how this could smash fingers. I compared the toy we received to the one in the manufacturer pics ... the door has been redesigned since those pics were taken (I'm assuming in response to the finger-smashing thing). You can see the difference in multiple pictures, but especially the 4th one from the left on the Amazon site that's kind of an oblique view with the door closed. The white part of our door is cut so that there's a 2 inch segment that can actually touch the blue base, but the remainder of the door has a space so that fingers can't get caught.

Reviewers also commented that their kids knocked the kitchen over. My little girl did that a few times at first when she didn't know how to swing to door of the fridge open on the hinge. Once she figured it out, it didn't topple except when she pushed it over on purpose - we can tell by her giggles and proud face. I only gave 4 stars because the "range" on the first kitchen we got didn't play music when you pressed it.
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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By mrsrcciii on June 26, 2010
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This toy REALLY held my 10 month olds interest, she loves it BUT she has smashed her fingers twice in less than a week! It opens and closes too easily, the fridge door is too light compared to the sink side and when slightly moved one side always falls shut on the other. Since she likes to move it around her little hands keep getting caught. All babies are curious and cannot be expected to leave a toy sitting where you leave it. Since she is so entertained with it we took the center hinge out so that she can still play with the two separate parts.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Thomas on November 17, 2010
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I agree completely with the other person who had the title "Not well built." It is advertised for babies as young as 6 months. My baby is 9-months old and is fascinated with this little toy. However, it is not very stable and can easily be pulled forward to hit little faces. There is a door that can catch little fingers. He was so excited about it, it broke my heart when the he pulled on it and the stupid thing hit him in the mouth. My solution was to open up the toy and bind it tightly to the playpen. This has prevented it from falling forward and the door closing on my babies fingers.

I have never given a bad review, but I really believe that Fisher Price toys should be better than this -- or perhaps raise the recommended age.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By SAHMNYC on September 13, 2011
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I read on the saftey issues other people had and adjusted the toy:

Put the hard side of velcro on the bottom of the toy so it will "cacth" on carpet. This will hold the toy in place and it wont topple over as easily. If you have hard wood, simply apply the soft side of the velcro to where your child plays with the toy (its just tape and will come off when cleaned). As for the pinching finger, if you have the toy on foam flooring, it makes it not so easy to close the fridge door.. child hasnt pinched fingers for the months she has played with it.
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