Fisher Price - Laugh & Learn Learning Table
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- The main feature is a bowl of alphabet soup that baby can stir up with a spoon to activate lights, sounds, fun phrases and the alphabet song
- There are cookies for counting, a fruit bowl for colors and textures
- It plays 21 tunes with 3 sung learning songs, 12 sounds effects and 3 fun phrases along with baby's first words
- Part of Laugh & Learn Collection
- Age Range 6 to 36 Months
- Includes a pizza for shapes, a sippy cup with pop-up action, a peek-a-napkin and fun sounds shakers
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1. The Fisher Price table is shorter than the LeapStart table and baby seems to be able to pull up on it at a younger age. Baby can also sit at the Fisher Price table easier because it is lower.
2. Both have stable legs and do not tip over when baby leans up against them or pushes on them. Both have legs that can be removed for floor play when baby can not stand. (We never used it this way because our daughter was early to stand.)
3. Both have a learning mode with ABC song and counting to 10 song and a musical mode.
4. In the musical mode the Laugh and Learn table plays tunes to familiar children's songs. It has a traditional feel to the music. The LeapStart table has music based on the different instruments on the table such as a banjo tune, a sax sound, etc. and it has a jazzier feel to the music.
5. The Laugh and Learn table has a food theme and looks like a set table. In the learning mode concepts such as color, shapes, texture, manners, shapes, open/shut, empty/full, peek-a-boo, and naming of common items such as apple, blueberries, banana, juice, etc. The LeapStart table has a musical theme with instruments such as a piano, maracas, sax, violin, and banjo. In the learning mode concepts include colors, shapes, high, low, on, off, hello, goodbye, etc.
6. On the Laugh and Learn table the parent has to change the mode.Read more ›
We received this as a gift when our daughter was two and she and her little sister have gotten hours of enjoyment from it. A good investment, though I think the price could come down just a bit to be completely worth it.
The two level volume control comes in handy too. The floating alphabet soup is just adorable, and your little one can pretend they're eating with the red smiley face spoon, just keep an eye on that piece since it tends to fall off easily and disappear.
Recommended for 6 months to three years, but I think best age to really learn and appreciate the toy is between 18-30 months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My little one had hours of playtime with this. He loved it and having this by his side, helped him to learn to stand on his feet on his very own + when he took his first... Read morePublished 16 months ago by CanyonL8y
Great entertainment for baby and parents! I got it used from a friend and it has already seen two other babies. Read morePublished 17 months ago by R. Papazian
It is very funny, my baby loves it very much. He likes touch and play the bowel in the center.Published on November 6, 2012 by Maggie
My little guy is 9 months old and has been playing with this table since he could sit upright. He loves every inch of this table! Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by scarzilla
It teaches words, sound and music. I highly recommended. The table is not as high as I expected. My daughter is 13 months old and she has to kneel to play with the table.Published on April 16, 2010 by Happy Mom
My daughter received this toy as a Christmas gift when she was almost a year old. She loves it. I know the cost seems a bit high, but as far as she is concerned, it takes the place... Read morePublished on January 8, 2010 by S. LeDoux
Great toy, we are just about to buy it, my friend has one, and my 11mth old always makes a beeline for it, she grooves to it, and plays with all the stations. Read morePublished on November 1, 2009 by Mrs. Smith
My mom bought this for my son in Christmas of 05, when he was six months old. First we used it without the legs and he loved it. Read morePublished on April 12, 2009 by V. Smith
Obviously, do not pay $200 for this table, but if you can find it for the $20-30 mark, it is a terrific toy. Read morePublished on November 30, 2008 by Diana