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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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Product Description

Product Description

Pull up a chair to the Fisher Price Learning Table. It has two interactive play modes—learning time (teaches ABC's, 123's and more), and musical fun (you can sing along while learning songs and silly sounds). Unit is like a little tabletop with built-in items you'd see on a regular dinner table. Imported.

From the Manufacturer

The Laugh & Learn Home - Table offers many ways for baby to learn academically and experientially. There are two modes: music and learning. In the first modes, baby will learn ABC's, Numbers with Counting, Colors and first words. In the music mode, the ta

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00023HVKC
  • Item model number: C5522
  • Our recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #571,561 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

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We purchased both a Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Table and a LeapStart Learning Table. The plan was to see which one our daughter (7 months at the time) liked best. We would keep the one she liked best at home and send the other to Grandma and Grandpa's house. Here is how the two compare.

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.
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At just the right height for little ones, this Laugh and Learn table is perfect for tots who have learned to stand up; take the legs off and your baby can enjoy it too. With lots of colorful and cute make believe foods like pizza, a cookie and a fruit bowl, your child can learn A-B-C's, colors, shapes, 123's, along with interesting textures and adorable (non-annoying to adults) music! The flashing lights are not blinding like on some other toys, which is a big plus.

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.
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My son received this toy for his first birthday and he LOVES it. He loves to pull up on it & swish the wheel around to make the music start- then start dancing to it. Too cute! I love the fact that it is educational and the sounds are not super annoying AND that there aren't a million pieces to get lost for it. Hands down it is his favorite toy at a year old. I highly recommend it!
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I bought this for my son when he was about 6 months. We used it then without the legs attached. He loved it. As he learned to pull up on things we attached the legs. They were made different then and it flipped over on him very easily, which scared him. But he liked playing with it so much he kept at it. As I said, the legs are made differently now and it looks much more stable. If you have a little one just learning to pull up, you might try one out in the store to make sure it doesn't flip. Or, you could just leave the legs off until they are more proficient at pulling up. My son is now turning two and he still really likes this toy. I think toys are worth the investment if it will hold their attention for this length of time.
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My daughter is 8 months going on 9 and she absolutely loves this toy! She is very active and likes to get into everything! When we opened up this toy, she played with it for over 30 minutes! She still likes to crawl around the house but then she goes back to the table. I agree with the other reviewers that the legs are short, they could be a bit longer for any growing baby. My daughter especially liked this table over the Leap Frog table because of the lights in the soup bowl. I think there could have been a few more toys on it but overall this is a great toy. My baby doesn't really like toys, she is more into exploring and making messes but this learning table has managed to keep her interest much to my amazement. I highly recommend this toy.
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My son is ten months old and absolutely loves this toy. He was pulling up on all of our furniture when he was 8-9 months old, but our furniture was too high for him and he had a hard time getting back down to a sitting position. He cried a lot, thinking he was "stuck" once he stood up using the sofa or end table. He wasn't fond of falling down to the ground at all. This little table is lower and taught him how to sit down gently without having to crash to the ground. Now he would rather pull on his toy rather than the living room sofa (although he still does that, too!) and the activities on the table keep him busy several times a day. I've noticed him dancing to the music, too. There is a lot for him to explore on this table and he has gotten a lot of use out of it. This is a wonderful transitional toy for babies learning to stand and walk. I know it has really helped my son.
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