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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Shop and Learn Walker


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  • Walker features a wide steady wheel base and a comfortable grip handle for baby
  • When baby walks music and lights encourage him to continue and sing along to ABCs and other learning songs
  • There are four grocery items to shape and short as well as three additional grocery items
  • The car recognizes which item baby has shape sorted, rewards him by saying the color and shape of the item along with activating dancing lights
  • Teaches colors, shapes counting, letters A-Z, opposites, textures and objects
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 6.8 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds
  • 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: B0015KSPDS
  • Item model number: M9973
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,877 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Let’s go shopping! Baby can load up on learning fun while practicing walking skills. When baby reaches in the basket, it magically responds. Music, lights, sing-along songs and lots of fun phrases reward different activities - like sorting shapes, adding items to the cart, flipping pages on the shopping list, or just cruising up and down the "aisles"! Requires 3 AA batteries.

Product Description

Let's go shopping! Baby can load up on learning fun while practicing walking skills. Music, lights, sing-along songs and lots of fun phrases reward different activities like sorting shapes, adding items to the cart, flipping pages on the shopping list, or just cruising up and down the "aisles!"

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My 14 month old granddaughter love it.
Judith Thompson
So I don't think it's that great for a pre-walker, but for a new walker it's awesome!!
Susan Alexander
It is a very stable walking toy and he loves to push it around the house.
lilmama

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By E. M. Compton on April 8, 2009
We purchased the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Shop and Learn Walker for our son for Christmas, when he was almost 9 months old. At this point he wasn't even crawling on his tummy yet. He wasn't able to lean on the cart yet but he did love to play with the toys that go in the cart. They were a perfect size for him to hold with one hand and he really liked to shake them.

Around the time he started pulling himself up onto things, at about 10 months he started to pull himself up onto the cart. We keep the cart in his room, which is carpeted so it doesn't roll too fast. The first few times he tried to pull himself up on the cart, it fell over. But it is very light and didn't hurt him at all, just startled him a bit. After a few weeks he was able to pull himself up on the cart while keeping it steady. It taught him some awesome body coordination skills. He enjoyed pulling himself up on the cart and picking the toys out of it and throwing them on the floor.

Around 11 months he started being able to push the cart across the room while walking. He was not walking or standing independently at this point. The cart has been great for teaching in and out opposites as we tell him to put toys in the cart and then take them out again. It is his very favorite toy.

The change of modes is nice but my son tends to prefer the "It's learning time!" mode, and gets annoyed when we change it to one of the other modes. The volume control is great, we try to keep it on the lowest setting for our own sanity and our son hasn't figured out how to flip those switches yet.

This is a really great toy and I do recommend it but with a disclaimer to keep it on the carpet until your child is a confident walker because carpet helps to keep it stable and slow it down.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Franzen on August 7, 2009
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I bought this for my daughter when she was 7 months old because she started pulling up on furniture and cruising around our home. Within the day that it arrived, she learned how to pull herself up and walk behind it. It only tipped on her once before she got the hang of it and now she loves "shopping" around our living room. I love this toy! She is nine months old now and still loves playing with it. It comes with 4 food toys that fit into shaped spots that teach about shapes and colors and 3 extra food toys to go into the cart. I love the three different settings- shopping, learning, and music- and my husband and I both agree that this is one of the best "noisy" toys we have. It isn't annoying because it's not as predictable as most baby toys; there is no set pattern to the noises and songs that play. I would recommend this toy for any child that is pulling up and cruising. And for any family that would like to enjoy seeing a look of terror in their cat's eyes as the baby chases them :)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Taing on April 7, 2009
We got this for my little girl when she was 13 months and could already walk. I thought she and my 4 year old would enjoy using this as a cart for their kitchen and have fun playing with it. It has had very little use. I think as a shopping cart it's wheels and design are bulky. They like the music and songs. And . . . at 16 months the only thing she wants to do is climb up and sit in it! Good thing is this thing IS very sturdy and will NOT TIP easily. I have read other reviews and moms testify this is the best walker they've used. I think if you want it as a walker you should get it. It is very sfe for them to pull-up on. but if you're looking for a shopping cart toy - find something else! : ) hope this helps.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Turner on January 4, 2010
Length: 1:26 Mins
This walker is the best one out there that we've found. Our son had previously owned two others, but after he actually started standing, we found they were useless-- didn't roll on carpet, pace was ridiculously fast for a beginner, or they tipped over when he used it for standing support. This product is an excellent value and far more useful than the more expensive walkers we have owned. Highly recommended, excellent quality and value.

Only cons: doesn't turn easily and the shapes are easily misplaced/lost-- but that can be said of any children's toy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Karen Abraham on June 2, 2010
A relative just got this "walker" for my son. We were tired of having him use his umbrella stroller (which is thankfully fairly stable) as a walker! The toy is very cute and looks like it would be fairly stable, with the wide-set wheels. However, it's far too easy for my son (10 months, a very good cruiser who can easily stand with only one hand on things) to tip it over. Plus, the wheels have absolutely no traction whatsoever. There might as well be sliders on the bottom of the cart instead of "wheels" that don't work on our floor, and barely work on a carpeted surface. There are some cute bells and whistles on the cart, which is nice. However, the main reason we got this was so he could walk with it. Since he's already fallen backward a couple of times with it since we got it a couple of days ago, he seems a little apprehensive to pull himself up on it and walk with it, which is a big disappointment. I hope this changes, but time will have to tell. For a next version of this toy, they really must make it more stable and with wheels that grip at least a little bit so they actually function as wheels.
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