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Fisher Price Laugh and Learn 2-in-1 Learning Kitchen
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- This Fisher-Price kitchen has all the ingredients-with plenty of learning on the menu
- The magic starts when baby crawls through the doorway, triggering music, sing-along songs, dancing lights and fun sounds
- Learning time: Learn the alphabet with music and crawl-through fun, drop balls in kitchen sink for counting
- Music time: Sing along with 21 delightful songs, including classic favorites and fresh originals
- Imagination: Discover the joy of role play in the kitchen, with lots of idea-starting activities and realistic sound effects
- Both sides of the toy kitchen are loaded with activities and playful discoveries for a full course of learning
- Enjoy songs, greetings and fun phrases on radio stations
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Overall, my 10 month old baby really likes to play with this toy, and I am pretty satisfied with it.
When the refrigerator door opens, the toy makes an opening sound. When it closes, the toy makes a closing sound. The sound comes from the stove area, though, so my baby was a little confused.
The sink faucet makes a noise when the handle is lifted up and pushed down. The stove also makes a noise when you put the pan on top of the stove. The button that causes the stove to makes a noise is positioned near the edge of the stove, so my baby often accidentally presses the button when she is pulling up. At first, I thought her fingers were sizzling.
There are two balls for the baby to drop into the sink. The balls are a good size. My baby can easily get her hand around one.
There are three different music modes: a learning mode, music mode, and play mode. And there are two volume settings. The songs are happy and teach opposites, ABC, counting and encourage the baby to crawl through the arch and open the refrigerator.
My baby actually knew how to use the light switches in our house before she got this toy. She has not shown any interest in the over-sized light switch in the kitchen. I am not sure she has made the connection between the smaller light switches on the wall in our house and this toy one. I can see how the toy light switch can be useful for teaching, though.
Often, my baby grabs onto the handle at the top of the arch for support to help her stand. The kitchen has not flipped over, though.
There is not that much for babies to do on the house side of this toy. My baby spends the great majority of her time on the kitchen side.
Finally, this toy took about 30 minutes to assemble. There were many screws that needed to be screwed in.
Don't expect the fridge to be deep, it has veggies pictures inside.
Also, it's pretty wide but easy to carry from one place to another one.
It's also easy to mount.
Summary: With all the functionalities that it embeds, it seems to me as a very good deal, very entertaining and ideal for babies 6 months up to 3 years old.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute toy. But it's very short so they're already too tall for it less than6 months after I bought it. It's a fun little kitchen. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kimberly Elizabeth
This is a great toy! Both of my girls got tons of play out of this.Published 18 months ago by Mommy to 2 silly monkeys
Got this toy second hand at a garage sale and my 15 month old loves it. We had balls and shape blocks to replace the missing ones but all in all my baby loves this toy! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kelley Snyder
We bought this as a Christmas present for our daughter when she was 10 months old. It is a great quality and steady enough for her to pull up on without it tipping over. Read morePublished on May 16, 2011 by ACPMom
I have been looking for something to encourage pulling up for my 10 month old. I was surprised to see such a limited selection of toys for this stage since it seems like such a BIG... Read morePublished on March 15, 2011 by Mommy of 2
After reading good reviews for this toy Santa brought this to our 10 month old. She never played with it. Read morePublished on October 25, 2010 by K. Trzeciak
Fisher Price didn't dissappoint again! My 2yr old enjoyed it and now it has been passed on to his twin cousins who adore it. So cute and useful!Published on August 23, 2010 by niaseg
We have gotten a ton of use out of this kitchen. My kids both love it and still play with it at ages 2 1/2 and 4 1/2.Published on August 21, 2010 by AF
This is the only toy that my daughter plays with again & again.
There are lots of things for her to open/ close take on/ off. Read more