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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Letters Mailbox

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  • Teaches letters, numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and more!
  • Includes three letters and a package for slotting.
  • Hear the friendly mailbox characters.
  • Slide the address roller to learn all about numbers.
  • Lift the mail flag to learn about opposites through music and phrases.
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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 9.8 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 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: B001IEWX2A
  • Item model number: N8770
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,479 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

This mailbox is ready to deliver loads of learning fun, with adorable characters, rich music and sing-along songs, and lots of busy activities for baby. Three colorful letters to mail plus 26 letters to learn! There's also a parcel to shake and rattle, and plenty of bat-at, spinning, peek-a-boo, put-and-take play. Includes 3 AA batteries.

Product Description

You’ve got mail, baby! And loads of learning fun, with adorable characters, rich music and sing-along songs, and lots of busy activities delivered by the Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Mailbox. Over 20 sing-along songs, tunes, and phrases teach baby numbers, counting, opposites, greetings and more. A parcel to shake and rattle, 3 letters to mail, and plenty of bat-at, spinning, peek-a-boo, put-and-take play keep baby entertained. Age: 6-36 mos.

Red Flag

Lift the mail flag to learn about opposites through music and phrases
Butterfly button

Adorable characters, rich music and sing-along songs
What does it do?
One glance at the Fisher-Price®Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Mailbox and you’ll wish your ‘big kids’ mailbox looked this way, too. With a smiling face on the yellow door, a happy red bird on top and a colorful spinning snail on the base, the Learning Letters Mailbox packs smiles and lessons on to every curve and crevice. The grinning red flag on the side of the mailbox is another highlight, teaching baby about opposites through music and clever phrases. And with more than 20 sing-along songs, tunes and phrases, baby will love giggling and learning, all at the same time. There’s even a parcel to shake and rattle, three letters to mail, and plenty of busy activities that will keep baby entertained for hours!

How does it help my child develop?
The learning starts as soon as you open and close the mail door, as musical rewards will sing from the Learning Letters Mailbox each time you do. But imagination and creativity aren’t the only playtime perks with the Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Mailbox. Designed for children between 6 and 36 months, baby will also get an early grasp on role play techniques while improving fine motor skills by sliding letters into the mail slot. But that’s not all! Colors, first words, counting and learning the alphabet are among the learning rewards, too. And at just 9" L x 8" W x 13" H, it won’t take up nearly the space that your ‘big-kid’ mailbox does.

Smiling, Learning, Laughing
The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Mailbox has a special delivery with baby’s name on it! Open it up to overflowing fun and learning activities—and no unwanted bills. With adorable characters, sing-along songs and bright, captivating colors, learning is baby’s delight. So go ahead and open up the mailbox. There’s a wondrous world of activities and learning inside!

What's In The Box?
Learning Letters Mailbox, instruction manual, and 3 AA (R6) 1,5V batteries.

Mom and baby

Teaches letters, numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and more


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My daughter is 10 months old and loves this toy!
S. Shaw
We ALL love this toy because it is fun for the little one and it keeps her very entertained.
B. J. Hoover
He loves to open and close the mailbox and put his "letters" in the mailbox.
Stine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jerusha VINE VOICE on January 21, 2011
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This was a gift to my son... Honestly, he got it because he was cheap and it was one of the few toys that is geared for 6 month olds that is something different than the same old thing. The idea of a mailbox toy just didn't seem appealing to me. So of course, it's one his absolute favorite toys.

The concept is simple enough, it's a mailbox. The front opens, it has a slot on the top to drop letters into (3 plastic "envelopes" and a "package"), the back is open, and there are little fun, interactive decorative features... A snail with a ball for a shell that spins, there's a roller on the side with numbers on it that triggers songs, a push button butterfly in the grass, a flag on the side of the mailbox which also triggers songs, and a red bird that bounces on a spring which also triggers noises and songs. Of course the mailbox door opens and closes too to another series of songs and sounds. There are two modes, a musical mode and a learning mode. I personally do not find the voice of the mailbox to be annoying as some others have found it to be, but I will admit I can tune this stuff out pretty easily. The musical mode makes me a little nuts, so I generally just leave it on learning mode.

I love the overall interactivity of the mailbox. With so many trigger points my 7 month old son (though he's played with it since he was 4-5 months old) gets really engaged and will play with it for awhile. He is too young to insert the envelopes into the slot on the top, but he a lot of fine motor skill building by constantly picking them up and he loves putting them in his mouth. He has just figured out that the package rattles, though he still really prefers to goof around with the letters.
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54 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Urban Wifey on February 11, 2009
It's a little 'perky' for me. My son (12 months) enjoys playing with it a lot. We are both very frustrated by the fact that the back of the mailbox is completely open. When he puts letters in the top slot with the door closed 50% of the time the mail falls out the back! When he goes to open it the letters are not inside so he's not learning proper cause and effect. At first I thought there was a part missing!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By RIRY on October 18, 2009
I got this toy to go with his FP Farm house (everyone needs a mailbox). We got this more for the aesthetics to complete his farmhouse and didn't think this would be educational or fun. SO WRONG.

What baby likes: the letters - they're tasty I guess....he giggles when he eats them. Opening and closing the door is also exciting. He can't stop. He hasn't figured out that the flag goes up and down, but when he does, I'm sure he'll go to town with it.

What I like about it: keeps my kid entertained. It's not a one hit wonder either. He takes his "mail" with him and then will come back to his mailbox to open and close the box. The music is very standard FP stuff, so he's familiar with it. The little birdie was the same as a few of his other Laugh and Learn toys so that's nice (same with a few other features/voices/sound effects).

It goes well with his farm house, he loves the toy.

Anything I don't like - there isn't a back to the box - so it's not really a "box". He could go in the back to get his mail, but he hasn't figured that out yet, and still opens the door.

What i like about FP toys in general - they're super durable. We've got a rough kid plus 2 dogs that trample over his things. Plus we play with them too. We haven't had issues with anything. Also the FP customer service is amazing. When we did have a piece break, they gave us a certificate towards another replacement toy. NICE! If we had questions, we could always find info on their website or call customer service. Their toys are always multidimensional and have a vast variety in music, education and activity. I like getting my money's worth and I generally do with FP.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Ripley on December 19, 2010
My 12 month-old daughter really seems to love this toy but it really frustrates me that there is no back on this toy! The letters just slip right out the back when you put them in the top. I just don't understand why Fisher Price didn't put a back on this toy.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MandySue on May 7, 2011
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Our 18 month old son loves this toy- opening and closing the door, putting the packages in and taking them out, making the music and sounds play. At first I didn't like or understand why there is no back panel on the mailbox. This can be a pain because the letters fall out the back when my son sticks them through the mail slot on top. However, I have since come to enjoy the open back, which allows me to "sneak" either my hand or an unexpected object into the mail box and surprise my son when he opens the door. So far it has been quite durable.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. D. Graham on January 16, 2009
I don't usually review a lot of items but this one we are very very happy with(my daughter has so many I would be at computer all the time!) We picked this up as a spur of the moment purchase. She loves it! My daughter is 21 months and doesn't say a lot of words so I liked how it when you open it it says "open" and so forth..I am hoping this will encourage her to say more words! Cute little toy and worth the $$!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By donny on January 20, 2009
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This was a gift for my 9 month old and he loves it! He can't stop playing with it and is determined to get the letters to fit through the mail slot. It has so many little activites for him, and it was definitely one of the best gifts we have gotten for him.
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