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Fisher-Price Stack'n Surprise Blocks Musical Croc Block Wagon brings tots a wagon full of musical building fun. Kids can stack blocks on the crocodile's back for peek-a-boo, pop-up action or enjoy put-and-take play. When the hungry croc gets its meal, kids are musically rewarded. When kids are ready to walk, they can flip out the handle for pull along fun. Kids can bat at the croc's large eyes or discover a squeaky surprise at the tail.
I wanted this toy specifically because the name made me laugh but I didn't want to pay $69 then I found it at a thrift store for $5 with all the pieces and even after we've owned... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Caitlin B
My daughter received this for Christmas, and at the time she was 9 months old. She liked it right away, but I feel like she loves it more and more as she's growing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jennie G. Kautzmann
This toy was given to my daughter for christmas. She was 10 months at the time. This toy is by one of her favorites. Every aspect of this toy keeps her attention. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anson
My Son loved this as soon as he saw it. He still plays with it at 2 1/2. It was a fantastic price and quick shipping.Published 10 months ago by Jennifer R
I bought this at my local Costco for 24.99 for my 7 month old grandson. It's well made and very colorful. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Stephen M. Charme
I'm surprised to see that a toy with such solid ratings has been discontinued, but I guess that explains why I found it for $25 at our local membership-only warehouse in November... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Troubadour'sWife
Very colorful and interesting for Children. My grandson love this toy and play every time. I gave him because the review are very good.Published 16 months ago by Scheilla
I bought this months ago for my infant grandson. Very early he enjoyed opening and closing the mouth. It's great for learning to stack, manipulate and for hand coordination. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tessa