Hasbro Playskool Let's Play Together Fill 'N Spill Fish
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- Set of activity fish makes it fun to interact with your baby while teaching her about colors, shapes and having fun!
- Baby will have a whale of a time dropping the baby fish into the mommy fish, then dumping them out and doing it again!
- Open up the mommy fish's mouth, turn it upside down and hide the fish underneath. Can baby find them?
- A circle, square and triangle are disguised as baby fish, each with a unique texture or sound!
- Includes mommy fish, 3 baby fish and play-along tip card
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Top Customer Reviews
The 1 year old does like them, especially the crinkly fish, but her older sister almost never lets her play with them! She has named the blue fish 'Dory', the red fish 'Marlin' and the green fish 'Nemo' and the big fish is "Bruce, the shark". Obviously a Nemo fan, but still it has sparked endless play for her.
These are a great inexpensive toy and extremely durable. And for anyone who is worried about the big fish pinching fingers, then just take it away and let little ones play with the 3 fish. Then when they are older and can open and close without harm then give the big fish to them. My 3 year old has not once pinched her fingers in the past year.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We got this gift for my son and it has had so many uses such as sight and sound. From the beginning, we used the fish for tactile purposes. Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by W. Nelson
I was disappointed in this toy, it is boring! The baby fish don't fit in the big fish's mouth, so I don't know why it's called a fill and spill. Read morePublished on January 21, 2008 by Amy
The toy is cute and seems durable. It is difficult to rate it on educational value and fun, because it was for my grandson and I haven't seen him since Christmas. Read morePublished on January 8, 2008 by Brenda K. Bailey
I thought my daughter would love this toy when she got it for Christmas. Instead it has gotten tossed aside. Even when it was new to her, she paid little attention to it. Read morePublished on October 24, 2007 by Sarah Delaporte