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Sesame Street Pound 'n Play Cookie Factory

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  • This Cookie Monster themed ball pounder offers classic ball pounding play in a fun and unique format.
  • Balls pop out one and rolls to the other
  • Cute Sesame Street characters
  • Recommended 12 Months and up

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This Cookie Monster themed ball pounder offers classic ball pounding play in a fun and unique format.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000HAZNB4
  • Item model number: 16971
  • Our recommended age: 1 - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #861,308 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SK on June 20, 2007
My one year old loves seeing the balls move and these are her favorite balls too. I have my daughter push the balls with her hand and don't give her the hammer to be on the safe side. Well painted high-quality wooden toy. She loves the Elmo painted on the wood and recognizes it from her stuffed Elmo toy. Great buy!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. H. on January 15, 2007
My nephew is a little over 1 year and he absolutly loved this toy. It seems like it would be pretty stupid, but for some reason the balls popping out of one end and rolling to the other really captivated them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marge on January 26, 2008
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My daughter really loved this toy but when all the problems came out about lead in toys - especially sesame street toys I emailed the toy maker in concern asking if this toy was safe from lead - but they ignore my request and still have not replied back to me after months.
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Amazon calls this toy appropriate for a child of 12 months, probably savvy to the average consumer's belief that his child or grandchild is certainly exceptional. Well, the box says 18 months, and even that's pushing things a bit. No doubt Francesco Cafiso (the saxophone prodigy who was playing like Charlie Parker on international jazz stages at the age of 12) could pull it off, but it's not a no-brainer.

First of all, there are 6 balls that have to be kept track of. Fewer than 5 won't keep the ball-replacement principle in action. Moreover, the balls are not contained by any track or groove--they have a tendency to bounce off the assembly line and to be chased down by the cat, who doesn't always feel obliged to return them. (Hence, the stingy 4 stars for durability.) Secondly, it requires a well-placed tap to a round object to effect the desired response: the replacement of one ball by another. 3rdly, it requires knowing left from right, or understanding the difference between input and output--not by necessity but by reason or intuition. 4thly, it requires color discernment to be able to appreciate the miraculous replacement of a lime ball by a magenta sphere (come to think of it, what 18-month-year-old knows, or needs to know, "magenta"?).

Still, it's a home-spun product (despite the Sesame Street tag) designed and manufactured in a home-spun way (though comparing this thing to a cookie factory is what poets would call a "conceit" if not a stretch). It's fun for the parent/grandparent to play, and it holds the attention of the little one for a good 10 minutes. (More, when she participates in the pounding.) By age two, the child should have it mastered, and it's rugged enough that by the time grandpa gets sent to the home, he'll have all he can handle hitting the magenta ball let alone remembering its name.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Dendy on June 12, 2007
This is a fun toy but getting the balls to move to the other side does not require much effort from my 1&2 yr old.
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