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234 of 241 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun for more ages than you might think, March 10, 2007
This review is from: LeapFrog Learn & Groove Musical Table (Toy)
I got this toy for 9-month-old twins, but I was suprised to find that two to five-year-olds are also amused by it. I would not buy it specifically for older children, but if your baby has older siblings, this will be a hit with them as well.

It can become a hazard once your child is able to climb. It can become a stepping stool onto higher, dangerous places (like bookshelves and toy cabinets).

Other than that, it is a fantastic toy. There is a variety of music in there, so it is not as annoying for parents as some other electronic toys. It is also very sturdy. Ours has been through some serious abuse (it has even gotten soaked in the rain) and it still works well. Despite all the keys and buttons, it is fairly easy to clean.
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Initial post: Jun 1, 2009 4:25:17 PM PDT
AbACUZ says:
If climbing is a big issue and you still want to use the toy, Remove the legs :)
Awesome little toy ! hope this helps.

AbACUZ

Posted on Oct 7, 2009 9:53:23 AM PDT
O'Malley says:
Thanks for the review - I am starting my Christmas shopping for my soon to be nine month old twins and I don't have a clue what to buy. I am glad this is something that will grow with them as well. And I will remember the suggestion of removing the legs from the comment below.

Posted on Jan 3, 2013 2:12:42 PM PST
Reader 1 says:
does this really help a child just learning to stand? I certaily DO NOT want something that would not support my baby who is learning to stand.
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