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Fisher Price Jumperoo Discover and Grow Activity Center
- Jumperoo's comfortable 360 degree rotating seat provides a safe place for baby to play
- Moving, spinning and jumping in a baby jumper enhances large motor skills
- Removable soft goods toys are machine washable
- Baby's jumping is rewarded with lights, sounds and music
- Peace of mind safe jumping fun for baby
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From the Manufacturer
There’s so much for baby to discover on this jumperoo – music, lights and exciting sounds reward baby with every jump.
Bouncing, Musical, Light-Up Fun
There’s so much to discover: a monkey to bat at, a roller ball, teether, a spinning penguin, froggy teether, mirror, a piano to play, and more. And of course, music, sounds and lights reward baby’s jumps! A sturdy, free-standing steel frame lets baby jump safely—no doorways required. Soft spring covers keep little fingers safe. As baby grows, the jumperoo adjusts to 3 different heights for extended use. Machine washable and dryer safe. Legs fold for easy storage.
Discoveries Through Play
More play leads to more learning – and so does jumping around. As baby moves and jumps, gross motor skills are strengthened. Exploring busy activities introduces baby to cause and effect – learning how to make things happen. And colorful toys, fun sounds and music all enhance baby’s developing senses.
Help Your Baby Learn More
Start by demonstrating some of the toy's specific features, showing baby how to start the action, lights, or music. Then, let baby try. As you play, continue to encourage your baby to bat-at a toy or bouncer a little faster. Baby will be rewarded with a fun surprise, encouraging play over and over again.
Weight / Height Recommendations
Maximum weight is 25 pounds.
Maximum height is 32 inches.
Batteries and Assembly
Requires 3 AA (LR6 Alkaline) 1.5V batteries, not included.
Adult assembly required. No tools needed.
Fisher-Price Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo
- Seat spins 360° so baby can discover toys all around
- Sturdy, free-standing steel frame lets baby jump safely—no doorways required
- Easily adjusts to 3 different heights as baby grows
- Soft spring covers keep little fingers safe
- Seat pad is machine washable and dryer safe
- Legs fold for storage
What's in the Box
One Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo.
Top Customer Reviews
1 - The seat is deeper and does a much better job of supporting him. He has had amazing head control since birth, but in some of the other jumperoos with shallower seats, his body flopped around in them more and I didn't feel like I'd be able to walk more than 2 feet away in case he would fall over and hit his head. We saw support pillows being sold in the stores to address that problem, but why buy something else if you don't have to? The seat on this FP jumperoo is perfect for support and seems to be very comfortable for him--he'll spend up to an hour in it just playing and bouncing away.
2 - This jumperoo is much more responsive to movement and is a lot "bouncier" than some of the others we saw. In fact, the jumperoos at our son's day care aren't nearly as springy, and he's very blah about them at day care. But when he's home and gets in this one, he immediately lights up and is all smiles. The bounciness would be something to consider, though, if your baby doesn't have great head and body control yet--I could see how it might be too much for some babies, especially if they aren't all about being on the move all the time. For ours, though, this one is perfect.
3 - The toys and bright colors immediately caught his attention at the store and at home they continue to keep him interested. He loves gazing at the light-up keyboard, playing with the monkey and penguin, grabbing the rings, trying to grab the bee and bird, etc.Read more ›
This model is actually the second Fisher-Price jumperoo I've purchased. First came the Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo, the original model introduced several years ago, the one with vertical supporting poles and a circular base. My grandson loved it and then so did his mother, my daughter. Thus it ended up in their home and a replacement for Grandma's House was in order. As my wife didn't want exactly the same model, I next purchased this one for roughly the same price. We are very pleased with both.
So what are the differences? In the original, the Rainforest Jumperoo, the vertical supports are more rigid. This one, the Rainforest Friends, has a smaller, more triangular base, with curved supporting poles. This design is more flexible, with all the pieces moving together. Its looser configuration allows the seat to move somewhat back and forth as well as up and down, a smoother, less jerky movement. This one has a green hard plastic palm frond for dangling the teether/toy as opposed to a felt frond with a plastic rib for the original. Other than that they are VERY similar.
Other reviewers have complained that this model is dangerous, that their child's safety was at issue. Obviously its loose jointed construction is intentional. Being an engineer I checked out this model thoroughly for any tendency to break due to wear, to come unexpectedly apart or to topple due to vigorous use. I find none at risk. My grandson gives ours a thorough workout with the pieces moving easily in harmony.
Both jumperoos are fine products. If my other daughter ever gives us cause to buy yet another, I would buy this one.
The only things that bug me a little bit is that the butterfly that is attached to the elephant face sometimes get stuck, and doesn't really go up and down smoothly so when he touches it, it doesn't draw him in with the thought that, "Oh, if I push or tug on this it will move." The second thing about this jumperoo is the green frog that dangles. I'm not sure if it's just supposed to be an item that the baby picks up and puts in his mouth or what, but my baby has had no interest in it at all. It also just hangs so all he sees is the red cord that is attached to the frog. It's sort of useless in a way since it just dangles and most of the time he can't even see it or know that it's their compared to the other items that are connected to the jumperoo. Not only that, compared to the bee and the bird, it's a useless spot for the frog. In fact, he's more interested in the zebra stripe cloth that covers the springs...
Other than those minor things it was still a good buy and I'm glad I got it when it was on sale rather than buying it at its full current price.
The only real big issue I have is that this thing is HUGE. It takes up a lot of space, and it doesn't put away nicely at all. It doesn't fold or anything, you have to literally take it apart to put it away if you don't have a lot of space like me.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My great grandson loves this. Entertains him and gives mom a break. Makes his legs so strong. Highly recommend. It is flexible enough he can really bounce. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sandra Bull
This product is discontinued... However, my Grand daughter loves it. She bounce around to no end:-)))Published 8 days ago by Tee Jay
My kids have loved this jumperoo! I really believe it has helped strengthen my kids legs and help them maneuver around easier. My kids have loved jumping and playing in this toy. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
The greatest! Baby boy is obsessed with doing jumpies in this thing. It's nice and solid and there's lot of interesting toys to bang on and look at.Published 12 days ago by Meg
My son loves to bounce and move about. This has proven to be a lifesaver!Published 12 days ago by Andromeda C.L. Angell
This is a super cute jumper. The seat is nice and deep, and the back helped hold my baby's head up a little until he could fully do it. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Koltyn's Mommy
I would give it 5 stars because my grandson LOVES it! Unfortunately for some reason the volume that I used to have on low because high was really loud, not so loud as to be... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Audrey Prince
Perfect, my 6 month old son has been it this for about 2 months and loves it. He has things to grab and play with and the music entertains him too! He has a blast!!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer