Fisher-Price Super Sounds Soccer
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- Helps develop soccer skills as kids grow
- Two levels of play
- Sounds after every goal kick
- Adjustable target for more advanced players
- For one or two players
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Get a Kick out of Learning to Play Soccer
The Fisher-Price Grow to Pro Super Sounds Soccer makes learning to play soccer fun, easy, and rewarding. Every time beginners hit the net, they’ll hear fun, encouraging sounds. And it’s a big goal net to hit – 2 feet wide by 3 ½ feet high – so novices can easily score. As their skills improve, kids have to hit the target to be rewarded with the satisfying sound of "Gooaall!" And to make it even more challenging, kids can move the adjustable target anywhere along the goal post so they learn to score anywhere in the net.
- Two levels of play
- Beginners score fun sounds whenever they kick the ball into the net
- "Pros" have to hit the adjustable target to score fun sounds
- Adjustable target – attach it anywhere along the goal
- Big goal! Approx. 2' wide by 3.5' high
- Target can keep score for two players
- Includes goal, adjustable target, and inflatable ball
- Requires 3 AAA batteries
Practice Makes Perfect
For budding soccer players, learning to handle the ball and get it in the net is the primary goal – and this set helps them every step of the way! It’s simple to use, no matter where kids are in the learning process. With such an enjoyable, stress-free way to sharpen their skills, you may not even have to nag them to practice!
Little soccer players can score big with Grow to Pro Super Sounds Soccer. Two levels of play and sounds after every goal kick up the fun, and reward developing soccer skills as kids grow. Beginners score fun sounds each time they hit the net. And with this big goal net, beginners are sure to score some confidence, too. More advanced players have to hit the target to hear the announcer shout "Gooaalll"! Add to the challenge by moving the adjustable target anywhere along the goal post. And what better way to learn than with a friend? The adjustable target can keep score for two players.
Score Big for Building Motor Skills and Confidence
By "dribbling" and kicking the ball, hitting the target and getting healthy physical activity, your little soccer players are developing gross motor skills. They’re also gaining valuable insights on handling and angling the ball, timing their kicks, and how far and hard to kick the ball to get the most success. And as they improve, their confidence begins to soar and they develop a real "can do" attitude. For helping your child develop and grow, this play set really kicks it up a notch.
Includes the Fisher-Price Grow to Pro Super Sounds Soccer goal, adjustable target and inflatable soccer ball.
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1 - Net and metal are high quality. Finished goal is quite sturdy and no concerns over durability.
2 - Electronic goal sensor adds a much more interactive element to making a goal.
3 - Size is good for children - big enough for easy goal making but not so small as to be excessively difficult.
4 - Unlike the other goals I have seen that have a 'strap' across the front (since they are portable) this one has nothing that can interefere with the ball actually entering the goal as you would expect.
1 - Included "Soccer ball" is basically a joke as other reviewers point out. It's a plastic ball that's is likely a grapefruit size. We didn't bother to inflate or use, both b/c it was too small and also do not have the pump and needle at our house. The product photo is also off b/c most people assume the soccer ball shown is at least a normal kid soccer ball (size 3) or similar but it's really a grapefruit size, which wrecks the expected proportions if you judge solely on the photo.
We simply use the goal with an adidas size 3 kids soccer ball and works great,but bear that in mind when ordering - you won't have a playable set imo unless you add a seperate soccer ball to your order.
2 - This statement is very misleading: "The adjustable target can keep score for two players.". The electronic target does not keep score- I thought it would electronically track each goal.
Instead above the target are two knobs that you can manually turn and point to numbers 1-5.
Why anyone would be so challenged to keep track of two sets of numbers between 1 and 5 that they added this is beyond me.
We have never used it beyond my daughter twisting them while proclaiming she is "working".
Regardless, their advertising on this front is quite misleading as to me it implies the target will auto track...a correct statement is "The target has two score keeping knobs for players to use."
3 - The net is quite tight. Presumably this is to ensure the goal sensor gets triggered more easily but be aware that about 20% of your goals will bounce back out of the goal because of it. The other goals have floppy nets that trap the ball. This isn't that bad for us, but wanted to point it out.
4 - The "Goal" sound has a lot of false triggers - simply removing the ball from the net after making a goal (when it stays in) will also trigger the "GOAL" sound which reduces a bit of the incentive. Similarly putting a hand on the goal or even twisting the score keeping knobs can cause enough vibration to trigger it.
5 - Assembly - the parts are not labeled. I found it rather obvious what went where and didn't use the instructions except for reviewing how the net went on. However, my wife tried before me and quickly gave up b/c none of the parts had any identifiers. Also due to the very tight net, it's a bit of work to get the net properly finalized.
Summary - overall a fun goal unit that is solid and appears it will last for a long time. Main con is don't plan on using the included soccer ball - definitely order a regular soccer ball with your order so you'll be ready to play and enjoy.
But I have to subtract 1 star for the price and pics, why is it $20 cheaper from the Fisher Price web site? That's just weird. And yes, it is small, the dimensions are listed clearly on the description, but it's no where near a full-size soccer ball and the goal is small. It's the right size for a 2 year old, but the pictures are VERY misleading. They really do make it look much larger than it is.