Fisher-Price Incrediblock Activity Center
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- When a block is placed on the main center area, baby will hear its description, related sound effect, and song
- 8 songs, 8 words and lots of sound effects
- Activated by baby pushing down on the block or by pressing the blue triangle on top
- 5 sides of activity play including 2 block drop sides and 2 storage sides
- Age Range 9 Months-2 Years
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Blocks are an essential toy for kids, stimulating fine motor skills and encouraging cause-and-effect connections. This amazing toy takes the teaching potential of blocks to the max, with fun interactive activities on each side. Eight colorful blocks are dropped through mazes, raced through chutes, and matched into pictures; in addition, the oversized block has pinwheels for spinning, flaps for flipping, sound effects, a mirror and more. Great fun for ages six months and up. 14Hx15Wx15D".
Young children have a seemingly infinite capacity for exploration, investigating everything thoroughly and relentlessly as they try to learn about their world. While this Fisher-Price set is not likely to fully satisfy that curiosity, nothing ever will, it is likely to keep young kids quite busy and occupied. Eight blocks are included in the set, the clear cubes found in many modern Fisher-Price sets, and they are the key ingredients in the five interactive sides of the cube. There are options to stack the cubes up on a rack and then release them to tumble down with a turn of a lever, put them though holes to initiate perky sounds and flashing lights, and plenty of other fun games that should delight toddlers. Inside the block is room for up to 30 Fisher-Price blocks. There is some cause and effect teaching going on here but, as with all good educational toys, toddlers are not likely to think much about the learning; theyre too busy having fun. --Charlie WilliamsSee all Product description
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I now have one at my moms house and it is the first thing my nephew goes for when he gets there.
There are activities on all 5 sides although the one side there is just two areas where you stick blocks so that one is sort of lame. My kids also liked the side where the storage door is. They would drop the blocks in there and open up the door and be surprised to see the blocks in there (when they were younger of course). There is also a side where you drop the blocks and it is almost like plinko on the price is right. Another side you drop blocks down a column and the cube makes sounds as the blocks are entered into that column. You can then hit the lever and drop all the blocks onto the floor. The top is where the interactive blocks go. You place one of the interactive blocks in the center and it makes noises of what is inside that block (only the 8 interactive blocks do that). You can also place blocks in the circle area, hit the purple button and watch the blocks spin around while hearing music and watching the lights.
Giving this 5 stars because my kids and nephew loved it. Not all babies will feel the same especially if they are overwhelmed with tons of toys.
Another plus for us is the batteries lasted a very long time and there is an off switch on the bottom
I also don't like that it's not heavy enough or doesn't have sticky feet or something to keep it in place for when she tries to grab hold of it and stand up. She leans on it, and it slides across the floor. I've actually strategically place it next to a wall so that she can't fall on it when it slips out of her not yet sturdy reach. I have also seen it almost tip over on her when she holds onto it to sit down.
I can't rightly take it away from her because she loves to play with it, but I find myself watching her like a hawk when she plays with it because I'm worried something will happen to hurt her.
A bit of a disappointment from such a large toy manufacturer.
That's fine, but the description should be explicit about this, and the price should reflect this.
Other than playing a little song and spinning around when you put a block in it, the toy doesn't do much. The sides have little activities, but they aren't that great.
Too expensive for what it is by half.