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Fisher-Price Go Baby Go Crawl and Cruise Musical Jungle

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  • The Crawl and cruise musical jungle offers endless fun and activity for baby
  • Baby can put and take 1 of 6 balls in the hippo's mouth as he spins a full 360 degrees
  • The hanging jingle bell rewards baby with music and lights as it is batted
  • The crocodile rocks back and forth as baby plays, acivating music, lights and motion
  • Baby can also place the balls into the monkey's hands
  • He will drop the ball down the spiraling ball shoot surprising baby as the balls roll out of one of the two ball ramps
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

This jungle of fun includes a rocking croc, an elephant with a ball-drop trunk, and a 360-degree spinning hippo with an appetite for ball-dropping fun. Animals feature fun lights and sounds to reward baby. As baby grows and is ready to stand and cruise, this inviting jungle provides a sturdy place for her to hang on to for support. Once she reaches the top jungle rail, your little explorer can spin the sun mirror, swat the wiggly-jiggly tree frog, flip the click-clack butterfly wings and bat the colorful rollerball with rattle beads. Baby can place the balls into the monkey's hands and watch as the monkey sends them down the spiraling ball shoot, and surprise! The balls will pop out of one of two ball ramps. Features music, lights, songs and sound effects, plus six colored balls. Requires three "AA" batteries, included. Some assembly required. Measures 36"L x 24"W x 22"H.


Whether your baby has just mastered sitting up, crawling, or walking, the Fisher-Price Go Baby Go Crawl and Cruise Musical Jungle provides access to a wide variety of fun, stimulating activities. As long as your baby is three to 36 months old, he or she is set to enjoy finding, grasping, and rolling six brightly colored balls with the singing monkey at the center of this sturdy, jungle-themed play set.

What We Think

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The Good: Jungle-themed play station designed to benefit children as they grow and develop

The Bad: Large footprint; may not keep the interest of older children

In a Nutshell: With flashing lights, jungle songs, and colorful characters, this set inspires interactive play

At a Glance

Ages: 6 to 36 months
Requires: Phillips screwdriver for assembly

Children will be delighted by the songs and flashing lights of the Musical Jungle. View larger.

The Musical Jungle features sturdy construction that won't easily break. View larger.
Innovative Jungle Encourages Active Play
This durable, plastic play station is set up as an arc, with a slide for balls wrapping around the center support and a bright orange monkey sitting above the slide. The monkey's hands are cupped so that kids can practice balancing balls in them, and his arms move. Each time your child uses a ball or their hand to move one of his arms, he breaks out in song and stimulating, colored lights on the front of the jungle flash.

One song with a fun beat begins, "Walk like an elephant, stomp, stomp, stomp." Another says it's "time to move, fast or slow." Kids ability to clap with these tunes or sing along really makes playtime in the jungle more fun. Best of all, there's several different songs, so parents and kids don't have to keep listening to the same tune over and over again.

In addition to the music and the slide for balls at the center of the jungle, there's a spinning hippo at one end of the arc and a big blue elephant at the other. The hollow elephant has openings in his ears, and when baby drops a ball into them, it comes shooting out his mouth, often eliciting a bout of laughter. If your baby is crawling or walking, he's sure to tire himself right out chasing after run-away balls. There's another set of fun features to help keep the jungle interesting for younger children, especially those who are not yet cruising around on their own. There's also a hanging rattle ball, an alligator on a swing that moves back and forth, and a safe, plastic mirror shaped like the sun so that baby can contemplate her reflection. All these different toys mean that the Musical Jungle stays interesting as children develop new skills.

Durable, Dependable Construction for Safety
We really appreciated how strong the top arch is. Despite being made of plastic, our adult tester was able to lean on this arch without feeling like it was about to break. This is good news for parents of children who are learning to pull themselves up or still need to hold onto an object while standing, since there's no need to worry about the sturdy, stable Musical Jungle coming apart and hurting or disappointing a child.

All in all, we found lots of ways to have fun with the Musical Jungle. Despite the fact that this set is recommended for children up to 36 months old, we found the activities it offers and the infant-friendly look more suited to younger children. There are many great reviews of this jungle set out there, and it seems like most often they come from parents with a child who has not yet turned two.

This toy requires adult assembly. You'll need a Phillips screwdriver and a little bit of patience. While the included instructions do an excellent job of illustrating each step in the assembly process, snapping the pieces together and getting the screws secured takes a bit of effort. Despite the time involved, we really appreciated the fact that this activity set uses real hardware to provide a very solid structure.

The Musical Jungle is much stronger than plastic toys assembled solely from snap-together pieces, and the parts can be unscrewed by an adult if you want to disassemble the jungle for storage, another feature that similar products often overlook. Three AA batteries are included to power the lights and sounds.

What's in the Box
Six balls, monkey, elephant, hippo, center arch, sun mirror, rattle ball, base, two arch ends, two tube pieces, two ramp pieces, two legs, 16 screws, three "AA" batteries, and instructions.

The monkey's cupped hands will hold a ball.
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The hippos large mouth holds many balls.
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Putting a ball in the elephant's ears will cause it to shoot out of its mouth.
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Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.2 x 16 x 29.9 inches
Item Weight 13.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 13.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Item model number N1415
Manufacturer recommended age 6 months and up
Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
Best Sellers Rank #334,405 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#763 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Early Development Toys > Activity Centers
#13,828 in Toys & Games > Baby & Toddler Toys
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3.9 out of 5 stars 157 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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By Andi on November 25, 2008
I run an in-home daycare, and I have just about every Fisher Price, Leap Frog and Hasbro toy available, and this toy is absolutely not worth the money! It would be worth about $25, but not $50! The monkey doesn't do anything but have arms that teeter slightly, and only his left hand drops the balls down a ramp which activates a short music sequence. That's about it. A couple of other things will activate the sound, but it's not very much fun. The hippo and elephant do absolutely nothing. For the money, you should buy the Amazing Animals Spinning Zoo - that is definitely worth the money and the kiddos play with it everyday. Or, for about 1/2 the money, buy the Sit-to-Stand Giraffe. I don't like to give a negative review of anything Fisher Price since I usually am very pleased with their toys, but the kids really don't have any interest in this at all. It's really disappointing.
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We've had this toy for a little over two weeks now, and my 9 month old son LOVES it!! He thinks it's the funniest thing in the world to knock the balls out of the monkey's hands and watch them go down the slide. He can stand there and just hit the monkey's hands over and over to make the music play over and over. I like that he can cruise all around it and play from any side or angle. My only downside to it is that the songs seem to end abruptly... and they are really short. Overall, it's a wonderful toy and I recommend it to anyone whose child likes to play!
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Walk like an elephant, stomp, stomp, stomp. Chew like a hippo, chomp, chomp, chomp. Play like a monkey in a tree. Do like the animals that you see...

This song will haunt your dreams.

The toy itself is reasonably easy to put together, if you're familiar with assembling toys. Fisher Price is one of the few companies out there that provide instructions that aren't written by and for masochists. Keep in mind that it is quite large, and once you've put it together, that's it. It isn't designed to be taken apart and reassembled multiple times.

When the music and lights are turned on, this is probably one of our daughter's favorite toys. She's had it for about three months now, and it's really interesting to see how her motor skills and interests have developed between 6 months and 9 months. There are enough things to play with on this that it's kept her interest going, especially now that she's using it to pull herself up to stand.

Keeping a close eye on your baby is a must with this toy, especially once he or she starts standing. The palm leaves above the elephant and hippo aren't sharp, but they are pointy. In the picture, the green dome below the monkey is where the balls come out after they've gone down the ramp -- if they're the balls that came with this toy. If you have any other toy balls around, your baby will almost certainly find them, drop them down the ramp, and get them stuck in the dome.

My only real contention with this toy is the price. On one hand, yes, it's built very well. But on the other, 95% of this toy is just injection-molded plastic from China. You're paying a huge premium for the Fisher Price name and about four dollars worth of electronics.
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My son received this toy as a Christmas gift last year. We brought it out of the box when he was 6 1/2 months old. He is 11 months now and still loves the toy. He likes to watch the balls go down the spiral ramp and has started dancing to the different tunes. This toy has been irrestible to all kids who have visited our house.

My suggestion is to watch your little one closely when playing with this toy. My son was being supervised and still received quite a scrape on his cheek due to falling against the leaves from the tree above the elephant. The leaves are kind of sharp, a design flaw in my opinion. My nephew did the same thing on this toy as well. Kids learning to walk will fall so hopefully Fisher Price will figure out a way to make the leaves not as sharp on this product.
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I bought this toy to help my 10 month old learn how to stand and cruise. I wish the music had its own volume knob instead of 2 levels, loud and louder. The volume switch is not obvious, not to me. Songs are sung by male voice, which is not very attractive to me, but kids don't care anyway, as long as they're upbeat. Obviously my 3 year old child likes it more than her brother, but she helps him play as well. I think the spiral ramp is the most interesting part, to me and the baby. He can grab and drop the balls one after another to see them chase each other out. The hippo is stored all the balls, if they've not lost yet. The less interesting one is the elephant, as it only has balls in thru ears and out by trunk. If the baby doesn't know how to catch the ball yet, it's no fun. As the warning on the amazon site states, WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs while Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months and up. That's kind of absurd, because 3 year old kids won't need to cruise or crawl. The box marks for 6-36M. I see no small parts that could harm kids, unless you didn't assemble it right with all the (nuts and) screws. It is made in Mexico,though.
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