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Fisher-Price Think & Learn Code-a-Pillar
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- Letter identification, categorization, objects and properties
- Kids connect the segments to make Code-A-Pillar go forward, left, right or wherever they choose
- Each segment lights up as the action happens
- Motorized head segment features lights, sounds and blinking eyes to bring Code-A-Pillar to life
- Can you reach the target? Challenge kids to configure the segments so Code-A-Pillar can get to the targets
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With Code-A-Pillar, Development Really Comes Into Play!
See what develops as kids play with Code-a-pillar. Problem-Solving Skills Once kids can 'program' a path for Code-a-pillar, the sky's the limit! It opens the door to problem solving as they figure out how to get Code-a-pillar to go wherever they want! Planning and Sequencing Skills After rearranging his segments a few times, kids will discover that if they plan out a path for Code-a-pillar and put his pieces together in the right sequences, they can get him to follow it! Critical Thinking Skills The more kids rearrange Code-a-pillar pieces, they more they develop critical thinking skills by 'programming' different combinations to send him in different directions!
Make Lots Of Fun Connections!
Can your child make Code-a-pillar go from 'Start' to 'Finish'? Place the 'Start' and 'Finish' targets on the floor. The path he takes to get there is up to your preschooler! Or you can turn any room into an obstacle course! Have your child figure out how to rearrange Code-a-pillar to send him under a table or around a chair. Or draw a map together and see if you can get Code-a-pillar to follow it!
Code-a-pillar inspires little learners to be big thinkers by encouraging preschoolers to arrange (and rearrange) the easy-to-connect segments in endless combinations, sending Code-a-pillar on his path. This learning toy encourages experimentation while developing important skills like problem solving, planning and sequencing and critical thinking. There's no end to the combinations kids can make--mix up the segments and put them back together to send Code-a-pillar in a different direction every time.
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 16.13 x 13 in||9.4 x 14.7 x 6.3 in||13 x 11.25 x 11.25 in||6 x 6 x 3.2 in||3.2 x 16.8 x 11.5 in|
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Top customer reviews
My lord this thing is SO LOUD. Not a reasonable level of loud for a kids toy either, but loud enough to wake everyone in the house up if my son wakes up before everyone else. There is no volume control either. Don't get me wrong, this is a really great toy - but if you're the type of person who fantasized about throwing your kids noise making toys out in the middle of the night - maybe reconsider getting this.
Otherwise, it really is neat. He makes some fun noises and has lots of great light effects. I think my favorite thing about it though, is as he's going along if he runs into an obstacle, he stops. You then can pick him up, adjust him, and push his button and he picks up where he left off in his movement series.
His connections are USB, so sometimes I worry my very enthusiastic toddler will shove them together too hard and break them. He's only had it for a day or so, but so far so good. The connections are strong enough that he carries it around and it doesn't fall apart.
The base set of extensions are great as well. They are definitely more than enough so that your kid won't feel like they are missing out if you never buy the expansion pack set of extensions, but we definitely intend to just because they seem like fun.
This is a great buy, and we all really enjoy it, and definitely plan to buy some extension packs. If you dont mind that it makes constant loud noise, you won't regret buying it.
My daughter is 5 and could not wait to get this. She loves electronics and computers. It is very easy to get out of the box and get running. Please note it arrives in demo mode and you will need to turn the switch under it to get it to go. It also arrived with batteries in it.
She played with it for a bit. She then took it apart to see how it worked with each piece. Each piece goes a different direction. It also had two pads that you are supposed to ‘code’ the device and start it on green and end it on red.
The con of this device is room. You really need hard floors which I have. I also have a decent size area to play and it still was not enough. Once it starts and if it does not have enough room, it stops. Keep in mind it does not reverse, it only goes straight and turns. We tried the start and end and changed the pieces out. It did not have enough room to navigate through the ‘code’ it needs to make wide turns if you have all of the pieces connected. We kept moving it around and it still did not seem to have enough room. My daughter became rather frustrated and did not want to play with it anymore. For the older age range, the kids might get frustrated. For the younger, they might not understand how it works and think it is just a toy that moves.
For the price point I did expect more from this. Again, the amount of room this requires is a lot! I was looking forward to buying the extra pieces but immediately decided not to since it means it will need more room to turn with more pieces on it. That is not a selling point for me but a reason not to buy it.
There is only the start button at the top get the toy going. I wish it had a volume control, even low and high, but it doesn’t. If you are prone to headaches, the sounds this makes might annoy you. When storing you will need to find an area to store the red and green pieces if you want to code it.
I love Fisher Price and think this is a good idea but perhaps it needs more thought. A reverse would be nice or to know to turn if it does not have room to move, which seems like a lot. Right now it seems like an overpriced caterpillar that just moves.
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