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|Age Range Description||Less than 12 months||0+ months||0+ months||Less than 24 months||12 months||0-5M|
|Color||Rainforest Friends||Red||Geo Meadow||Blue||Multi Color||Lion|
|Item Dimensions||17.8 x 15.8 x 20.6 in||19.8 x 13.1 x 3.4 in||17.4 x 16.8 x 3.6 in||20.4 x 16.2 x 4 in||20.3 x 14 x 4.8 in||25.2 x 21.26 x 22.05 in|
|Item Weight||7.6 lbs||5.3 lbs||5.4 lbs||7.15 lbs||6 lbs||9 lbs|
|Maximum Manufacturer Weight Recommended||20 lbs||25 lbs||20 lbs||22 lbs||20 lbs||20 lbs|
|Minimum Weight Recommended||6 lbs||—||5 lbs||5 lbs||—||—|
|Power Source||Baby powered||Battery||Battery||Rechargable Batteries||Battery||—|
The Fisher-Price Rainforest Friends Deluxe Bouncer soothes and entertains baby with rainforest sights and sounds that can be activated by parents or baby! A mesmerizing, light-up waterfall, interactive toys, and calming vibrations make it just right for playtime or resting.
With rainforest-themed music (12 songs & sounds), motion, and a cool, light-up waterfall, this bouncer has it all! As baby bats at animal friends on the toy bar, the waterfall lights up, the giraffe bobbles, and the monkey plays peek-a-boo – putting baby in charge of the fun. When it’s time to wind down, remove the toy bar, turn on the calming vibrations, and let baby nestle into the cushy seat with soft head support. The seat pad is machine washable and dryer safe. The bouncer's 2 musical modes let parents or baby control the action.
As baby reaches and grasps for toys, important skills are developing! Batting at rainforest friends on the overhead toy bar helps strengthen gross motor skills. It also puts baby in control, teaching her how to make things happen. Busy sights, sounds, colors, and textures strengthen the senses, while calming vibrations soothe and comfort, providing a sense of security when it’s time to rest.
To help baby learn that there’s a connection between words and actions, move the parts and talk about them as you go. For example, say, “See the monkey playing peek-a-boo?” The more you talk to baby and directly engage her, the more you’re benefiting her development.