Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Fun with Friends Musical Table Activity Center
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- Characterized light-up faces on activities encourage baby to cruise around the table
- Each character has a unique personality to interact with baby
- Teaches letters, numbers, opposites, shapes, colors, greetingsand first words
- Legs easily snap on so toddlers can cruise around and learn
- Younger babies can sit and play with busy activities
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From the manufacturer
Discover The Joy Of Learning With Music
The Fun With Friends Musical Table has over 50 songs, tunes, and musical activities, along with four corners full of learning fun. For babies and toddlers aged 6-36 months, each corner of the table has an interactive, light-up character inviting baby to explore all around the table. Baby can learn letters, numbers, counting, first words, colors, shapes, opposites, animals, and much more — in English and Spanish, with four different modes to choose from. Baby will enjoy lots of activities, lots of songs, and even bilingual learning in an age-appropriate way.
Delightful Surprises For Baby To Discover
The Fun With Friends Musical Table includes four toys in one: a laptop full of music and phrases lets baby discover the alphabet, shapes and more; a piano helps baby learn colors and music; a counting phone teaches numbers and even has a removable receiver for role-play fun; and there’s also a Book with pages to flip, which introduces words, animals, and the concept of stories. Best of all, the Fun With Friends Musical Table grows with your baby. Younger babies can sit and play with busy activities using just the tabletop. Legs easily snap on so toddlers can cruise around and learn. There are four different modes to enjoy: Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual Play, which introduce letters, numbers, and learning concepts in Spanish.
Benefits Of Discovery Play
Rhythm, rhyme, and music are great ways to help babies learn. The songs and activities waiting to be discovered help introduce baby to sing-along learning, role play, and using their imagination. Four friendly light-up characters interact both with baby and with each other, encouraging baby to stand and cruise, and enhancing gross motor development. There are lots of colorful keys to press, which build baby’s fine motor skills and rewards curiosity. Each delightful discovery helps promote baby’s thinking and problem-solving skills by teaching action and reaction. The songs and stories also develop language skills by encouraging words and introducing the concept of storytelling. You can help your baby make connections between words and objects by pointing to them and repeating the words they hear in English and Spanish - “See the triangle, triangulo? There’s the number three, tres.”
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Other Ways To Laugh & Learn
Babies learn more when they feel at home. Combining familiar objects, everyday discoveries, and your baby’s never-ending sense of wonder are the basis of the Laugh & Learn collection of toys from Fisher-Price. Make learning more fun with Laugh & Learn favorites like the Dance & Play Puppy, the Sweet Sounds Picnic, and the Smilin’ Smart Phone.
What's In The Box?
- One Fun With Friends musical activity table with snap-on legs
- Instruction manual
- Requires 3 AA (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included)
Busy, busy... there's so much to do, with four corners full of learning fun!
From the Manufacturer
Busy, busy … there’s SO much to do, with four corners full of learning fun! Each has an entire interactive learning center with lights and a friendly character who invites baby to play, encouraging movement and exploration all around the table. Baby can learn letters, numbers, counting, first words, colors, shapes, opposites, animals and much more—in English and Spanish! Musical fun includes sing-along songs, tunes, real instrument sounds and a variety of music styles. The Imagination mode brings imitative play to life with real-life sounds, piano keys, phone tones and more. Lots of activities, lots of songs, and even bilingual learning in an age-appropriate way! Requires 3 AA batteries.
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UPDATE: When my son was 9 months old, we moved this onto the tile floor and he LOVED pushing it around. He used it like a walker, basically. He would happily push it in circles around in the kitchen, mashing buttons.
Educational: It may teach cause/effect, but I'm not really a fan of flashy/talking toys. I don't believe kids learn much from them (kind of like TV). I think the best "educational" use is simply the dexterity practice (opening and shutting computer, flipping book pages).
Durability: As I already mentioned, my little one slams the computer down dozens of times each day, and this thing has help up well. He's chunky (25 lbs at 10 months) and puts all his weight on it while standing. After two months of play the toy still looks new. So I'd say it's durable.
Sturdy, is a separate category. I wanted to get this once my guy started pulling to a stand. Luckily, a sister-in-law warned me it would slide; my niece was currently using hers as a walker. So we place ours against the chaise portion of our couch; this way our little one can push against it and it doesn't move. The toy has tipped over on him while pulling up (only occasionally), but it doesn't hurt him. It stands a foot and a half off the ground and doesn't weigh much. When it's fallen on our little guy he's hardly noticed (and one time I didn't even notice, he just kept on playing with it).
I'm curious to see if he'll still play with it once he's walking around, or if any future siblings will play with it during the sitting stage. If you're frugal with toys, skip this one. But if you are looking for a table to entertain your curious stander, I'd recommend this one.
Original review: This has probably been my best toy purchase to date. My daughter loves this activity center! I gave it to her at 5 months without the legs attached. She would sit playing with it..mainly the laptop at first. It was so neat to watch her learn how to first close it and then a couple weeks later, open it. I was afraid she would get her fingers smashed but there is a small gap between the two pieces when they hinge shut and it hasn't been an issue. At 7 months she started pulling up to stand on things so I added the legs to it. This table is her go-to toy. She flips the book page back and forth, plays on the piano, moves the mouse up and down, and loves the rattle phone. The only thing she hasn't really enjoyed yet is the phone buttons but that is a moot point. It has never fallen over on her even though she pulls to stand up on it multiple times a day. I would like to add I have it on carpet so maybe that helps with stability. I couldn't be happier with this activity table and if my daughter could say something other than "mama" and "dada" I know she would agree!
However, I gave it 3 stars because the Spanish is awful. You'd think Fisher Price could've found a person to record who actually speaks spanish and english fluently. This is a woman who speaks English fluently, and Spanish with an awful accent. I personally get irritated when I hear her speak Spanish, because it sounds wrong to me. It's not good.
So, overall she loves it. If you're buying it for the Spanish feature and you know Spanish, it could get annoying.