Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click 'n Learn Remote
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- Fun responses help baby understand cause and effect
- Like a real remote control inspiring early role play
- Baby can learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and first words
- Promote development of fine motor skills
- Baby will love learning with their very own remote
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Click ‘n Learn Fun
The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote is baby's very own remote, with realistic styling, buttons to press, lively songs and light-up learning fun! Baby can click away to learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, and first words, and sing along to four sung songs, too.
Baby Can Click His Way To Playtime Learning Fun
Turn on the smiles and playtime joy with the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote. Volume control and “channel surfing” are a big part of the role play experience, inspired by the Click n’ Learn Remote’s realistic styling. With more than 25 sing-along songs, tunes, and phrases – each controlled by baby – there’s a new lesson with each push of a button. Smiles will fill up the room as baby learns numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, and much more. Turn the volume up and down or switch channels to hear a new station and lots of realistic sound effects, too. Baby will love being in control of his very own learning experience.
Click On The Learning
Pressing a variety of the Click ‘n Learn Remote buttons promotes the development of baby’s fine motor skills. Fun sounds and phrases teach baby colors, numbers, shapes, and more. There are light-up musical rewards, too, as pressing buttons for fun responses helps baby understand cause and effect relationships.
Lights up at baby’s touch.
What's In The Box?
- Light-up, musical learning & fun
- Easy-push buttons
- Realistic styling
- Four sung songs
- Introduces baby to numbers, opposites, colors, greetings, first words, & more
The Laugh and Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote is baby’s very own remote with so many buttons, songs and learning fun. With realistic styling and a light at the top of the remote, baby will delight in being in control of all the sounds and music. Baby can click away to learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and first words. Turn the volume up and down or switch channels to hear a new station. With four songs and lots of realistic sound effects, baby will love being in control of his very own learning remote.
From the Manufacturer
A remote control just for baby with realistic styling, buttons to press, lively songs and light-up learning fun! Baby can click away to learn about numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and first words, and sing along sung songs, too.
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|Item Dimensions||2.7 x 1.45 x 6.12 in||1.38 x 6.7 x 2.96 in||6.7 x 3 x 1.4 in||2 x 4.4 x 8 in||1.2 x 2.1 x 6.5 in||5.79 x 1.97 x 8.07 in|
|Item Weight||2.31 lbs||4.8 ounces||5.6 ounces||5.6 ounces||5.12 ounces||5.6 ounces|
Top customer reviews
Well, I couldn't take it. So I opened it up with a screwdriver and took a look inside. It's a simple matter of just pulling out the rubber tab corresponding to the volume up button. No extra tools required, no real effort. I screwed it back together and now everything works fine EXCEPT for the "volume up" button. The remote defaults to its starting volume every time you turn it on with the switch, but now it never gets to brain-splitting volume, only the lower (but still rather loud) level.
With this simple mod, I think it's a good toy. The songs are still annoying. Maybe the "music" button will be next. If the remote lies on its face, it seems as though the music button stays pressed. We'll see...
About 8 months in, I realized toys are for parents, to give you a break. My daughter couldn't be less interested in the handmade vegetable-dyed wooden stacking bowls I bought on that crafty site, but this toy she loves. Yes, the songs can be annoying and I don't know whose idea it was to make the "Volume Up" button actually make the volume of the toy go up, but sometimes mommy just needs a break and my daughter will play with this toy for a solid 10 minutes of heaven. It has survived untold crashes on our hard floors and battery is still going strong. And hey, it recites numbers, it must have some educational value.
This child's remote has four colored buttons at the top and a numeric key pad at the bottom. It has a light at the very top of the remote that lights up red when it sings and chimes. The colored buttons at the top correspond to a channel up and down button, a volume up and down button, a stop and play button, and a music button. Each button plays a variety of different tunes, phrases, and chimes. The remote has an on-off switch on the side. The speaker is on the back of the remote.
My daughter really likes this toy. It is the only toy that we have that will occupy her attention for more than a few minutes so that I can get things done around the house. She will push the buttons and bop along to the tunes. Because of the variety of different phrases and tunes, this is one of the few toys that doesn't become annoyingly repetitive. Of course it's been played with often enough that we know all of them by heart!
This toy has one major fault that has caused my husband and I to give it the nomiker, "satan's toy". The volume up and down button actually works to turn the volume up and down. Every other children's toy that we have for her has a parent-only control of the volume switch. This thing has a large button on the front that lets my daughter turn the volume up and down. By up and down, I mean up...because that is the only one of the two that she repetitively pushes. So the volume goes up, and up, and up. This gets pretty loud and with the speaker on the back and her holding it up, the speaker is usually blaring outward right into our direction. This is really not the best design feature.
Overall, though the volume issue is annoying, her love of this toy and the fact that it can occupy her long enough for me to fold a load of laundry leads me to recommend this to other parents. Just be prepared to step in frequently to turn the volume back down.