Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Dance And Play Puppy
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- Enjoy lots of learning fun with this cuddly friend
- Invites baby to learn through singing, dancing and playing
- Introduces baby to the alphabet, colors, numbers, manners, greetings and more
- Puppy can clap, wiggle his body side to side, and raise his ears
- Over 25 sung songs and phrases
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Let your children dance and play games with their favorite new playmate, Dance and Play Puppy from Fisher-Price's Laugh and Learn toys. Dance and Play Puppy guides children through their first experiences with motions and games while simultaneously teaching them how to count and how to recognize the alphabet.
Two Modes of Play Make Learning Fun
Dance and Play Puppy features two modes of play to help your baby learn while having fun. Songs, phrases, movements, and games occur in both modes, helping your baby learn without even realizing that practical skills are being acquired.
On Puppy's right foot is the "ABC" mode, which is activated by pressing the blue "ABC" disc. Puppy will help guide your baby through motions, letters, and numbers, fostering language development and teaching how to follow directions. On Puppy's left foot is the "Let's Play" mode, and when you press the purple disc on his foot, he'll come to life with baby-friendly motions, lively songs, and that irresistible puppy wiggle!
Surprising and Familiar Movements Keep Babies Interested
As Dance and Play Puppy guides your baby through easy-to-follow motions, he will also make fun, surprising movements. His ears will sometimes move up and down as he sings, adding an extra level of engagement to both modes of play.
While some movements engage by surprise, others are familiar. Our product designers included a pat-a-cake mode because it is often one of the first motions parents teach their babies. Familiar songs were also included in Puppy's 25-plus interactive songs, phrases, and games, such as "Happy and You Know It," "Do Your Ears Hang Low," the "Alphabet Song," and more! He'll also blow kisses and teach parts of the body, manners, and greetings.
What's in the Box
Assembled toy, six AA batteries, and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
I thought this toy would be a surefire hit, but unfortunately my son just isn't into it. I think this might be because the motor is so loud. Fisher Price made the music louder to compensate, but even so it's sometimes difficult to concentrate on the tune because you're so distracted by the motor. Every time I turn this on my son just looks at it and is like, "Whaa?" He'll ask me to push the button again, but he won't go near the toy himself and pretty much ignores it unless I purposefully draw his attention to it.
I love the idea behind this toy, but I think it must be difficult to install a higher-quality (read: quieter) motor while also keeping the price reasonable. If you're debating between this Fisher Price puppy and the original, my suggestion would be to get the original one. It's about $10 less expensive, is cute and cuddly and doesn't have a loud motor.
The second I saw this toy on Amazon Vine I volunteered and what a great decision it was.
First of all the toy comes with batteries already installed. It's in the box pretty good and I have learned over the recent months to get the toy out of the box before my daughter see's it or there will be a wrestling/whining match to deal with. I'm getting pretty good at getting these kids toys out of the boxes now but I recommend a pair of scissors in case you're not.
The puppy doesn't have a name so my daughter named it Mario, which is kind of funny because it has a female voice. She sings ABC's and a couple of other fun little songs, she wiggles her butt, claps her hands and flaps her ears. It's actually pretty adorable. She doesn't walk, I'm not sure what gave me the impression that it was supposed to walk but that was disappointing to me, it has no effect on my daughter who was just excited to see it dance and sing.
It does make a lot of noise as far as the mechanics are concerned. Though they aren't louder than the toy they do remind me of the old Terminator movies which is kinda weird. But my daughter "Mia" doesn't seem to mind at all and will carry "Mario" around the house, set her down and dance with her for a bit. The puppy also instructs the kids on how to interact with it which is pretty cool to see. The first time the puppy said "clap your hands" and started clapping my daughter squealed, started tip toeing around and clapping her hands. Did I say it was adorable already?
The toy does have a volume control on one of the feet, thank you FP! With the same control you can turn her off completely. So you've got loud, quiet and off.Read more ›
Still, any toy that can make by grandson so happy, is a worthwhile toy and one I would recommend.
My daughter is now 1 and has been playing with this for about a month. First, when you get the toy, be careful removing it from the box. It has the hard plastic ties that are so tight and hard to get a good angle at; I feared I might cut myself or the toy removing it. Once I removed it, I wiped it down with a toxic free disinfectant wipe. The toy is open and exposed so I did not know how many hands had touched it from the factory, to warehouse, to shipping. You cannot remove the outfit on the dog so going over it lightly with the wipe I felt better since at my daughter's age, everything ends up in her mouth. Also inspect the toy for loose threads and fabric. On the back on the head the sewing is poorly done, almost in a zig zag and there is a lot of loose fuzz, like you would find inside a pillow. I removed it but there is still some sticking out and I did not want her grabbing it to choke on it. The outfit has a few loose threads, I just trimmed them.
Now to the toy, my daughter LOVES it. I let her play with it in her playpen or sitting on the floor. The toy is VERY sturdy, even on uneven surfaces. In the playpen it has not fallen over and on the floor it stays upright. When I saw the toy I thought the feet and hands were areas to press to get the dog to sing and dance, it is only the two feet. My daughter does have a hard time recognizing the feet are the only place you can activate the toy since the hands have bigger areas to push. I usually have to push it for her. Once on she smiles, laughs, and even dances to the toy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
highly recommend this toy for your little one its a great great product for kids of ages 1-3 i love it and so does my daughter.Published 5 months ago by Mikka Smith
The mechanical sound is ridiculously loud and distracting. I just bought this toy but i almost hate it already. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mailije
Love this, Very ineractive. My little one always presses his feet to keep him singing and moving.Published 7 months ago by JT
My husband bought this for my eight month old for Christmas. She ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!! It brought us such joy as parents to see her face light up squealing with delight as the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by T.R.
My grandson went nuts for it, danced with it, pressed every button 100 times in the first few days I think. 2 years later, he still plays with it often. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Adriana