Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Puppy and Friends Learning Table
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- Use the bi-lingual activity table to learn with all baby's favorite characters
- There are over 60 songs, tunes and phrases
- The legs can be detached for playing on the floor
- The interactive content encourages baby to cruise around the table
- There are many features to keep baby busy
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Learn with Puppy & Pals
With four light-up activity corners, baby can stand and cruise to explore all around. The laptop opens and closes for realistic role-play with Puppy and Monkey. Puppy reads aloud at the interactive first words book, Sis and Puppy count together on the phone with detachable receiver, and Monkey plays around at the piano keys. With four modes of play (Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual) baby will learn all about letters, numbers, opposites, shapes, colors, greetings, and more. There are over 60 sung songs, tunes, and phrases full of learning, too. Legs remove easily for floor play. Includes power and volume control.
The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Puppy & Friends Learning Table promotes baby’s gross motor skills as it encourages him to stand and cruise all around the table. In addition, the table reinforces lessons on letters, numbers, counting, opposites and more through exciting stories and songs. Fine motor skills are promoted through the pressing of buttons, the sliding of the laptop mouse, turning pages in the interactive book, and flipping over levers, with sweet rewards for baby’s curiosity, too. Rhythm, rhyme, and music are a great way to help babies learn. Enjoy singing along together to the songs in this toy. 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.”
- Four light-up corners (Laptop, Phone, Book, Piano) encourage baby to stand and cruise all around
- More than 60 sung songs, tunes, and learning activities
- Four modes of play: Learning, Music, Imagination, and Bilingual
- Detachable legs for floor play
- English and Spanish bilingual learning
- Introduces letters, numbers, shapes, opposites, first words, and more
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||JOKDEER Direct||Chewys Toy Chest||Amazon.com||Morgan Rivver L.L.C.|
|Item Dimensions||18.5 x 15 x 15 in||6.1 x 2.17 x 8.82 in||3 x 3 x 3 in||30 x 6.5 x 16 in||19.69 x 4.75 x 27.56 in||9.61 x 7.01 x 12.99 in|
|Item Weight||6.12 lbs||3.53 ounces||1.39 lbs||—||9.2 lbs||1.68 lbs|
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Most of the modes play a song or phrase when a button is pressed - my daughter does not have the patience to listen to any of these things all the way through. Instead, she manically works all of the buttons, flaps and levers as frenetically as possible. Every button press triggers a new song, phrase, shout, or wacky noise. I'd say the experience of watching my daughter play with this toy is roughly equivalent to being assaulted by a mob of invisible clowns with a counting fetish. If you're a 10 month old baby apparently this is marginally less addictive than opiates, because my daughter will not stop using this thing. I bought it because I knew she liked pressing buttons that made things happen, while standing up. Did I know what madness I would unleash? I did not. As I type this review, she is mashing a button and cackling like a miniature witch pulling apart toads for stew.
On the bright side, the batteries that came with the table have lasted for many hours and are still going strong. It is the perfect height for her to stand on. It's a bit slippery on the wood floor, but perfectly stable, so she is getting practice skooching around with her circus walker.
There are three volume settings, but the lowest volume echoes through our apartment like someone's using a megaphone. I turned it up once to see what would happen, and my daughter's thin eyebrows were blown off by the shockwave of sound.
Baby loves it, too. At nine months, her favourite means of interaction are whacking it repeatedly with her palms until something lights up and makes noise, opening/closing the laptop, turning the page of the 'book', and lifting and moving the entire tabletop to new spots in the playpen. The little phone makes a rattling noise and goes everywhere she goes. I put the legs on it when she's out in the living room with us, so she can practise walking around it. The legs come off pretty easily when you pull the tabs in the top, right where they click into the tabletop. That was a really important factor for me, as we live in a tiny apartment and ability to store toys easily and with little footprint is a must!
In total, a five star toy. I can tell this will continue to be a hit for months and months to come, and at $28 with Amazon Warehouse Deals, totally worth it.
UPDATE: At 11 months we have finally had to remove it from the playpen because our amateur Hulk had been lifting the entire thing over her head and attempting to throw it across the room. I have a feeling this will not be a common problem. We'll put the legs on it so she can stand and play with it outside. This toy is still a hit, we know all the songs by heart and even sing them sometimes just for the heck of it.
Update: At nearly 14 months it's back in the playpen and as popular as ever. I put the legs on it and my daughter loves to walk around it, pressing the buttons wildly and cackling to herself. If only it had a mechanism for freeing her after she decides to climb under the bottom, scares herself, gets stuck and crouches there yowling like a kitten stuck out on the porch in the rain until we can pull her out (on the plus side, we are greeted like heroes - silver linings) Either way, it's a great table and we still have not had to change the batteries after five months of almost daily play.