Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Workbench
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- Baby can work and learn with the Laugh and Learn Workbench
- Nails light up as they are pounded
- 15+ sing-along songs and tunes, along with lively music, fun sounds and phrases
- Baby can tap and pound three light-up pegs and sing a counting song
- Volume control for quiet play
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It’s time to build and play! The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Workbench takes fun and comprehension from the foundation to the penthouse! Playtime just got a major renovation, and the end product is industrious fun that lasts for hours. Baby can pound, tap, spin, slide and drill while exploring the alphabet, counting, shapes, colors, opposites and actions, all from his/her very own workbench. Age: 6-36 mos.
Teaches letters, numbers, counting, opposites, shapes, colors, actions and more
Adorable characters, rich music and lots of busy activities
Watch baby construct his/her own world of knowledge through three interactive learning modes and more than 15 sing-along songs and tunes, along with cheerful music, festive sounds, memory-making phrases and adorable characters. There are smiles at every ‘thwack’ of the hammer! Baby can even use a dancing drill, spinning vise, twirling paint roller, count-and-slide ruler, and rattling hammer. Bright colors, smiley faces and lights complete the package. Role-playing for baby just got a new best buddy - The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Workbench!
How does it help my child develop?
Developed for babies between 6 and 36 months, The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Workbench packs a number of developmental benefits for baby, and only makes it look like work. In reality? It’s one fun moment after another, with learning built right in! Through the numerous activities, colors and sounds, baby will gain better sensory perception through the lights, sounds and sights which will stimulate his/her senses. Fine motor skills get polished and tuned through the spinning, sliding and tapping mechanisms, which also improve eye-hand coordination.
Isn’t it amazing?
Watching their faces light up as they explore, discover, play … all those moments when children learn best. That’s why Fisher-Price® builds learning into everything we make. With playful ways to engage curious minds, exercise little bodies, and nurture budding personalities. Because nothing’s more amazing than sharing the joy of learning with your child.
What's In The Box?
The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn™ Learning Workbench includes the Learning Workbench and instruction manual, and comes with 3 AA (R6) 1,5V batteries. When replacing, use LR6 alkaline batteries.
Action-packed features include a dancing drill, spinning vise, twirling paint roller, count-and-slide ruler, rattling hammer and three light-up pegs
From the Manufacturer
It’s time to work and play, it’s time to build today! Your little fixer can pound, tap, spin, slide and drill while discovering the alphabet, counting, shapes, colors, opposites and actions. Three interactive learning modes and lots of tool friends bring the workbench to life, with 15+ sing-along songs and tunes, along with lively music, fun sounds and phrases. There’s a dancing drill, spinning vise, twirling paint roller, count-and-slide ruler, and rattling hammer. Baby can tap and pound three light-up pegs and sing a counting song. Volume control for quiet play. Requires 3 AA batteries.
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Top customer reviews
After pushing the various knobs and hearing the noises on the workbench, our grandson quickly became bored with this toy. I do have hopes, however,that he'll use it for role playing as he gets older. Until then, we re putting it away on a high shelf in the toy closet.
So what about other options? These have been hugely popular with our grand baby:
1. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen: Even at 9 months, this was fascinating and at 16 months, our grandson is already pretending to cook in the oven and use the included pan to prepare the plastic carrot in the set. He can play with this toy for up to an hour, a small miracle. This is one of his favorite toys.
And actually it is 3 toys in one: a shape sorter, a play kitchen (complete with sink, sizzling burner, and oven), and fridge. I do have to keep track of the various pieces but they are easily stored in the oven or fridge. Sometimes we put a few pieces of those baby or toddler fruit puffs in the set's cooking pot to encourage role play.
2. Tolo Toys Rolling Shape Sorter Even before it was used as a shape sorter, our grand baby got a thrill out of hearing the pieces bump and click as he pushed the sorter around the room. The next stage for our grandson was lifting the lid of the sorter, removing each piece, and the putting them back. Then came the actual shape sorting and trying to fit each piece in the right space. At 16 months he is still working on total mastery of his sorting skills but I can practically see the wheels turning in his brain with each attempt. This sorter is also very sturdy and should last years. With another grand baby on the way, the Tolo sorter will be passed down to him. This purchase has been worth every cent.
Only complaint, it is very top heavy. When my daughter tries to pull the lever (has a lot of resistance) she'll tip it over on accident. Been like that while she's between 15-20 lbs (< 1 yr old) and she's doing it while sitting. What I'm trying to say is she is exerting probably the lowest level of force of the toy's age range and the most optimum angle for NOT tipping and it still flips over sometimes.
Still one of her favorite toys. She fell a few times with it and now she's more cautious. Would still buy again.