Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Shop and Learn Walker
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- Walker features a wide steady wheel base and a comfortable grip handle for baby
- When baby walks music and lights encourage him to continue and sing along to ABCs and other learning songs
- There are four grocery items to shape and short as well as three additional grocery items
- The car recognizes which item baby has shape sorted, rewards him by saying the color and shape of the item along with activating dancing lights
- Teaches colors, shapes counting, letters A-Z, opposites, textures and objects
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Around the time he started pulling himself up onto things, at about 10 months he started to pull himself up onto the cart. We keep the cart in his room, which is carpeted so it doesn't roll too fast. The first few times he tried to pull himself up on the cart, it fell over. But it is very light and didn't hurt him at all, just startled him a bit. After a few weeks he was able to pull himself up on the cart while keeping it steady. It taught him some awesome body coordination skills. He enjoyed pulling himself up on the cart and picking the toys out of it and throwing them on the floor.
Around 11 months he started being able to push the cart across the room while walking. He was not walking or standing independently at this point. The cart has been great for teaching in and out opposites as we tell him to put toys in the cart and then take them out again. It is his very favorite toy.
The change of modes is nice but my son tends to prefer the "It's learning time!" mode, and gets annoyed when we change it to one of the other modes. The volume control is great, we try to keep it on the lowest setting for our own sanity and our son hasn't figured out how to flip those switches yet.
This is a really great toy and I do recommend it but with a disclaimer to keep it on the carpet until your child is a confident walker because carpet helps to keep it stable and slow it down.
|Length: 1:26 Mins|
Only cons: doesn't turn easily and the shapes are easily misplaced/lost-- but that can be said of any children's toy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This shopping cart has gone through 3 boys already and pretty soon a girl and it looks brand new. As their Grandma I was concerned about their safety and it's very sturdy so no... Read morePublished on April 15, 2014 by Marilyn in Iowa
'Santa' brought this shopping cart for my son when he was 11.5 months old. THAT morning, he was cruising around the kitchen with his shopping cart (he has been unable to stand... Read morePublished on August 13, 2012 by MAMABL
My son has some developmental delays. He's 16 months and just now learning to walk. This shopping cart was at my employers house and my son would always play with it while I was... Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by Bryce Bunch
This toy is amazing, this was a excellent gift for my cousin. Fisher-price is a great brand, so i didn't hesitate to buy this productPublished on January 10, 2012 by anfesa2002
Grand daughter was just learning how to walk...this was wonderful as she just got up and went with it the day she got it. Very stable structure and was easy for her to push. Read morePublished on April 26, 2011 by Nana
After reviewing many walkers, we bought the fisher price laugh and learn Shop and Learn Walker.... We are VERY happy with it... Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by Ari's Mom
This is not an ordinary learn to walk toy. It is very educational and will be used for "shopping" around the house long after my son learns how to walk. Read morePublished on January 5, 2011 by debo
I bought this basket for my niece for her first birthday. She loves it. Watch out though, it has a few small parts (not small enough to swallow) that can get lost very easily. Read morePublished on December 24, 2010 by CT
The Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Shop and Learn Walker is amazing. We gave it as a gift for our niece's 1st birthday. We put it together so that she could use it right away. Read morePublished on December 10, 2010 by MB