Fisher-Price Little People Stop 'n Surprise School Bus
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- Toy school bus with the Bus Driver
- Pushing down on the seated driver starts all sorts of action--lights, talking, and a song about stop and go
- Seated figures wobble when the bus moves
- Vehicles feature a song to teach kids about different actions
- Little ones will love playing with this delightful schoolbus!
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"Stop and go! Stop and go! On to school, let's take it slow!
With a beep beep! honk honk! all around the town, stop and go and round and round."
We bought a bus when my son was about 1.5 year old. He like diggers and buses, especially school bus. This toy became his favorite. This bus has a stop sign, which is an important character of school bus. Its side door and back emergency door can be opened also. It also includes a bus-driver, two little kids and a wheel-chair. I like the wheel chair since it tells the kids the difference between ramps and steps. Another favorite feature is the song coming with the bus, sometimes the bus lights will flash with the songs.
It has several pieces which open: the side and rear doors, and the little red flag that tells other cars to stop. When you open the red stop sign it either plays a laughing sound, or a frog croaking (there's a frog hidden behind it). My son absolutely loves this!
He also enjoys opening the side door and the back door, moving little people into the bus, and sitting them in one of the five open seats (one driver, four passenger). The open top means it's easy to get the little people in and out if you don't feel like using the doors.
There are two problems with this bus, one of which bothers my son. First, as other reviewers have noted, it doesn't roll well. My son isn't in to rolling cars far, but if your child is, there may be better choices than this one. Second, the back door pops off a little too easily. This makes my son unhappy, which means I have to rush to snap it back into place. Seems like it could have been designed to stay in place more consistently.
Overall this is a fun toy with a few drawbacks. As others have said, make sure you have some other little people to play with when you buy it!
+ looks nice, good details
+ the sounds and flashing lights are appealing and fun
+ side and rear door open, letting your child play with moving people in and out through the doors.
- doesn't roll very well, only a few feet before stopping.
- the back door is easy to snap out. Fortunately, it's easy to put back in, too.
A fun toy for your child, but be aware of the issues when you buy it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well. All parts included. Bought it for one of my students who loves buses. All the students enjoy playing with it.Published on January 3, 2014 by Paula
This was a gift for my 2-1/2 year old granddaughter. It is her favorite toy. IShe could add a couple of extra little people too. Well worth the price.Published on January 28, 2013 by Judith Holder
This is by far his favorite toy he got for christmas. It is very durable as well. He loves the little song that plays and it is not too long and annoying or loud!Published on January 5, 2012 by tah dah
We got this for my toddler just after he turned two. It plays one of several different sounds when you press on the driver's seat. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by John L. Miller
This bus has made it through several years of play. One of the hinged doors has fallen off, but still plays music and my kids still pick this as a toy to play with throughout the... Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Sarah Harrison
My son certainly loves to play with this musical bus and its little people passengers! Ecstatic that we made this purchase! Read morePublished on February 23, 2011 by Mj
The wheels on this bus are not the typical wheels that turn on an axle. The black tires turn on the red wheels. This does not make for an easily roll-able toy. Read morePublished on January 29, 2011 by Blaber