Fisher-Price Little People World of Animals See 'n Say,Multicolor
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- With two pages of animals, kids will discover a variety of new friends in the animal kingdom
- Teaches children animal names and sounds
- Point arrow at animal picture and pull lever to find out its name and hear its sound
- Quiz questions offer toddlers a chance to test their animal knowledge!
- Point arrow to the music note to hear fun songs about the animals.
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A wild adventure with every spin!
Toddlers will have a blast exploring the animal kingdom with Eddie using their Little People World of Animals See 'n Say! Just point Eddie at an animal and pull the lever to hear that animal's name and the sound it makes! Flip the page to see (and hear) wild animals or farm animals. And when kids are in the mood for some tunes, point Eddie to the music note to hear "Old MacDonald" or another catchy sing-along song!
Where fun & learning come together
Spin the See 'n Say round and round to learn all about various animals, both down home on the farm and in far-away places around the world. And when kids are ready, test their knowledge with a super fun quiz mode! Point Eddie at the question mark to hear a quiz question and then point him to the answer. The more they play, the more they learn!
See what develops
The World of Animals See 'n Say is filled with exciting discoveries for little learners to explore. And it does more than just help kids learn about their animal friends. As toddlers make wondrous discoveries by spinning Eddie around and pulling the lever to hear exciting sounds and songs, their little hand muscles are getting a great workout!
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From the farm and into the wild, the Little People World of Animals See 'n Say is opening up the world of the animal kingdom to introduce kids to the names and sounds of a wide variety of creatures. With two exciting pages—one dedicated to farm animal friends and one for exotic wild beasts—this spin on the classic See 'n Say will ignite their curiosity while boosting those all-important fine motor skills. To start the learning fun, select a page, then point Eddie to an animal and pull the lever to discover its name and hear what it says! Little learners can even put their knowledge to the test with a stimulating quiz mode! Simply point Eddie to the question mark, pull the lever, and the See 'n Say will ask your toddler to find a chosen animal. Kids then spin the arrow to point to their answer and pull the lever to find out if they're right! For musical fun, point Eddie to the music note, where your toddler will delight in silly songs about the animals on both pages. Where development comes into play Fine motor and sensory: Toddlers boost dexterity as they move the arrow and pull the lever to hear different sounds. Cognitive: Build their sense of wonder as they discover new animals and learn the animals' names and sounds! Social/emotional: Kids can gain confidence as they test their knowledge about their new animal friends in quiz mode.
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|Item Dimensions||1.56 x 8.66 x 8.86 inches||12.40 x 7.28 x 3.03 inches||9.00 x 1.75 x 11.00 inches||11.50 x 10.50 x 5.50 inches||6.42 x 6.93 x 8.07 inches|
|Item Weight||1.00 lbs||0.02 ounces||3.20 ounces||1.61 lbs||1.00 lbs|
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Update: Now that we’ve unboxed the toy and played with it a few times, I’ve noticed that it’s very frustrating to use. It is very difficult to hold the device with your left hand and pull the lever with your right. There is a handle, but it is inconveniently placed at the top of the toy rather than on the left side where a person could get a firm grip before attempting to pull the lever. Also, the fact that you can’t pull the lever back to back is super annoying. You’re forced to keep pointing to a different animal, and when the arrow spins, it points to yet another animal. I gave 3 stars because all the sounds work, and they match the animals.
This toy is much smaller than the original one, what you receved seems to be an overpriced 'mini' version.
It's a childs toy but too difficult and complicated for a child that need an adult to help him.
The string to activate the toy is so hard to pull that my son can not pull it hard enough to make it work.
Unfortunately the animal sounds were too difficult to hear over the whirl of the wheel as it spun.
1) You need to line up the arrow with the animal before pulling the lever, in order to hear what that animal says. Simple logic for an adult, and maybe for a three year old. I'm not, however, convinced that it's easy for a one-year-old to make the connection. I would imagine that playing the sound of the animal that the arrow lands on would be an easier sell.
2) There is a near-zero percent chance that a one (or even two) year old toddler could activate this on her own. Maybe your child is half-god, or dragonborn, or in the 99th percentile on that elusive grip strength chart at the pediatrician's. Otherwise, you have to grip the body of the thing tightly, and really pull down the handle with your other hand. How much force? Think operating one of those Jane Fonda hand-exercisers, but for kids. You have to pull the handle _all_ the way down in order to trigger the sound effects, too. A quarter of an inch short, and the handle will spring back up with zero payout. This was frustrating for my newly-toddling toddler. We ended up having to trigger it for her.
In short, I'm optimistic that this will be entertaining when my daughter is older, and has the strength needed to pin down a smallish dog. Until then, it's something that seems to require parent operation.
This crazy version has a child speaking and it’s so damn fast that I can’t understand it let alone my baby. I returned it because I don’t want my baby growing up thinking cows bark or horses meow.
Please fix this!