CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Dora's Talking House
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- Bring Dora's world to life with this exciting transforming dollhouse!
- This colorfully styled talking dollhouse opens and expands to reveal several rooms of interactive play!
- Pull up the roof to reveal the second floor, while various accessories unfold, transform, light up and make sounds.
- Press the doorbell, fridge, oven, kitchen table, family photo, and radio to hear over 30 phrases in both English and Spanish.
- Includes 3 figures: Dora, Mami and Papi. Additional figures and furniture sold separately.
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Our little girl is SUPER hard on toys. She keeps using this as a step stool. By all rights, it should be broken, but it's not! It takes so much abuse! It's perfect for two children to play in because there are two sides for playing. I love that it folds down. I was worried about the foot print, but it's pros outweighs the cons. I agree with other posters that the educational value is low, but play value high. Some people complained that when you fold it, you can't store things inside of it. That IS true for furniture. We found that if you scoot things into the center (under the second floor) before you fold, you can get quite a few things to store inside of it. Right now, it's got about 6 little Lalaloopsy's, 2 large and 4 small Dora figures, the dora bed, and many of their "pets".
This goes in our top 10 best toys ever. I think $50.00 would have been a very fair price for it.
The Fisher Price Dora the Explorer Talking Doll House is most notable for its size and the multiple rooms contained within. The best of the rooms is the kitchen because it is here where most of the sounds are created and where most of the fun can be found. The other rooms in the house are basically empty, but the kitchen already has built in appliances and other things. I have found that my girls like the kitchen most of all and they have fun playing with the refrigerator, stove, and other objects. They like activating the sounds and interacting with the included toy figures of Dora and her madre and padre.
Speaking of the sounds, this is one of the main features of the Dora the Explorer Talking Doll House. These sounds are bilingual, but not always entirely so, and they are intended to help children learn Spanish words. When a button is pressed, the refrigerator door is opened, etc., the phrase will be stated in English first. Press it quickly again, and the phrase will be repeated either entirely in Spanish, or with the final word or words in Spanish. All of them feature Dora's voice, so young fans of the show will easily recognize the voice and enjoy the sounds.
This talking doll house has much to offer young fans of the television program, but there are some features/facts about this dollhouse that make it less than perfect.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My girls love this playhouse. They are having the time of their lives using it!Published 20 months ago by Doodle mom
im a someone who had this as a child so i was looking back on some of my old childhood toys and i came across a recall for this house.... for LEAD POISONING. Read morePublished 21 months ago by caroline
This toy was recalled by Fisher-Price due to a lead poisoning hazard. The paint contained high levels of lead.
This is one of the best toys we have ever purchased for our grandchildren.
Please note: The dollhouse comes with built in furniture and includes 3 figurines: Dora, Mami and... Read more
I have a 3 year old son and a 1 year old daughter and they both love this Dora house. It keeps their attention for a long time and it stimulates their imagination. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Jflynn1717