Fisher Price Ocean Wonders Jumperoo
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- • Moving and jumping enhance large motor skills.
- • Variety of textures integrated into toys provide tactile stimulation.
- • Colorful toys, fun sounds and music stimulate baby’s visual and auditory senses.
- • Baby’s actions make things happen, helping baby understand cause and effect.
- • Reaching and grasping onto toys fosters eye-hand coordination.
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A world of jumping fun for your little one! Everywhere baby looks (in the spinning seat, he can look all around!) , there’s something fun to do with an animal friend from the sea—spinning, jumping, button-pressing and more! It’s safe jumping fun rewarded with lights, sounds and music! No doorway required. Soft spring covers keep little fingers safe. Three-position height adjustment provides a custom fit your child. Requires 3 AA batteries (not included). Developmental Guidelines: Use only for a child who is able to hold head up unassisted and who is not able to climb out or walk. Weight Limit: 25 lbs. (11,3 kg) Height Limit: 32"
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My 6 month old has a blast in this. Still wish it had other. Cool stuff on it for him but he really seems to like it!
Our 5 month old absolutely loves it, it gives him an opportunity to develop his legs and co-ordination while absolutely loving it. Being suspended from three points also gives him a better degree of freedom of movement than similar products.
The inner chair is also free to rotate, and with 3 "play stations" we found that if we rotate our little man every so often it keeps him well occupied.
The music and sounds that play aren't that annoying, and we have been subjected to many in the past few months.
As for the educational aspect of the Jumparoo, I'm not too sure about that, there is plenty of flashing lights, different colours/shapes and moving parts. I'd go as far as saying it stimulates your little one but not that educational.
Only down side that we have is the room it takes up when you're not using it, it does come apart but for something that you are going to use daily, who wants to keep taking it apart and re-building it??
The size is inconsequential compared to the fun they have and the precious free minutes that it frees up for the parent to do other things.
Here is a little youtube video to show you how much our little man loves it, this is only his second go!