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Fisher-Price Stack 'n Surprise Blocks Musical Croc Block Wagon

4.7 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews

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  • The Stack 'n Surprise Block line rolls to a whole new level of fun with the Croc block wagon
  • Generous building surface on the Croc's back where baby can stack one or all of the 6 included blocks
  • Each time baby stacks they will get a great peek-a-boo, pop action from the blocks
  • Flip out the handle and as baby pulls him along they will get fun sound effects and music
  • To see more, click the "Watch it in Action" link located under the images
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Product Description

Product Description

Fisher-Price Stack'n Surprise Blocks Musical Croc Block Wagon

Fisher-Price Stack'n Surprise Blocks Musical Croc Block Wagon brings tots a wagon full of musical building fun. Kids can stack blocks on the crocodile's back for peek-a-boo, pop-up action or enjoy put-and-take play. When the hungry croc gets its meal, kids are musically rewarded. When kids are ready to walk, they can flip out the handle for pull along fun. Kids can bat at the croc's large eyes or discover a squeaky surprise at the tail.


Why Youâ€ll Love It: This musical building block and pull-along toy engages kids with lots of ways to play.

Age: 6 months and up

Features
  • Enhances learning through discovery
  • Teaches cause and effect
  • Offers visual stimulation
  • Music stimulates auditory skills
  • Builds fine motor skills, balance and coordination
  • Can be used as a building block and a pull-along toy
Batteries Required: 3 AA

From the Manufacturer

It’s a wagon full of musical building fun. Baby can stack blocks on the crocodile’s back for peek-a-boo, pop-up action. Or enjoy put-and-take play, feeding blocks to the hungry croc for musical rewards. And when baby’s ready to walk, flip out the handle to pull it along. Includes six peek-a-boo, pop-up blocks to stack, with plenty of storage space inside and lots of building surfaces from tip to tale. Baby can bat at the croc’s googly eyes, or discover a squeaky surprise in his tale. Stimulating the Senses: 1) Bright colors, smiling faces, rolling eyes and pop-up action offer visual stimulation. 2) Fun music and sounds stimulate auditory skills. Enhances Learning Through Discovery: 1) Lets baby make things happen, encouraging understanding of cause and effect. 2) Encourages thinking skills as baby figures out how to stack blocks and anticipate surprises. Encourages Developing Motor Skills: 1) Builds fine motor skills as baby grasps and stacks blocks or places them in the croc’s mouth. 2) Enhances balance, coordination and gross motor skills as baby learns to pull the wagon.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 34 x 7.5 x 8.5 inches
Item Weight 5 pounds
Shipping Weight 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B00386QEG2
Item model number T4336
Manufacturer recommended age 6 month - 3 years
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4.7 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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My son received this for his 1st birthday, and it's been such a big hit that the giver went and got one for each of her kids.
It's an alligator on wheels, with a long handle (you can't see it in the picture). Your child can pull it around the house or use the blocks in multiple ways. There are 6 blocks that fit onto various parts of the alligator's body. They are also designed to stack. The mouth opens, so your toddler can "feed" the alligator. The back of the alligator opens up so your child can put the blocks in and out. Lots of uses! Our son (who is now 16 months) loves it, and uses it daily. I'd recommend this for 12-24 months. The eyes also spin and there is music that plays when you open the mouth, which can be turned off.
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This toy is so cute and will definitely grow with your little ones. It has all the plusses that most kids like...sounds, different shapes, bright colors, interacts with your child. The eyes spin, the mouth opens so your child can "feed" the croc blocks, then they can lift the center up to retrieve the blocks. Also, the underside of the croc can be unfolded to make this a pull toy, and the croc makes even more sounds. Within the 1 month I have had this toy for my grandson to play with, he discovers something new each time. When he comes over, this is one of the first toys he crawls to, and will sit and play with it for a long time. I highly recommend it, and it doesn't take up that much room either, a big plus for any home with many baby toys! Originally saw this at a major toy store, and decided to buy through Amazon.com as I was able to purchase using the free shipping plus no tax.
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By bearsey on November 30, 2010
My daughter received this toy for her first birthday and it was an instant success. She did not want to see any of her other new toys after seeing this one. She plays with it almost every day. It is great for teaching object permanence, dropping into containers, stacking blocks, pulling and pushing, etc. I would recommend this toy to anyone with a toddler!
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7 months old on Christmas Day, my grand-daughter was completely captivated by the Croc Block Wagon. I am not surprised that it won a 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio award. The enjoyment that she found opening and closing the wagon, rolling the eyes and manipulating the stacking figures was contagious. Maybe a negative (for parents!) being that it motivated her to become more mobile and now, in the New Year, she is busy crawling around retrieving the figures, pushing and pulling the toy and reacting to the musical output. As the Wagon is new, although it appears sturdy , it is not really appropriate to rate it for durability- so I have gone for Fisher Price's reputation and given 5 stars. If you want a good review go to the Oppenheim Site which is brilliant for aspiring mums and dads and doting grandparents, godparents and relatives. Hopefully it will be stocked in the UK soon as I was a little miffed to have to pay the extra shipping. (I have a Masters in Education and teach in the Primary Sector but try to focus on the fun element of toys and this is FUN.)
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I got this for my daughter at 10 months for Christmas. She loved it then and still loves it, and she is 16 months old. I like that she can stack the blocks, shake the blocks, and also pull the alligator behind her. She likes the music and rolling the eyes of the alligator too. I am not as crazy about the music, but it does play "it's raining it's pouring" and I think a couple of other songs. She likes to also turn the alligator over and push the button on the bottom (little black button that is more apparent when the pull part is up)that turns off the current music and makes a strange wood block sound (sorry that is all I can compare it to). So I hear a lot of noises on a daily basis from that thing. She liked it a lot initially because she was into pushing cars around and now that she is older is is fun for her to have it trail after her. She plays with it at least some way (playing with the blocks or pulling the 'gator) at least once a day. I would suggest this to someone if their child is into pushing cars around on the floor or likes stacking blocks things on each other(of course they should be in the age group that this is intended). It isn't for all children of course, but I realized what my child like doing and this was what I picked. I definitely appreciate my choice, the only thing else I would like to note is that after over 8 months is that I have only changed the batteries once. Which is not to bad in my book.
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Reports from the soon to be six month old are that he is excited to play. With mom, dad and grandmom's interaction, I am told he is rocking forward and sideways to get into the action. The colors and shapes and innumerable combinations of same, appear to attract and hold interest. In addition, this thing moves. What could be better. How many things can you pull in this world. And they come along? I'd get myself one, but it would be odd. I'm 65.
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We got this toy for our 6 month old. She didn't really play with it at first and this may have been because she wasn't yet crawling and manipulating things while sitting.

Now that she's 8 months old she plays with it all the time. She enjoys the sounds and songs that it plays when the mouth opens and closes, she loves hitting the button at the back which makes the squaking sound, and she especially likes using it as support as she crawls around on her knees and she loves chewing on the little toy 'men' that come with it.

Once she starts walking, I bet she'll be happy to be able to pull it around the apartment with her.
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