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Little Tikes Activity Garden
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- Learning featured throughout play environment helps infants develop fine motor skills
- The play center easily transforms without tools into an open, two-sided play center for unlimited play
- Interactive take-along double-sided play panel features a mirror, learning clock, ball shaker, movable clicking bugs, and a three language interactive telephone
- Crawl-through obstacle course, Shape-sorter mailbox, working Tap-a-Tune piano sits atop the open-close door
- Movable, look through telescope, open-close window shutters that feature a ball drop flower pot
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With the Little Tikes Discover Sounds Activity Garden, children six months to three years old can develop motor skills and cognitive abilities while playing with a variety of toys. The activity gym can be set up in open or closed play configurations to accommodate different ages. Infants will love the stimulating colors, shapes, and textures. The set features a crawl-through obstacle course, a ball-drop flowerpot, doors that open and close for peek-a-boo, a telescope, and a shape-sorter mailbox. There's also a removable play panel with engaging sound effects and a multilingual telephone.
Open and Closed Play Configurations
The Activity Garden easily converts from a closed play center to an open, two-sided play gym without the need of tools. The closed play configuration keeps babies inside, but allows exiting through the arches. The open configuration allows access to both sides of the gym for older children.
Working Doors and Windows
The Activity Garden features doors and shutters that open and close, making it great for games of peek-a-boo with your baby and providing easy access to the play area.
Take the Double-Sided Play Panel with You
The play panel features a mirror, a learning clock, a ball shaker, movable clicking bugs, and a three-language interactive telephone to engage language learning. Your little one will develop fine motor skills and learn how to count in English, Spanish, and French. The panel also plays animal sound effects and silly sounds. The removable panel can easily be taken along on car rides and other trips.
Engaging Activities in an Educational Play Environment
The activity gym includes an arch to crawl through and a shape-sorter mailbox for learning about shapes and colors. There's also a musical piano on top of the door to play with, a ball-drop flowerpot with four balls, and a telescope for children to peer through.
Design and Assembly
Little Tikes has designed the gym to be a safe play environment for your baby. The plastic components are sturdy and easy to put together. Adults should be able to assemble this in under an hour with a Phillips screwdriver.
What's in the Box
Small arch, ball return, 2 shutters, shutter door wall, window box, large arch, mailbox, mailbox base, door with piano key, 2 arch supports, front door wall, telescope, telescope base, telescope nut, telescope screw, arch for slide, play center, slide, play center base, 3 letter blocks, 4 balls, 4 wall knobs, 27 screws, and instructions.
DiscoverSounds Activity Garden
At a Glance:
- Engaging play environment helps infants develop fine motor skills
- Easily converts from a closed play center to an open, two-sided one without tools
- Door with musical piano top and windows that open and close
- Removable play panel features three-language telephone and other interactive toys
- Crawl-through obstacle course, ball-drop flowerpot, telescope, and shape-sorter mailbox
- Six months to three years
- Phillips screwdriver
- Two AA batteries for play panel (not included)
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
This toy is meant to encourage development of kids from 6mos to 36mos. The bright colors attracts their attention, the simple ball drop makes a crawler wonder where it went, the peek-a-boo game they play with the door and you can set the toy up anyway you want! 2 year-olds will start to play pretend (I actually saw my friend's daughter pick up the phone and say hello)... One 3-year old focused on the telescope because he was a pirate while his twin sister thinks its her tea room. It was not meant to have advance technological apps and bright lights and music and all that sort of things but instead, it's the "play" that entices the childs' imagination, creativity and discovery.
I will also say that we live in a small space so all toys have to be purchased with a lot of consideration. I liked that this had several toys in one - ball drop, shape sorter, door, phone, etc.
After reading all the reviews, I got this when my 5 month old was just starting to sit and scoot. I wanted something that would offer her a variety of options in a small space since she wasn't very mobile. She can sit in the middle and reach all four sides to play or watch me manipulate it. I agree with other reviewers that the red arch will need to be removed once she standing so that she can fit through the door way - it is a design flaw - but removing it will not impact the integrity of the piece.
At 6 months, my daughter likes the mirrored side of the activity panel, opening and closing the door, playing the chimes on the door, watching me use the ball drop, and playing "peek a boo" with the shutters. She has started to try to "scoot" over the slide with help. I think she feels secure sitting in it and likes that it is "her space".
As she grows, I know it will encourage her to pull up.Read more ›
Update: My son received this activity toy when he was one, and now that he's two he still plays with it. He's way too big for it and barely fits inside but I guess children like to play in tight spaces! Anyway, he still mostly likes the mailbox. He also likes to put all his toys in it and stand inside it then run back out. The arch over the door was permanently removed so that he can go in and out the door without issue. Overall still could have been more smartly designed, but your young toddler will probably get enough play out of it for it to be worth the seventy dollars, especially if you get it on sale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my oldest son when he was about 4 months old as a Christmas gift. He began to use it around 6 months when he could sit up well. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Heather C
Not all holes predrilled activity center too stiff to play with sensory objects. Much lighter than I thought only work well with deep carpets. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Koz
This would be a great toy except for the "removable panel for take along fun". My child has leaned and used it to stand (he is crawling and learning how to stand) and the... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Jennifer D
Love this toy! its has many activities that are child powered. no bells, no lights, no overstimulation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Janet Stewart
This is a cute playset. It is not of the same quality that the Little Tikes Garden from the late 90s was (my parents still have mine and my son plays with it too), but it is still... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nathan Brazell
I bought this and not even a day after putting it together the arch for the window was ripped off and would not go back together both of the archways are very weak and the screws... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Zachariah Toutloff
I purchased the little Tikes activity garden for my baby when he was 14 months old. He enjoys exploring in this little house and playing with the ball-dropping, mail box with... Read morePublished 5 months ago by AMAZON-LOVER
Okay- so this is a fun toy, but it is rather small when considering it is for a toddler. My kids got plenty of use of out it, but don't expect them to go sliding down that slide... Read morePublished 5 months ago by ajosglo