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TOMY Little Chirpers Sorting Eggs Learning Toy
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- Hide 'n' Squeak Eggs are full of surprises for little hands to get to grips with!
- Sort the eggs into their spaces - each one has its own specially shaped base inside the egg box.
- Match the colors of the shells to the cheeky chicks inside. Encourages shape and color recognition and provides hours of imaginative play.
- Listen when you press down - each chick chirps a happy cheep-cheep.
- Age: 6 months and up
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TOMY Hide N Squeak Eggs
Chirp! Chirp! These are not your ordinary eggs you find at the grocery store! Crack open the shells to reveal six egg-stra special chicks. Learn shapes by sorting each shell into its own carton spot. Six different face/shell combinations included. Press down gently on their heads to hear them cheep! Best of all, no batteries are needed. Recommended for ages 6 months and up.
Listen when you press down - each chick chirps a happy cheep-cheep.
Encourages shape and color recognition and provides hours of imaginative play.
TOMY continues to Inspire Playtime with a complete product offering of 'Kid Powered' toys. Each TOMY Infant and Toddler toy is cleverly designed by recognizing your children’s play patterns and developmental milestones, without forgetting their unique imaginations to ensure they are kept entertained.
Top Customer Reviews
This toy is great bang for you buck. I would highly recommend this toy for any baby.
Things to know:
The egg carton is the size of a regular carton of eggs that holds 6 egg. It is made from sturdy plastic and is well made.
The eggs are each two pieces, a top and a bottom. The tops can fit on any of the eggs but the faces and colors match (the green face matches with the green egg). The eggs have funny faces on them.
The eggs make a squeaking noise when you push down on the colored "face". The squeak is fairly quiet and pleasant.
I have seen a couple of people complain that the colors aren't right, and I think that's kind of a silly reason to rate this toy badly. I actually LIKE that the toy faces on my set are all brown, because it makes it more challenging for a child to match the FACIAL EXPRESSIONS (subtle) rather than simply matching colors (easy). The "squeak" noise on our chicks is pretty quiet - it's a little bit annoying actually because it sounds like plastic scraping together - but my kids rarely even squeak them.
*** SAFETY NOTE*** Although the toy says there is a choking hazard and that these are for older toys, I allowed my babies to play with them. I assume the choking hazard is that if a chick accidentally came apart a screw would fall out, so I would advise you to periodically check the tightness of the screws no matter your child's age. See the cute pictures of my baby playing with these eggs in the product photo section.
My only disappointment is how difficult it is to open the carton. Neither kids can do it, and I struggle with it too. It's awkward and hard.
Sept. 3, 2012 Update:
I think I've figured out the mystery! The other, more colorful, set is the version sold in the UK. Both a UK YouTube video and the UK's Toys R Us website show the set with six bright colors. Bummer!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It looks really nice in actual. I did not expected it to be this cute.Published 12 hours ago by Jason
My toddler loves these eggs. They not only look like real eggs that he uses to cook with but they also are a shape sorter and a little puzzle. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Westside Mom
My kids love these, but I was worried these would be a huge pain to clean up every day, because the bottom of each egg has a shape that fits in a corresponding shape in the carton. Read morePublished 1 day ago by A. Wolff
I got these for my toddlers for Easter and months later they are still playing with them. They squeak a little when you press them. Great for learning colors and shapes. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Cari J.
These were a gift for my young grandson, age 6 months. He loves them and plays with them often (now 10 months).Published 2 days ago by TXSusan