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BYOB.
By Kay H. on August 4, 2014
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Yes, it pops well on tile floors. It pops on carpted floors too. It is a very cute toy!
By Diane Olson on November 21, 2014
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I stand behind the Fisher-Price name. Quality is good. A classic toy that can be enjoyed for generations to come.Our grandchidren are loving playing with the Fisher Price Barn thqt our children loved. Tried and true value.
By jane cross hamlin on August 15, 2013
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The neighbor kids play with it and they are that age. Don't expect them to be captivated with it for long stretches of time
By mark r mataya on April 24, 2015
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Well it does not come that way. When delivered, it comes in one piece. I do see that there are small screws in the toy that might allow the toy to be taken apart, but I have not tried to do so.
By Nancy on November 26, 2013
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No it does not! I have an 80 year old home, with original hardwood flooring throughout (have been refinished of course) and there is no scratching, or any damage whatsover.
By Kindle Customer on September 10, 2013
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I do not think it can help with walking .simply because it does not allow the child to balance themselves with it. How ever I am sure it will make a child more interested in walking so that they can stand and push it around. My grandson was already walking we he got this toy.
By P. Barron on July 21, 2013
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We do not have hardwood floors but it does work well on ceramic tile.
By Carrie A Gwinn on November 26, 2013