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Fisher-Price Fun-2-Learn Smart Fit Park
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- Allows kids to learn and exercise through multiple levels of learning games and timed challenges with this TV-interactive system
- Teaches: Letter identification, Numbers & Counting, Addition & Subtraction, Spelling, Shapes, and lots more
- Kids can hop, skip, jump, walk and run on the activity pad
- Easy setup with TV
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With this TV-interactive system, kids can hop, skip, jump, walk and run their way through multiple levels of learning games and timed challenges. From a fun warm-up session through 4 learning games and 3 timed challenges, right up to the big race, Smart Fit Park features plenty of music and variety to make it extra-fun to learn through active play. Teaches: Letter identification, Numbers & Counting, Addition & Subtraction, Spelling, Shapes, Patterns, & Colors, Musical exploration, Motor skills & lots more! Easy setup with TV. Requires 4 AA batteries (not included).
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When it says "3" it means "3" :) I did not factor in that my daughter was not quite at the stage where she had patience and could follow directions perfectly... she didn't stop to listen fully yet and got frustrated extremely fast with it, she didn't realize she had to stay on the "sidewalk" and wsa stomping on the function spots randomly and we both got frustrated and put it away... now she's 3 1/4 and I realized one day she was following directions very well and could focus on things one step at a time so I pulled the "wii" out again and she LOVED it.... it was a match made in heaven.... she spent two and a half hours on it the first night and had to be convinced to go to bed so she could play it the next day.... she was thrilled and excited with every accomplishement and came to tell me all about it every time she finished a challenge, she answers their questions, picks what they say she can pick from and does it all on her own...she runs and stomps and jumps and walks to her hearts delight.... we've since upgraded the TV to one with a/v ports which made my life infinitly easier than dealing with a VCR through to the Coxaial cable on the old tv which took forever to get to match up :) so I just have to turn her tv on and put it on video in the morning on weekends and she can pull the mat down and turn it on whenever she wants to play.....
my only worry is how much stomping can it take? I have had other kids visit who are twice my daughters age and I forgot to put it up, I found them stomping like mad with such force I was sure they had damaged it.... and the cables I worry about if they get twisted or bent.... and I'd say definately something to watch if you still have a little one around who is at the stage where they wrap things around their neck.... not issues per say just worries ...... one of those things to be aware of....
all in all, she's happy as can be... and I am too :) am I on the Wii successfully now? no.... in the time it took her to grow mature enough to follow directions the baby grew into a toddler that is always attached to my leg :) and BTW I have to put up a kid gate to keep him out of sister's room while she's playing her "Wii" because he gets in the way and tries to "help" poking at the mat and flipping the switch off etc as younger siblings in the "I want to do everything you do" idolizing stage are apt to do :)
Yes the graphics aren't the best in the world but it's a kids toy... think along the lines of Nintendo grapics after you upgraded from that Atarii :) it was nice to get some shape and color wasn't it??? :) kids don't mind (unless it's a tv show, and then the tv snob comes out ;) ) they just like the graphics and "friends" to play with while they run... so round up a TV that's appropriate, has the A/V inputs and isn't HD :) but relatively nice enough in screen size so they can see all that's going on :)
The mat is very easy to connect to your TV. With the graphics/sound, you do not need any cables other than those provided. It is a simple yellow (video) and white (audio) RCA cable that will connect to any TV that has RCA jacks. The Smart Fit is easy to turn on, too. My daughter has no problems flipping the switch and start playing.
The graphics leaves some left to be desired. It looks like the old 8-bit original NES "engine". Although given the price and design of the Smart Fit (i.e. the computer squeezed into a little box on the corner of the mat), it does NOT give off the feeling of the purchaser being ripped off, as some of the newer toys so eloquently do. The sound is very archaic as well. Make sure you do not turn the sound on your TV up too much as you may damage the speakers. The music and voices crackle and are muffled at every level and turning your TV up too loud exasperates this. Again, given the price and intended design, none of these factor effect my star rating.
Now for the caveat...I'm not sure if this can be corrected in future models or if it is just something that must be dealt with given our situation. We have carpet in our TV room. Whenever our daughter runs, jumps, and even walks on this mat, because it is not stuck down with anything (i.e. Velcro, double-backed tape, etc.) the mat moves all over the place. She isn't running any harder than I would expect a child to on this mat, the back of the mat is not made of material that would keep the mat in place on carpet. I'm sure this can be avoided if the floor is hard (i.e. laminate, wood, tiles, etc.) but we do not have a TV in a room without carpet. Therefore, every 3-5 minutes of normal use, my wife or I have to readjust the mat to center in front of the TV.
We decided not to return this item because we felt the costs to return did not outweigh the fun our daughter has and the desperate exercise she gets while using this toy. Given she received this as a gift for Christmas, it has really come in handy given the cold weather and inability to play/run around outside.
If you plan on getting this toy anyway, just be aware of this issue with carpeted floors. If this will be a frustrating and annoying problem, I would not recommend getting this. I do not have any alternate suggestions for this toy, except for maybe the Smart Bike; although I have not seen this toy in use. However, it seems that it would work better on carpeted floors than the Smart Fit.