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Just a little too much,
This review is from: Fisher-Price See 'n Say The Farmer Says (Toy)
I have to agree with the other review - what's with the bunny going "boing boing"? That's ridiculous. And my son also had trouble pulling the handle for a while.
I admit though, my son likes this toy and it is kinda nice to have two different sides so there are more animals. However, I really wish there was a way to turn off the quiz function. Or if the quiz section was only on one side. This toy appeals to a lot of children who are too young to get the quiz thing, and it's a little disruptive when they get into the groove of learning about animal sounds (even the made-up ones) and all of a sudden the thing is asking them questions. And you either have to fix it by pointing the arrow to the correct animal yourself, or wait until it turns itself off. I mean, I'm sure it's a nice feature for kids who are big enough to understand how to do it, but I just really would rather not deal with it sometimes.
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Initial post: Mar 25, 2012, 6:06:27 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 25, 2012, 6:10:39 PM PDT
Irish Rose says:
My Partner and I found this toy at Target for the same price. We played with it a little to test it out. As far as the quiz section... it is a great part to be added to the piece. It simply stimulates the child's memory skills. It instructs the child to find which animal the noise it mimics. Using the arrow to point to the animal is part of the " memory choice" process. Once the child moves the arrow to the animal it chooses as the answer, then just pull the lever again ( just like pressing a "submit answer button"),,,then the toy will let the child know if he/she was correct or incorrect. COme on people,,, think it through,,, how else is the child supposed to submit their answer. Let's think outside the box parents. We love this advanced see and say. It stimulates both, hearing/language/learning/memory/touch/si
Posted on Dec 6, 2012, 7:09:27 PM PST
Well rabbits do make a shrill screaming sound when there being eaten, would that be better!
Posted on Feb 21, 2014, 7:33:01 PM PST
I agree about the quiz part. It drives me crazy when my 2 year old lands on it!
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