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Fisher-Price Barnyard Basics Flip Flop Egg Drop

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  • Sturdy Plastic Body
  • A Simple Game For Young Children aged 2+
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Item Weight635 g
Product Dimensions11.2 x 15.2 x 27.9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:24 months and up
Item model numberM1444
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Best Sellers Rank 359,301 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight848 g
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Date First Available29 Feb 2008

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By P. Kinsella on 24 Feb 2012
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Bought for my little grandson who has learning difficulties to keep him amused and to teach him to use his hands.It has pull, twist etc levels where you open up holes for the balls to pass through to the lower level. He loves the noise the balls make!! Very sturdy and worth every penny. Highly recommend.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Just like I Remember 28 April 2008
By Bandomom - Published on
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I had the "Tumble Tower" version of this toy back in 1969. It was a favorite of mine, so when I saw the "Flip Flop Egg Drop" I had to get it for my kids. The toy is a great tool for improving puzzle solving and coordination skills. The new barn design is very cute with details like ... hay bale for yellow slider, barrel for brown spinner and tractor wheel for the wheel turn. There is not a sand timer like the original, but in my opinion it is still a wonderful toy!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good for older child. 14 Dec 2008
By J. Moss - Published on
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My older sons had more fun than my younger son. To move the balls from one level to another, the knob/button/etc must be moved for EACH INDIVIDUAL "egg". The "egg" needs to fit in the little slot just so, or it's not going anywhere. This is too complex and time consuming for younger children. I think the target age for this toy is mismarked. It is very durable though. With 4 boys, it hasn't broken yet. It may be a perfect fit for a older child who need physical therapy.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Awesome for curious toddlers who love balls! 12 Dec 2008
By A. Morris - Published on
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I have a 2 year old boy who loves balls and figuring things out. If the balls in a toy are free, he tends to throw them around the house and subsequently lose most of them. This toy is a HUGE hit with both him and me. He loves to get the balls down through the different levels, and I love that he can't get his hands on the balls. It will keep him busy for 30 minutes at a time! Way to go, Fisher Price!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great educational toy! 9 Dec 2008
By Mary K. Gamblin - Published on
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I bought this toy (though I only paid $10) for my son's 2nd birthday. Every kid at his party wanted to play with it and it's something he and his brother have played with every day since. There are no lights, sounds, or (yay!) batteries, and yet it's great for helping develop problem solving skills and fine motor skills. I definately recommend it!
Best toy EVER, 21 Jan 2013
By Robin Kaufman - Published on
My Dad's best friend gave me the original of this toy when I was a year old, back in 1970. I played with all thru my childhood. For the longest time it lived in the back window of my Dad's car so I could be kept busy. So long that it became slightly warped from the sun (we lived in South Florida). It's a shame they don't make it anymore, I'd love to get it for my best friend's one year old.

She can't have mine. It now lives on a table in my livingroom. I still play with it.
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