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Fisher-Price Peek a Blocks Build & Spill Musical Turtle


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  • Baby can stack blocks on the back of the turtle
  • Music and lights effect
  • For ages 1 year and over
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.5 Kg
Product Dimensions16.8 x 32.8 x 49.5 cm
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:12 months and up
Item model numberK0615
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FJ7UFO
Best Sellers Rank 427,967 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2006
  
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Product Description

•This cheerful turtle is happy to let baby stack blocks on his back and has music, lights and sound effects for added fun. •The 6 special blocks are easy for small hands to connect and baby can also enjoy shape-sorting on one side of the toy and can press his head to send blocks sliding out as his hat spins. •Requires 3 x AA batteries (not supplied). •For ages 1 year and over.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful learning toy! 8 Feb. 2007
By Sara Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this for Christmas for my 10 month old daughter. She loved it then and still plays with it everyday two months later. At first it was great for the lights and music when either the back or head is pressed. Now she is learning how to put the blocks inside the shell on the open side. Next, I'm sure she will work on putting the blocks inside of the shell on the side with shapes. She also loves to play with the blocks by themselves. Great toy!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great toy! 10 Feb. 2007
By Chilaquiles - Published on Amazon.com
My son's father bought this for him when he was only six months old. At the time, he was too young to stack the blocks, but he enjoyed playing with the blocks and hitting the turtle to make it light up and play music. Now he is stacking the blocks up, knocks them down, and does it all over. He has a blast with this toy, and I can see him enjoying it for months and months to come!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This Turtle Rocks!!! 3 Oct. 2007
By R. TOMAN - Published on Amazon.com
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Our daughter is only 8 momths old, but she fell in love with this toy during a visit to our friends' house and loves playing with it at home now. It's too early for her to recognize which shares go where, but the light and music always puts a smile on her face and knocking the blocks from the top is evem more fun. :o)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Favorite of all the little ones 19 Aug. 2009
By Kristina Hail - Published on Amazon.com
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My nephew (18m) has this toy and he loves it. When my daughter and I stayed w/ my sister for a visit she fell in love with it (10 1/2m -- now 11 1/2m) and within two weeks was sorting the shapes (mostly the circle, the others she could get after a while, but often it was a fluke) and learned how to push the head to get the shapes back out. Having an older cousin to watch certainly helped. She loves the music and the blocks and tries to attach the blocks together and really seems to be learning some basic motor skills from it. Her face lights up when she puts the circle in and claps for herself or her cousin when he puts them in. This toy entertains her for quite some time and will toddle or crawl to it when I ask her where the turtle is. She LOVES it. It's definately going to be a 1sth birthday present. I would recommend this toy.
not that great 21 Sept. 2008
By Gina - Published on Amazon.com
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when my son first got this he liked to play with the stacking blocks. he never played with it much and i never see him playing with it now. and he has had it for 2 years. his one year old sister has never showed any interest in it either. every time i put the blocks into the turtle i find them taken out but the turtle never moves. so a better bet would just be stacking blocks.
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