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Introduce baby to a place full of exciting sights and sounds and lots of safe jumping fun with the Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo. Designed for use by a child who is able to hold his or her head up unassisted and who is not yet able to climb out or walk, this baby jumper delights baby with interactive play options and stimulating movement to help encourage healthy development.
The Rainforest Jumperoo is a safe and comfortable place for baby to sit and play, whether they stay for just a moment or for several minutes. Two soft leaves extend from the frame to create an overhead canopy with soft toys that dangle down for fun bat-at play. It also features a rotating seat with soft spring covers that keep little fingers safe from pinching and three-position height adjustment for a custom fit.
Everything your baby needs at playtime can be found in the Rainforest Jumperoo. Its frame allows you to open it up from the top and lets the seat rotate 360 degrees so your baby can play and interact from any side. A fun seat and toys at five locations on the platform engage baby all the way around and an electronic toy at the front has motion, music and lights that can be activated by baby spinning a drum. Parents can also activate an option for four minutes of continuous play.
Little explorers will also enjoy playing with the Jumperoo's many animals and toys, including a bobbling elephant, a monkey swinging from a vine, a parrot hanging from a bead bar, a clear spinning bead ball, a tiger that plays hide and seek, a spinning lizard that makes rattling sounds, a tethered chew toy and a stack of chips with eye-catching graphics for baby to explore.
The Rainforest Jumperoo is designed to help encourage healthy development. Moving, spinning and jumping in a baby jumper enhances large motor skills. Secondly, the variety of textures integrated into the rainforest toys provide tactile stimulation, while the bright colours and fun music engage your child's visual and auditory senses. This educational system also enhances learning through discovery; the baby's actions make things happen, helping them to understand cause and effect. Finally, reaching and grasping onto the baby jumper's toys fosters hand-eye coordination.
Parents will appreciate the quick take-down and portability of the Rainforest Jumperoo - the frame pivots to a nested position so it can be tucked away when not in use and it simply folds so you can carry it from room to room. No doorway is required to use this toy, making it a breeze to set up anywhere.
The Rainforest Jumperoo includes a motion sensor that encourages kids by rewarding them with lights and sounds when they jump. It has a weight capacity of 25 pounds and requires three AA batteries (not included). It measures 32 x 43 x 37 inches.
After a number of recommendations from friends, I put this item in my wishlist. At full price I feel it's a little expensive for what is essentially a baby toy, however, I was... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kirsten
Worth every penny, my baby loves his jumperoo. It's bright and colourful and great for his neck and leg muscles and he loves the toys.Published 3 days ago by Chris H
Excellent buy great price. Bought for my granddaughter for our house, has been a godsend she plays in it all the time, loves it.Published 4 days ago by sadie urie
Love this so much, great product. Baby has been having so much fun for last couple of months, now 7 months old. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Essie Lou
My little boy loves his jumperoo. One of the best purchases we made.Published 5 days ago by LORNA SCott
My son is 6 months and loves this - he bounces and is so alert and active - he loves exploring all the different features and smiles so much in it - would recommend to all parents... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Charon Gidda
We tried the Baby Einstein jumper first. My advice: Don't bother looking at other brands, if it doesn't have the long vertical springs, it's not going to bounce properly. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mozzie