Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Puppy
- Introduces an early understanding of numbers, colours and parts of the body with fun songs and sounds
- Big, chunky buttons help to teach your baby she can make things happen all by herself
- With so much to see and do, your baby will discover more and more fun as she grows
- Includes 10 sing-along songs, the alphabet, numbers, counting, parts of the body, colours and more
- Promotes baby's fine motor skills
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Play games, sing songs and enjoy lots of learning fun with this huggable Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy friend. This adorable plush puppy responds to baby’s touch with music, sweet sayings, and 10 sing-along songs! Puppy’s interactive content introduces baby to the alphabet, numbers, counting, parts of the body, colours and more. Press the heart to see it light up and twinkle to the music. Musical fun and games include Itsy-Bitsy Spider, Pat-a-Cake, a special “I Love You” song, and more.
The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy helps to promote baby’s fine motor skills with a light-up heart, paws, tummy and ear, each responding to baby’s touch while encouraging his eye-hand coordination. In addition, baby’s sensory development is strengthened through Puppy’s soft, plush exterior, light-up heart and sing-along songs. Academics are explored through lessons on letters, numbers, feelings, parts of the body and more.
Invite baby to learn through singing and playing. Point out Puppy’s body parts and then show baby where her tummy, ears and heart are—especially when Puppy sings Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes! She’ll be making connections and learning new things in a fun way.
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Top Customer Reviews
As for it being touchy, it can be but it has to be sensitive for little hands to touch. I wouldnt say it is annoyingly touchy and I have heard it finished songs. Plus the fact that when they are at this age it doesnt matter if it does skips because all they want to do is explore. By they time they get to the age where they'll benefit from it educationally they will have learned not to press it so much and to wait for it to finish. Personally I think it is worth every single penny.
However! - my daughter doesn't like it. She has no time for it at all and cries when it is given to her. She has other singing talking toys that she does like and I don't know what it is about this one - but it just doesn't seem to appeal to her. Weirdly it doesn't seem to appeal to the toddler either.
The big downside of it is that the 'controls' are far too sensitive and it takes a slight brush or touch or knock to stop what it is doing and make it start doing something else which can be frustrating.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my grandson for Christmas, looks to be a great teaching aid, can't wait to see him playing with his teaching barPublished 21 days ago by P. Dunne
Toy lovely but box damaged.
Lovely toy bought as a present. Box ripped which was disappointing