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Fisher Price T4336 Stack 'n Surprise Blocks Musical Croc Block Wagon
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- Wagon full of musical building fun! Baby can stack blocks on the crocodile's back for peek-a-boo, pop-up action
- Enjoy put-and-take play, feeding blocks to the hungry croc for musical rewards
- When baby's ready to walk, flip out the handle to pull it along!
- Includes six peek-a-boo, pop-up blocks to stack, with plenty of storage space inside and lots of building surfaces from tip to tale !
- Baby can bat at the croc's googly eyes, or discover a squeaky surprise in his tale !
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
Minimum age: 6 months
Requires batteries: 3 x LR06 - provided
Supplier warranty: 1 year
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on 27 May 2012
This toy is very expensive for what it is and what it does. With this kind of budget there are hundreds of toys that provide far better value. It is a shame that it isn't more realistically priced as my Grandson, aged 12 months loves it.
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14 people found this helpful.
My grandson loves this toy
on 9 April 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
This toy is so cute and will definitely grow with your little ones. It has all the plusses that most kids like...sounds, different shapes, bright colors, interacts with your child. The eyes spin, the mouth opens so your child can "feed" the croc blocks, then they can lift the center up to retrieve the blocks. Also, the underside of the croc can be unfolded to make this a pull toy, and the croc makes even more sounds. Within the 1 month I have had this toy for my grandson to play with, he discovers something new each time. When he comes over, this is one of the first toys he crawls to, and will sit and play with it for a long time. I highly recommend it, and it doesn't take up that much room either, a big plus for any home with many baby toys! Originally saw this at a major toy store, and decided to buy through Amazon.com as I was able to purchase using the free shipping plus no tax.
8 people found this helpful.
Croc Block Wagon is Tot Block Buster!
on 5 January 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
7 months old on Christmas Day, my grand-daughter was completely captivated by the Croc Block Wagon. I am not surprised that it won a 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio award. The enjoyment that she found opening and closing the wagon, rolling the eyes and manipulating the stacking figures was contagious. Maybe a negative (for parents!) being that it motivated her to become more mobile and now, in the New Year, she is busy crawling around retrieving the figures, pushing and pulling the toy and reacting to the musical output. As the Wagon is new, although it appears sturdy , it is not really appropriate to rate it for durability- so I have gone for Fisher Price's reputation and given 5 stars. If you want a good review go to the Oppenheim Site which is brilliant for aspiring mums and dads and doting grandparents, godparents and relatives. Hopefully it will be stocked in the UK soon as I was a little miffed to have to pay the extra shipping. (I have a Masters in Education and teach in the Primary Sector but try to focus on the fun element of toys and this is FUN.)
Maybe too soon to tell
on 25 August 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this for my 11 month old son, because I watch him play and is already stacking blocks and i thought this would be great for him. I am all about the wood toys because they are better quality but i think that sometimes toys that make noise are fun for children. Im not sure what i think or how much he likes it. Its bigger then i thought it would be. it seems to be durable. i guess i thought my son would really love it and he seems to think its only ok. the stackable figures might be better if they stayed up all the time. and they are a bit large for little hands. they have cute faces, but if they arent stacked, you cant see them. it is not very noisy at all.(thank goodness) Even on high, the volume is very soft. the sounds are cute. very springy but in low pitch, which doesnt grate on your nerves. it doesnt annoyingly remind you every so often to keep playing, which is great. it only makes noise when its mouth is moved. its actually very cute. my son loves to push it around. thats about as much use as its gotten so far. i guess i just thought my son was going to love it more then he does, but it was only delivered yesterday. i will update at a later time, when i can get a better idea of how he feels about it. so far, im neutral on this.
2 people found this helpful.
on 17 August 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
My son loves this toy! We bought it for him when he was about six months old, and he would primarily open the mouth and spin the eyes. Now he's ten months old and he has started putting the blocks onto the croc's back and tail. He loves to squeak the little blue thing and we're working on putting the blocks into the croc's mouth. I figure he'll continue to play with it differently as he grows and can use different motor and cognitive functions. This was definitely a good buy.
One person found this helpful.
Lots of Uses, very fun.
on 28 March 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
Our son loves this toy. It is a great pre-mega block/lego toy. It teaches how to stack blocks in a simple way. It also has a pull handle so he can drag it around the room. Finally the mouth opens and closes and he loves to feed it other toys (which can then be taken out via a lift up compartment under where the blocks are stacked.
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