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We got bought this for our daughter for her first birthday. We already had a wooden block walker so were not looking to buy another one, especially as hse was walking at 10 months, but we were really pleased after we'd opened it!
The Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Walker came in a large but flatish box so needs some assembly when opened. My husband did that for me. He had to put the wheels and the handle on the main base of the trolley. The toy comes with 3 items of shopping for the cart, a set of two eggs that click in and out, a red tomato that acts as a rattle and a box which looks like cereal which also acts as a rattle.
There are also 4 shapes that go in the top: a green tin of peas, a yellow star cake, 3 carrots and a red strawberry. There is also a book where the page can be turned and a rattle that goes round. There are three modes for this toy: shopping, music and learning. The learning mode give the names of the shapes as they are pressed down and teaches numbers, colours and words. The learning mode teaches about going shopping and the music mode plays tunes when the trolley moves, something is placed in the trolley, the shapes are pushed down, the book page is turned or the spinner is used.
I love this trolley. As soon as my daughter got it out of the box she enjoyed playing with it. She pushes the trolley around the room and puts all her other toys in it. She turns the page in the book and claps her hands and dances to 'If you're happy and you know it'. She takes all the shapes out of the trolley and tries to put them in random places round the house. She also likes to climb on the trolley and likes to be pushed around whilst sitting in it so it's obviously very sturdy!
This toy costs about £40 which is a bit expensive, but it has kept our daughter amused for ages so I think it is worth the money.