Fisher Price Dancin' Bandstand Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Newest Review: ... 5 tunes selected using the piano keyboard. Whilst the music is playing, you can use one of the other instruments to make that ... more
Customer Fisher Price Dancin' Bandstand Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/08/10 (Very useful, 186 readings)
This is an excellent product! I was given this when my daughter was about 7 months and I have to admit that the first time it started playing she cried. We left it a week or so and got it out again and she was hooked. The bandstand has a dancing monkey which dances to one of 5 tunes selected using the piano keyboard. Whilst the music is playing, you can use one of the other instruments to make that section stand out more. The other sections are percussion, brass and strings. There is another mode that adds in the different musical sections as you select them and takes them out again if you select it again. My daughter loved this toy, especially the dancing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
We bought this for our 1st child when aged 9 months. She was able to play with it straight away and loved it! The bandstand has a built in dance mat, so even if your child doesn't press any buttons, just by sitting them in front of the keyboard they will activate the music. The whole thing comes alive with funky steel band type music and flashing lights. It's not as annoying as it sounds for parents though - partly as there is a discreet volume switch underneath, so it can be kept at a reasonable volume! Once your child is able to press the keyboard they can alternate the tunes that are played and play a few basic notes. There is also a guitar at the side of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/05 (Very useful, 1820 readings)
Seeing as though this toy was advertised quite a lot before Christmas 2004 and it looked like fun, the Fisher Price Dancin’ Bandstand was our choice for Jon’s main present. Costing around the £40 mark, it can be bought in Argos, Toys R Us or anywhere that sells Fisher Price toys. On Amazon it’s called “Dance Baby Dancing Bandstand”. Not sure where they got that name from. The first thing that attracted me to the Bandstand was the dancing monkey on top. While the songs are playing the monkey spins round and wiggles from side to side. Instantly it catches the baby’s attention and makes the toy interesting. Of course, the first thing Jon did when he saw the ... Read the complete review
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