Fisher Price Kick and Play Piano Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: Newborn / Type: Musical Toy / Baby will soon be ready for concerts outside the crib!
Newest Review: ... flashing lights and look at the cute characters on the piano. The piano itself is a simple plastic rectangle which is then ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Kick and Play Piano Reviews (8)
by - written on 09/10/08, updated on 09/10/08 (Very useful, 395 readings)
In 2003 I discovered I was pregnant with my first child, he was the first baby of my generation to be born into my family and as you can imagine he was thoroughly spoiled, he received all manner of gifts when he was born, something that hasn't changed even though he's now 4. One of his favourite toys that he received as a baby was the Fisher Price Kick & Learn (or Kick & Play, it goes by either name) Piano, a toy that is able to be in or out of babies cot. The Kick & Learn Piano is for the most part made up of fabric, the actual piano keys are touch sensitive pads underneath the fabric outer and there is a small plastic display above the keys that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I bought the Fisher Price Kick N Play piano when my daughter was a baby. When she had got to about 6 months old she would happily lay in her cot in the mornings whilst I got ready so felt it would be handy to have something in there to entertain her. The piano simply ties on to your cot bars. We put ours on the side so she could not only reach it with her hands and feet but she could also watch the flashing lights and look at the cute characters on the piano. The piano itself is a simple plastic rectangle which is then encased in a quilted cover which has a picture of a piano on and several cute characters. There are five shapes across the top ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/00, updated on 10/10/00 (Very useful, 136 readings)
When my son was born, I wasn't sure whether to get him a Kick & Play piano or the Sparkling Symphony Baby gym. In the end I got him the baby gym because he could lie under it while he was small and didn't do much! (He loves this & it keeps him quiet for hours.) However, a week ago I spotted the Fisher-Price Kick & Play piano in a shutting down shop for only £15, which was half price. My baby is very lively and his little legs are always going! People say to me that he's going to be a cyclist, a long distance runner or a footballer! so I bought him this to see if he could put all that kicking to good use! The Kick & Play piano has a brightly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/00, updated on 19/12/00 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I read another opinion, and the writer did not really like this toy. I feel that I have to disagree, and I think that my littlest one would too. On his cot he had the old Fisher Price Bear, (the one with the rattle in one hand and the mirror in the other. It is bright yellow, and has bells on it and rattles that you can press etc)and he likes to kick the string that hangs down in the middle and makes a really big racket with it.. It annoyed the devil out of me, especially at 5-6 in the morning when I want to sleep. (He shares our room at the moment you see...!) And out of complete desperation I wanted something that he could play with, that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/00, updated on 05/08/00 (Very useful, 59 readings)
We bought the Kick and Play Piano for our daughter for Christmas when she was about 4 -5 months old. Although it kept her entertained for a while when she was younger, she doesn't seem that interested in it now. Apparently it is supposed to keep the child amused until they around 2 -3 years old, as they can play notes on the piano keys. I have sat with her on a number of occasions to see if she would like to press the keys, as on one setting it does different animal noises. She plays with it for a minute or so and then gets bored. I suppose that all kids are different so what might entertain one child, might not amuse another. Up to now I think ... Read the complete review
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