Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
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The ultimate baby/toddler toy.
Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Kitchen
Member Name: mapesy
Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Kitchen
Advantages: So much to learn and play.
Disadvantages: nothing at all
Fisher price laugh and learn kitchen.
My daughters 1st birthday was creeping up so I was getting excited and trying to find many things to buy for her that she would love. The first place where I saw the kitchen was in Argos for around £65. I was drawn to this straightaway so I suggested to my partner and to my dad.
But they didnt really take much attention because they had not seen it. Eventually I and my partner went to Toys R us and we were putting a few things in the trolley and then I spotted it. I showed Steve and he said yeh that good and he put it in the trolley I was so happy as I knew she was going to love it.
To my surprise Toys R us had slashed the price which was good. The kitchen is a very new toy so im sure they done it to assure people to buy it from them rather than some where else.
We bought it for £55 so we saved £10 from the original price.
So on the night before her birthday I thought I would assemble it so that she would walk in and see it as soon as she got up.
The box size is 76x40cms with a plastic carry handle.
I started to take all of the pieces out of the box. There are quite a lot of pieces but its a large toy so I kind of expected there to be a lot of stuff inside.
I found it very easy to assemble. Most of it went together by clicking into place. There were around 4-6 screws to be put in and then you are away.
The batteries were included so it was all up and running within 20-25mins. I had a little play to test it and I was very pleased and excited at seeing her face in the morning.
Features and benefits.
The kitchen has 3 different modes of play which are:
Learn the alphabet with music and crawl through fun.
Drop balls into sink for counting.
Spin numbers on the stove fun.
Sort shapes and discover colours.
Lots of opposites to learn, Like up & down, on & off, in &out and open & close.
Sing along with 21 delightful songs including classic favourites and fresh originals.
Enjoy songs an, greetings and fun phrases on the radio stations.
25+ sounds and encouraging phrases with activities.
Discover the joy of role play in the familiar comfort of a kitchen, with lots of idea-starting activities and realistic sound effects.
Part 2 of my story
So when it came to the morning I let her walk into the living room and she just looked stunned. At first she did not think it was for her and she waited for my approval before she would touch it that was really cute.
She started to explore it on all angles and she was on a top buzz playing boo through the gap in the oven.
Opening and closing the fridge with the sound effects, turning the tap on and off yet again with the realistic sound effects.
She keeps discovering new things all the time with it. It seems to be never ending with sounds and songs.
I found that she now likes the drop through sink where you put the balls which came with it down. She tends to try to put whatever she can down the hole to see what fits including remotes and keys bless her.
Also the shapes which can either go in the fridge or on the top of the arch on the other side. She tends to try them in the arch.
She discovered the on and off light switch after a month of having and she thought that she was really clever and kept showing off as she was doing it.
There are many things on there to play and learn with. It is definitely her favourite present and plays with it everyday. It does exactly what it says on the tin.
It is definitely worth investing in and most definitely worth the money.
You can easily pick it up and move it when needing to like when hoovering as it has a handle on the arch.
It is not collapsible so you do need to make sure that you have the room for it. But you could always just put it to one side in the evenings and then get it out again in the day time.
Because it is double sided for double the fun you need space either side of it.
The age range on this is for 6 months to 36 months so you can see from that just how much it has rolled into one.
I bought this for her at 1 year and I definitely think she will keep on playing with it for years to come.
The only loose parts with it are a play saucepan and a big plastic play spoon, 3 shapes and some colourful play balls for the sink.
All these pieces are big and would not be a choke hazard.
So my view of this fisher price laugh and learn kitchen is an all round winner 10/10 in every way.
A real must have for any little baby girl or boy.
Thank you for reading and I hope this helps anyone who is looking to buy this.
Summary: This is the best baby buy I have ever got.
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