Fisher Price Say Please Tea Set Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Newest Review: ... thinking to email them about it. The cakes (not cookies) slot into the plate in a certain way as each cake (not, you know ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Say Please Tea Set Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/11/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
My daughter got this last Christmas and is still played with almost daily, especially as she has just got a tea trolley for her birthday. This is such a cute little set and aids children with learning manners, co-ordination etc. It has the sounds tunes shapes and colours all an important part of learning. This Fisher Price set costs £16.99 from Argos and is suitable from 6 months up. It consists of the teapot and two cups which all have a cheeky face on them. Also a plate with 3 plastic cakes on, but whilst checking the latest price on this I looked at Argos and they call the cakes teeth-able cookies?? anyone can see they are cakes, thinking to email them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Although I have my 4 year old twin boys to look after I have a very close friend who has a little boy in nursery with my twins as well as a 14 month old girl who I have had a lot of involvement with since the day she has been born. She even calls me 'Mama' lol. I babysit her a lot, have bought her gifts and use the majority of her 'things' around the house. For her 1st birthday I bought her a gift which was the Fisher Price Say Please tea set. You can buy this from places such as Argos, or online on Amazon too. It costs roughly £15 depending on offers etc at the time. The tea set is suitable for children aged 6 months and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
The Fisher Price Tea Set has gone down a storm in our house, it cost us £15.99 from Amazon and contains a smiling teapot, two cups and a plate with three plastic cakes on it. It all sounds quite bland and uninteresting (And i'm sure the weird promo shot attached to this product on Dooyoo can't help matters), but it is a fun and educational toy which our little one absolutely loves. The teapot looks nice its a good enough size for any child over 12 months to hold, it is battery operated and when you make a pour motion it makes a pouring noise, when you press the music button it has two songs it plays, one to the music of the national anthem and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Whilst sorting through some of my daughter's baby toys recently to decide which she had grown out of, we stumbled across this musical tea-set that she absolutely loved when she was younger and has now started playing with again even though she is 4 and by rights should probably be too old for. Consisting of a pink teapot, two cups and a small tray with three matching slots for the appropiate cakes, this toy is a sweet, charming and wonderful product from the company Fisher Price; long known for their excellent reputation for producing great quality toys. The kettle has two modes; one for singing and one for playing. In the singing mode, pushing the teabag tag ... Read the complete review
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