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My daughter received this as a gift for her first birthday and she absolutely loved it and still does 6 months on. This is an ideal toy for a 1 year old not only providing fun entertainment but also provides opportunties to develop manners and coordination.
In the set there is a very cute little teapot with a smiling face that sings and even makes a pouring noise when tipped up, very realistic sound effects. You also get 2 matching purple cups and a tray with 3 different cakes (different types of shapes too for futher education.)
This was a perfect gift for my daughter as she had just begun to experiment in her own pretend play and this set meant she could offer people cups of tea and if you were really lucky you even got a piece of cake. It should be noted that this toy has also proven very popular with my nephew who is off a similar age to my daughter, whenever he visits he loves playing with it and singing along to the different songs.
Typically of fisher price this is an excellent quality that shows no signs of wear and tear despite copious amounts of knocks and bashes Set came with the required 2 x AA batteries already installed and showing no signs of giving up yet.
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 about it.
The cakes (not cookies) slot into the plate in a certain way as each cake (not, you know now) is a different shape, we have the round cake with strawberry icing, the square chocolate cake and the triangle sponge with white icing and white hundreds and thousands on top. The teapot lid opens up and has a little hole bit with what is meant to look like a teabag in it at least I think that is what it's meant to be.
The two cups are cute and a nice size making them easy for a child to hold onto.
Now the teapot is excellent it has three different settings, a music one a role play one or a learning mode. The music mode plays two tunes. You press the music symbol on the teapot to set it off once you have the correct mode chosen but it does play tunes on all modes really. I am sorry I cant remember exactly what each mode does in order, I should after the amount of time been playing with it. The learning mode teaches manners, when you open the lid is says, Hello/Goodbye open/close & up/down. One of my favourite parts of the set is when you tilt the teapot as if you are going to really pour tea and it makes a pouring sound.
Honestly this is perfect for any child that enjoys role play, we've had hours and hours of fun with this set but sometimes I do wish we had a bigger family as there's only so much plastic cake I can bite into and so many cups of invisible tea I can drink. I was laughing so much last week whilst we were playing with it as when she brought me my cup of tea (role play remember) she tripped and threw the cup at me so I then proceeded to pretend to wipe all the tea off myself. Her face was a picture and she was looking at me as if I was totally mad, I'm sure if she could talk more she would have said "mum you do know this isn't real don't you". Still makes me laugh now.
The whole set is safe with no bots to break off and batteries are sealed safely.
Set came with the required 2 x AA batteries already installed and still going strong.
I highly recommend this and is worth more then 5 stars. Be prepared for lots of tea drinking and cake if you get your child one.
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 other a laid back tune about having tea, both are really catchy and our little one loves to bop along to the beat. The teapot is about 4 inches by 4 inches and weighs around 300g so is easy to move around and store.
The cups are small and purple with nice faces on, they don't do much but give little one something to pour the imaginary tea into and then give to mummy and daddy whilst the plastic cakes are again purely for show and using your imagination, thankfully they are too big and solid to be swallowed. The whole set is easy to store although it is easy to lose the cakes.
We love the set, our little one uses it to make us tea and it helps understand the processes of making tea and sharing, we have got great value from this and I expect it to be relevant for another 18 months at least, it looks good, is great fun and well worth the money.
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 over.
It looks lovely, and is definitely more for girls thanks to it's purple/pink colour scheme.
It's a chunky pink smiley faced teapot, with a curvy spout and purple lift up lid. The teapot comes with a shape sorting plate, 3 shaped 'cakes' and 2 teacups.
Although the teapot is rather chunky it's not too heavy for a child of 6 months obviously depending on the size and strength of the individual child. The little girl I babysit although 14 months old is really small, but she copes with the size of the teapot really well.
The set is an interactive set but without this interaction it can be used as a simple role play toy and something to stimulate children's minds. Children do learn from watching people around them. Serving food on plates and making cups of tea are surprisingly fascinating to children, so it was no surprise to me that when this little girl received this as a gift she quickly started trying to pour me a cup of tea and passing me a plate with food on it. Clever girl!
However the teapot does offer more than it's roleplaying facility as it is interactive. There is a music note button on the teapot which can be pressed which initiates playful songs and tunes being played. One of the songs involve the words 'say please and thankyou'. This I really like about the set as manners are a very important part of everyday life so for a toy to encourage this in fun I think it's brilliant.
The plate has shaped holes on it, and the 3 cakes which come with the set are each a slightly different shape, therefore your child has to place them in the correct space. This working on hand eye co-ordination for your child as well as their concentration. The little girl I babysit has great fun trying to place them into the correct holes and then passing me a plate full of cake - don't know what she's trying to say lol! The plate and cakes also teach children shapes. Obviously only them three but they are a circle, square and triangle shape, so the very basic shapes a child would learn at first.
In my opinion this is a fantastic little toy as it offers so much and will last with a child growing as it has a variety of offers like I've mentioned, the role play fun, shape sorting, learning shapes, singing, learning please and thankyou and it's just fun! I'd definitely recommend this to any parent, particularly with a young girl.
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 situated at the top of the teapot makes the toy play a little song that goes along the lines of "Time to have a cup of tea; some for you, some for me. Let's be friends and always say....please and thank-you!" Lifting the lid also makes a musical twinkling sound.
In Play mode, pushing the teabag tag simply makes the teapot whistle a short little tune but tilt the teapot up and you get a drickling noise as if liquid was being poured out into the cups! This is a wonderful idea and quite inspired because it adds a extra level of realism to when your child is having a tea party! I remember my daughter asking me once, after pouring "tea" into both of the cups for her dollies "why don't I need to fill it up again?" Priceless!
The cakes come in three different shapes and represent three different flavours. In the accompanying tray there are three slots for them to sit in and each cake only sits in one slot so this is good for helping your child to develop sorting skills though of course, there are other toys that Fisher Price produces that do this much more extensively and this is just a feature that has been added onto this toy almost as an afterthought.
Overall I still really love this toy. It helps teach your child manners with its little song and is lots of fun and very interactive to play with. Like I say, even though it is a bit of a babyish toy, my daughter has recently begun playing with this again since we dug it out so expect to get lots of use out of it. And priced at around £16 from all good toy stockists, it is good value for money too and not at all irritating and annoying like some of these toys can be!
Share a pot of tea—with two cups, three tasty treats, and plenty of songs, sounds and fun phrases to go around. Introduce the delights of pretend play while helping baby learn about counting, shapes, opposites, manners and more. Open the lid for magical interaction and a peek-a-boo pal inside. Press the teabag for songs! Needs 2x AA batteries