Learning makes a splash with music, sounds, adorable friends and plenty of fun with the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Birdbath! Two play modes and more than 25 sing-along songs.
Teaches: Numbers, colours, shapes, sorting, sizes and helps develop musical appreciation.
Age 6 - 36 months
When buying birthday or Christmas presents i often look at the fisher price range as personally i like their value (in terms of durability, appearance and learning value) however i often dont buy them as they are pretty pricey! However recently ive discovered that The Warehouse (and probably other stores) reduce these in sales quite a lot! I brought this birdbath for $25 and was totally happy to pay that much ~ what a saving!!
I loved the fact that it had lots of songs and there is lots of parts that can be touched and learnt (eg baby bird, mummy bird). Or you can tap the pond for counting. There is also four veggies which go through teaching shapes, colours and sorting. I also liked that the voice/music wasnt overly annoying or have a really bad accent like some toys do!
When given to my 1year old niece for her birthday she was curious but wasnt too sure at the same time. In saying that this would be the first interactive toy she has had. It didnt take long before she was playing with it and clapping her hands when she managed to get the music to play!
I will definitely be buying in the future and fully recommend to others :)
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