As part of a program with Mom Select and Fisher Price we were sent some products to try out. Of course my children love them. These are a few toys we have decided to keep instead of donating them. I figure they will be great for play dates and they are very activity oriented.
I had no idea what Fisher Price was going to send us, but they picked out some great choices. These were already some of my kids’ favorite Fisher Price toys because they played with them at their cousin’s house in Oklahoma.
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This adorable lion grows with your developing child, from his first strides to his first ride. In walker mode, your little one can grasp onto the chunky handle and experiment putting one foot in front of the other. A large wheelbase provides ample stability.
When Baby is ready, simply fold the lion’s tail down to convert the walker into a ride-on. In ride-on mode, your little rider can use the lion’s ears as handgrips. A large seat gives your child plenty of room. Lion features a soft tuft of hair around its ears. Touch its nose to hear music or a mighty roar! Music and sounds also encourage and reward your baby as he walks or rides around the house. Requires 2 "AA" batteries (included). Measures 19"L x 13"W x 15"H.
From the Manufacturer
Crawl through the barn door to start the fun on the farm – feed the friendly cow, flip the light switch, and meet all the farm animals. In the Learning Mode, baby learns early academics through each activity. In the Music Mode these same activities play music and encourage baby to play along. And in the Imagination Mode these activities teach baby experiential learning through fun role play and realistic sound effects. The alphabet, counting, opposites, animals, colors and more will be provided through this two sided role play toy. Farm comes with 3 shaped pieces for shape sorting and 3 eggs for chicken coop drop.
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These toys are eligible and so are many other Fisher Price baby and toddler toys. My kids are enjoying making farm animal sounds and opening and closing the door to the farm. They are also having a great time riding the lion and slapping the nose. As much as our doctor protested the use of walker type toys, when my son was in Texas with his grandmother he used a baby stroller to gain the confidence he needed to start walking. So use your own best judgment when allowing your child to use a toy with wheels to as a walker.