Fisher-Price GFK04 Laugh and Learn Silly Sounds Light-Up Piano, Infant Toy, Multicolour

Fisher-Price GFK04 Laugh and Learn Silly Sounds Light-Up Piano, Infant Toy, Multicolour

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Brand: Fisher-Price

Color: Multicolor

Features:

  • A musical toy with four ways to play piano notes, duck sounds, cow sounds and learning songs and phrases; ideal toy for toddlers age 36 months and upwards
  • Kids can easily press the eight numbered keys to activate lights, songs and toy music sounds
  • ​Move the slider to switch between each play mode
  • ​Easy-carry handle for take-along play; for ages 6-36 months
  • Includes 1 x Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Silly Sounds Light-Up Piano
  • Note: Try replacing the batteries 3 x AA Carbon Zinc

Binding: Toy

Details: Product Description The Fisher-Price Silly Sounds Light-Up Piano keeps your mini musician having fun all playtime long. As your baby presses the keys they're rewarded with either real piano notes, delightful duck sounds, silly cow sounds or playful songs and phrases about colours, numbers and shapes. And with an easy to grasp handle, you can take this humorous baby musical toy wherever you and your baby go. Educational toys to help with children's development: Academics: The songs and phrases introduce little ones to the alphabet, colours, shapes, counting and more. Thinking Skills: Pressing the keys to hear songs, sounds and piano notes with colourful lights introduces your baby to the fun of cause and effect play. Fine Motor: As your mini-Mozart progresses from batting at the keys to using their little fingers to push each key and grasping the slider to move it back and forth, they're strengthening their dexterity and hand-eye coordination. One of a range of educational Fisher-Price musical toys. Try replacing the batteries 3 x AA Carbon Zinc Safety Warning No warnings applicable

Package Dimensions: 10.6 x 9.4 x 2.4 inches

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