Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Baby Grand Piano Reviews

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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Baby Grand Piano

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We bought this for our son’s 1st birthday, as he loves music and we wanted something that would play a song rather than just a sound after touching a button. My son often plays the music and dances to it. Its great that there are so many different modes and programs for the piano to do so many different things. Kids of all ages love playing with it (including adults) as it caters for different ages with the different modes. I love the fact that the instruction mannual is on the fisher-price website so that you can see alll of the things it can do before going to the shop-as its always hard to tell from the box.
appeals to all ages, bright and colourful, does loads of different things, plays parts of a song by pushing one button
expensive-but it does lots of different things, can be a little short as my son often kneels to be at the right height and he’s not tall.

I like this toy, it is fun and provides some great introductions to music and making sounds. Little children can easily make music with it and it has a variety of different programs that make it interesting. Often on special at the big toy sales too.
A fun piano that is better suited to babies who can sit up. I bought it for my toddler but due to him being so tall, he had to sit down to play it.
The batteries on this piano died not long after I bought the toy which is very annoying. Some of the voice sounds are a tad annoying after a while.

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Great colourful, learning, playful toy for young infants to toddlers, would definitely recommend product and buy as a gift. Various fun playing modes.
Colourful, fun, educational. Lots of songs and things to learn, interesting for baby to play with. My son 8 months loves the pages that you can turn and flips them open and closed over and over again! Looks like it can be a toy from young infants (without legs) to older toddlers, i have even enjoyed playing some tunes with it, great way to teach and have fun playing together with your baby.
I preferred it as a floor toy as my son cannot stand or crawl yet, but once i added the legs i realised they were not removable, it would be better if legs were able to come apart for storage purposes and to transition from standing piano to floor/table use. Little green note at the back does not make any sounds, but bub still loves to play with this piece!

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