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- Features familiar favourite Laugh & Learn characters
- Teaches counting first words, letters, numbers, shapes and more!
- Light-up buttons for letters, numbers and shapes
- Easy-to-turn pages helps develop fine motor skills
- Top handle makes it easy to take along
Laugh and learn characters bring familiar songs and nursery rhymes to life.
Turn each page to hear like pat-a-cake or row, row, row your boat. All the while, baby will be learning about counting, first words, letters, numbers, shapes and more - so much learning fun in store.
The Fisher-Price laugh and learn range is based on the premise that babies develop better by experiencing and exploring the world around them at their own pace. Everyday experiences, like a kitchen, home and car, are designed in baby-scale proportion to explore. That way, babies can discover their world in a contextual way, such as learning about numbers through an address on the Laugh and learn home or understanding opposites through sound effects paired with the spoken words of open and close on a product's door.
Six Sing-along Nursery Rhyme Songs Make this a Real Page-turner
Six songs encourage baby to turn the pages and sing along. Hear itsy bitsy spider; Row, row, row your boat; One, two, buckle my shoe; Animal fair; Pat-a-cake; Hickory dickory dock. Plus, there are letters, colours, numbers and fun surprises to discover on each page. When baby presses the three big light-up buttons on the side, hear even more learning content: ABCs, 123s, shapes and numbers. Favourite Laugh and learn characters lead the way, making learning fun and inviting. The carry handle on top lets you take the storybook rhymes book along wherever baby goes.
See What Develops
While baby's learning, important skills are developing, too. The bright colours and rhyming songs all help stimulate baby's visual and auditory senses. Turning the pages help foster fine motor skills. And as baby turns the pages or presses the buttons to activate the songs or learning, she's discovering that her actions make fun things happen - a good introduction to cause and effect.
More Storytime Fun
Talk about things as baby makes them happen - you'll help him understand the idea of action and reaction, such as: You made the song play. Listen - do you hear it? Let's turn the page again.