The baby will enjoy the classical-style music; soothing lights and water bubble show with this crib-attaching Ocean Wonders Aquarium. Five ocean friends swim peacefully across the aquarium screen while lights fade on and off in a tranquil pattern. Sweet songs or sound effects play, and bubbles rise to the surface. After ten minutes of play, both baby and you will feel councey and relaxed. There are three modes of operation so that as baby grows, the aquarium will continue to be entertaining. Busy activities help baby transition to quiet time. It requires 3 D batteries, which are not included. It Measures 13.38″ x 4.5″ x 11″ and fits most standard cribs.
- Five oceanic characters swim peacefully across the Aquarium while 3 lights fade on and off in a soothing fashion
- Lovely classical music plays one of 5 songs (or one of 3 sound effects plays) all the while bubbles rise upwards to the “surface”
- Four classical styled songs, 2 sound effects
- 3 modes of use: 1 = Sounds, Lights and Water/Swimming Motion. 2 = Sounds & Lights
- Age Range Birth to 36 Months
- 3 = Sounds only Busy activities include spinnig crab, flutter ball and baby activated on/off button for the sitting baby
My wife keeps buying Fisher-Price products for our infant. I don’t know why. Most of the P.O.S. products we have bought from them have either malfunctioned prematurely, or have fallen short in expectations due to shoddy construction and/or poor design. This product is no exception. The concept is good, but execution is terrible. You will go crazy trying to find the tiny, recessed screws on the battery pack, in order to attach the unit to a crib. In addition, they easily strip, even with the proper sized screwdriver! This makes it impossible to either install the unit, or to remove it!!! Whoever designed the crib attachment battery pack part of this product should be fired Donald Trump style!!! Back to the drawing board Fisher-Price.
Jerri Thornwood, NY
We purchased this product after we received the Ocean Wonders Aquarium Bouncer and found how much our baby loved it. Our baby loves to watch the lights and moving fish in this crib toy. He’s only 12 weeks and can’t yet push the buttons to turn it on himself, but he still enjoys it immensely! It is the only thing that will soothe him when he has a fussy night. The only thing I dislike is the short running time. The guide says it will stay on for 10 minutes, but ours only stays on for five. We have to get up and turn it back on at least a few times for our baby, but it is still well worth it!
Cassandra Murfreesboro, NC
My daughter has the older model, but I would highly recommend this. It is easy for her to operate herself. She will turn it on in the middle of the night and go back to sleep without bothering us. The music is nice and so are the other sounds. It casts a nice soothing light as well. I recommend having rechargable batteries. My daughter has been using this since she was 6 months old. She is now 17 months and still loves her fish!
Pam Windsor, KY
Royalty never looked or felt so good as Princess Sophie. She holds her jewel clacking beads in her hands for baby to play with, and her skirt crinkles to keep baby’s interest. Her bold colors and contrast prints help with visual stimulation and development. The high contrast patterns stimulate vision. It crinkles for auditory development. This is the perfect for baby’s first doll. The bold colors and contrast prints help with visual stimulation and development. Lamaze makes a great for your baby.
- Bold colors and contrast prints help with visual stimulation and development
- Crinkle for auditory development
- Perfect for baby’s first doll
- Color teething beads
- Lamaze clip lets you hook Sophie to strollers, carriers and diaper bags
My daughter loves this toy. Unfortunately she ripped the plastic attachment thing right off. Now we can’t t take the toy on road trips.
Marguerite Kirkland, AZ
bought two of these and my daughter liked the other one better than this one. they are super cute, though. bright colors.
Pat Sumner, IL
Ava’s first doll put it on her carrying seat right know it colorful for her to look at. easy to hold and likes the way it crinkles
Merle Sheridan, MI
This Sassy Counting Friends n’ Net Bath Toy is a fun fishing net that is easy for little hands to grasp. Your baby will delight in scooping up the characters into his fishing net. Numbered fish and friends also link together for more bath time fun.Fun toy for bathEasy for little hands to graspCounting funColorful linked fishFine motor development
- Fun toy for bath
- Easy for little hands to grasp
- Counting fun
- Colorful linked fish
- Fine motor development
I bought this toy for my 1 year old daughter who chews on all her bath toys. The rubber duckies molded very quickly on the inside with the water we could not get out and I wanted to find her a bath toy she could safely chew on and that I could easily clean. This toy has done that for us. It also has become her favorite thing to play with. She likes for me to “catch the fish” and she takes them out of the net while I count them. We do that numerous times each night. This toy has become educational as well with the counting we do.
Wilda Twist, AR
Given to a 1 and a half year old as a gift. She was very excited about the net. Great gift to help her start learning to count and identify colors. Shipping was fast and item came in good condition.
Rosa Jamestown, OH
We have been using this toy for two years and it is still in great shape! The creatures that come with it won’t hold any water in them, so they never get moldy or gross. The net does get water inside, but we store it at an angle so it drains overnight.The net is great since it can be used to catch more than just the included shapes. My two kids like to catch their floating letters or any other small toys that float by!I don’t really like the actual creatures that came with the toy, just because they are so strange-looking! I honestly can’t really tell my kids what they are supposed to be, except to say they are “sea creatures.” We usually just say, “Catch the blobs!” I mean, yes, you can see that they are a whale, starfish, and a few random fish, but they’re not all that true-to-life!One thing my 3-year-old likes about the sea creatures is the numbers on each one. They are numbered 1-5, and he will make sure to catch them in numerical order. If one is missing, we have to dig in the toy box until we find it! My 1-year-old is working on her fine motor skills by catching things with the net, too. It is such a basic toy that it can be used for a long time and still create a fun game!
Mallory Rye, TX
Fun take along wood Turtle pal! Features: • Easy to grab •Fold all the pieces in to see the turtle’s shell •Flip them all out to see it’s head and limbs •Fun peek a boo play •Grasping play for baby
- Turtle turns inside out
- Closed is a blue shell
- Easy to grab and hold
This is perfect for little hands. The way it flips and transforms from one view to another activates their imagination. Not to mention that this toy doesn’t make any noise.
Lori Nelson, WI
I love wood toys. So I was happy to try out this little guy and see how my baby and my toddlers liked it. Well, when it arrived it was super cute and I was impressed by the quality and cuteness factor. But unfortunately my 2 year old was not. I realize it says 12 months plus; but to me it’s not worth buying a toy that will be played with just for a few months and then they are not interested in after that. So although *I* liked it, I just don’t see my kids interested in it at all, unfortunately.
Ruby Lima, MT
I ordered the "Skip Hop Giraffe Safari Flip and Play, Turtle" to give to my granddaughter, but after I received it, I changed my mind and plan to donate it the children’s hospital. This toy operates as advertised, but I don’t think it looks, in any way, like a turtle. When you look at the picture of the product, imagine it rotated 180 degrees. It then looks exactly like a rabbit with eyes near the top of the head and two big bunny ears. When the toy is flipped open, it looks like a turtle with no shell since the center becomes hollow. The opposite side of the toy is supposed to resemble a turtle shell (with head tucked in) – but to me, it looks like a turquoise circle with white circles drawn on it. I’m probably being too picky, since the pieces of the toy do flip from one side to the other so that the turtle is supposed to be in the shell, or out of the shell – but I just thought it might resemble an actual turtle. I don’t think a child much younger than 12 months could manipulate the "flip" feature, and the toy is not brightly colored. The colors of the wood pieces are very "soft" and almost pastel. It’s just my opinion, but I think that toddlers 12months plus, have seen pictures/drawings of turtles in books or in play sets, and will not recognize this toy as a turtle. The reason I’m donating the toy is that some toddlers may have fun just flipping the wooden pieces. There is nothing structurally wrong with this toy – it just doesn’t look like a turtle to me.
Jessica Farwell, TX
Stack them up and they stick together. This set of adorable animals lets baby play endless ways.
- Gentle, soft touch velcro keeps pals together
- Elephant with plush body and chime inside Zebra with stimulating stripes and rattle inside Owl with embroidered details
- Safety tested to meet or exceed ASTM, CPSIA, EN71 and applicable safety standards
- Ages 3 months plus
- Size 55″ wide x 55″ high x 825″ deep
This was a gift for my 1 year old niece for her birthday. The product is very nice and she enjoyed playing with it out of all her toys this one was a keeper!
Mary Hotevilla, AZ
We LOVE skip hop products. Their toys are so cute and visually stimulating. We needed a toy that chimed for our son (4 mos) because we are doing physical therapy with him and need something to catch his attention. The chime in the Elephant is perfect! And the zebra which is more of a rattle still has a chime sound too. And he could stare at the zebra all day, so it has really helped us keep his head turned the right direction. The little owl is sweet and cute and fits perfectly in his tiny little hands, it doesn’t have a sound, but that is good, it is something quiet to keep him occupied during church! 🙂
Suzette Wyandotte, OK
Looks great – its a gift, so I can’t say how the child liked it. It looks quite cute though.
Jacqueline Russells Point, OH
With interesting textures, sounds and patterns, the Lamaze Rainbow Stacking Rings are perfect for helping baby develop dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Multi-textured rings invite baby to explore, stimulating tactile senses. Best of all, the easy-to-grasp rings make stacking easy and fun. Lamaze inspires daily discoveries through toys created with delightful surprises that encourage baby to learn while playing.
- Easy to grasp rings make stacking easy and fun
- Four multi-textured crinkly rings
- Perfect for helping baby develop dexterity and hand eye coordination
- Crinkly rings awaken baby’s auditory awareness.
- Bright, bold colors and patterns invite baby to focus, stimulating vision.
- Problem solving skills are fostered as baby figures out how to stack rings on the post
- Gripping and stacking the soft rings strengthens hand-eye coordination.
- Full of different textures, the soft rings invite baby to explore- stimulating tactile senses.
- Crinkly rings awaken baby’s auditory awareness.
- Bright, bold colors and patterns invite baby to focus, stimulating vision.
My baby is 7 months old and she loves it… it is nice and soft, perfect for the teething, she can safely put the rings in her mouth, she loves the color and plays a lot with the little things on the top…I would highly recommend it, so much better and safer than the plastic ones.
Chrystal Grandville, MI
When I grew up we had these in hard plastic. I don’t ever remember anyone getting hurt by them, but this accomplishes the same task and is soft to help prevent getting hurt.
Madelyn Dumas, TX
I like this because I can put it on my baby’s high chair for him to play with and when he inevitably throws it on the floor it doesn’t come crashing into the hardwood. He loves to feel the different textures and put the rings on his arms.
Ilene Brock, NE
Fisher-Price Friendly First’s Ducky Rattle Stacker
- This adorable stacker is newborn appropriate
- The rings are easier for baby to grasp and have rattle beads for added fun
- Flat bottom keeps the stacker within baby’s reach
- Each ring has a different rattle sound, with a happy duck rounding out the top ring
- Five colorful rings are easy for little hands to grasp
I will admit that I was sorely tempted to buy the original Fisher Price stacker, the one we all had as kids. It’s absolutely a classic and I may still obtain one of them.But I was drawn to this one for my 5-month old because I remember reading somewhere that it is slightly smaller than the classic version with the large plastic hollow donuts. I thought smaller might work better for the little guy. Well. Since this toy has come into the house, not a day has gone by without at least one play session where he selects this toy to play with from among a lot of others.Now 8 months old, he still loves this one. He tips over the base to let the rings fall free, takes one in each hand, and shakes them like tambourines. He smacks them together and has a grand old time. He is not at all interested in re-stacking them on the base, but that’s fine with me because it just means the toy will last a while longer while he grows into that phase.The topper on this stacker is the red ring with the little chick. This part does not rattle, which is a little bit of a shame. It also wedges kind of tightly onto the top of the base, so baby can’t remove it himself, but that’s OK.I am very very pleased with this purchase. I have subsequently looked at some of the other stackers on the market and I am convinced this one is the cream of the crop.UPDATE: Eddie is now 17 months old and a month or two ago, he started stacking the rings on the stump. He still needs help deciding the order they should be placed on the stump but he’s had a lot of fun trying to get this thing figured out. Still a hit in our household.UPDATE: Eddie is turning 4 next week and only today did I pull this one out of the toy basket 🙁 .
Lenore Folsom, CA
Baby is 8 months old, and I didn’t think she would really be that interested in this toy yet. I just wanted her to begin to grasp the “stacking” concept. But she loves to play with the round stackers. They rattle, and she likes to chew on them. It is one of her favorite toys. I put it in her crib in the morning, and it keeps her occupied so I can get an extra 10 to 20 minutes of sleep.
Ruth Boring, MD
My 7 month old loves the rattling sounds from all the rings. They are a little heavier than the other products in the market. My son threw them down on my feet a couple of times and it hurt. The duck on top does not stay on and the rings can only be fixed in one order coz the stem inside is tapering on the top and thick at the bottom. This is one of the few toys that my son likes so i still think it was a decent buy.
Bridgette Hillsboro, MO
Classic toys like nesting cups are all-time favorites because they offer all kinds of fun. Children love to fit them together, to stack them up to build a pyramid, to put things in then take them out, to turn them over and hide things underneath. Cups have large numbers embossed on the base so an older child can practice counting and begin building number recognition skills. Dishwasher-safe.
- 8 brightly colored cups stack together
- Large numbers embossed on bottom of cups to practice counting & number recognition
- Multiple ways to play!
The label states this product was tested for lead and BPA. Since there is no regulation for these things who knows how accurate this is. But the cups are well made and the colors are vibrant. cute simple toy.
Kitty Lake City, SD
My son is 20 months old, and we got these cups well over a year ago. They’re still one of his favorite toys!When he was little, we’d build towers out of them, and he’d knock them down. When he was a bit older, he’d yell into them or bang the cups together. Now he can nest and stack them on his own. He puts other things inside them, under them, etc. I love to see all the way he can come up to play with such a simple toy! (I’m really big on toys that don’t “do stuff” but encourage kids to use their creativity.)We also use them to teach him about colors (“can you bring mommy the green cup?” etc.), about “big” and “little,” etc.
Hallie North Metro, GA
I wanted to buy the Green Sprouts stacking cups but Amazon offered them w/ free shipping one day and then the next it would be sold by a different vendor without the free shipping. When I saw these stacking cups in the baby store, I put them on my registry instead because they were made w/ safer plastic like the Green Sprouts toys.The label on the learning curve stackers and other products indicate: no PVC, no bpa, and no Phthalates….it’s important to me that we have as many safe toys as possible for our baby so I was thrilled to find these.I like this stacking toy because the cups fit nicely in one another and have enough of an edge that they stack nicely on top of one another. They also have tiny holes in the bottom of the cups – each in a different shape as well as numbers on the bottom too.Our daughter is 6 1/2 months old and I put a few of the cups out on the blanket for her to clutch and play with during belly time as well as other toys. Last night she had a cup in each hand and was waving them around. I know she’ll like to play with them as she gets older and was glad she already showed an interest in them at this time too.
Hilda Terryville, CT
This colorful car collection develops motor skills and hand-eye coordination while your child makes important discoveries about sorting and strategy. There are four vehicles, numbered 1 through 4, of graduated sizes: a rattling green sports car, a blue police car with a revolving roof light, a yellow school bus with an opening sunroof, and a red fire truck with an adjustable clicking ladder. The vehicles can be rolled across the floor, and then stacked–ever so carefully–atop each other, and finally all nested inside the fire truck. Vehicles only nest or stack completely when arranged in proper order of size and number. Made of sturdy plastic, these toys can be dipped in warm sudsy water for easy cleaning. –Kathryn Gustafson
- These Delightful Vehicles Can Be Stacked Or Fitted Inside Each Other For Nesting Fun! When Baby Presses Down On Top Of One Vehicle
- A Smaller Car Pops Out! What’S Inside The Next Car? Little Ones Are Delighted To Discover The Surprises This Toy Holds
- They Each Have Special Features To Amuse Baby As He Learns To Slot Them Together, Including The Fire Engine’S Clicking Ladder
- Including The Fire Engine’S Clicking Ladder,The Police Car Light Which Spins Around
- For 6 Months Plus
This is a wonderful toy that is fun, educational, and affordable! The cars are different colors, and each has a different number, 1 – 4, to help a child learn counting and colors. They also stack on top of each other and nest inside of each other.(The nesting feature is great for storage too). Each car has a neat fun feature for little ones to explore (e.g., the small car is also a rattle, the large fire truck’s ladder moves, etc.) The cars are also very sturdy (as has been proven by my son repeatedly banging them together,) and they are easy for little hands to grab onto. At 6 months of age, my son really enjoys looking at the toys, passing them from one hand to the other, banging them together, and, of course, putting them in his mouth. I imagine this toy will remain one of my son’s favorites as he learns to stack them and roll them on the floor. I would highly recommend this item.
Rosemary Chapman Ranch, TX
These are such nice cars to teach little ones numbers and the stacking value. Ours have been scooted across the floor, cat’s tail, into walls, you name it and they’ve always come back for more. It’s just a nice change from the nesting blocks and it’s fun to hear all the vehicle sounds that children make with these guys. I’d buy them again for sure!
Lorene Rossiter, PA
My son’s therapist brings this toy over and he just loves it. He loves to move the ladder on the fire truck up and down. This is one of his favorite toys and he doesn’t play with a lot of baby and toddler toys (gets bored easy).
Rosanne Peterson, MN
Evenflo switch a roos are designed to help children achieve developmental milestones and are compatible across all evenflo exersaucer models.
- Mirror promotes self awareness
- Book with flip page helps develop hand-eye coordination
- Bright colors help with visual development
Bought this as an add on to my child’s Evenflow exersaucer. The apple is made up of “pages” that the baby is able to turn. On the pages are actual pictures of fruits and on the other side is a child safe mirror. The baby loved playing with it. The only down side was the pictures are actually on stickers so when I would clean it when my baby would teeth on it started to peel off. This item would be hard to disinfect due to the peeling paper. Eventually I scrubbed all the peeling stickers off and was left with a mirror apple. I would buy again even with that fault because it allowed me to make my exersaucer interesting to the baby by switching out the toys.
Stacy Charlottesville, IN
Switch a Roos would make my now crawling 8 month old so much more containable! She’s bored with the toys with our current exersaucer and I’m glad they made these so we can get more usage out of it!
Jacquelyn Howells, NY
My 5 month old twins absolutely love this toy. They play with it more than any other toy that originally came with theirEvenflo Splash Mega Exersaucer. Change out is super easy. I’m not sure if the description mentions it or not, but this also has a little bell inside it (don’t worry, it isn’t anywhere that the baby can pry it out and swallow it). The tail is crinkly, which my kids seem to like. This is easy to get in their mouth, and unlike the other toys that came with their exersaucer, it bends easily so they can maneuver it into their mouths. My kids actually like to pin it down and gnaw on the seaweed more than the fish, but I have a sneaking suspicion that’s just because that’s easier for them to get in their mouths.The whole thing is about 16″ tall, by the way. I was a little surprised by how tall it was. That’s a pro, though, since there’s more room to pull it down and chew on it.If you’d like to see it in action, I’ve posted a video review of theEvenflo Splash Mega Exersaucer, in which I have the chewy fish installed.If you think my review was helpful, please let Amazon know below!
Molly Tea, SD