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The entertainer built for physical, musical, all-around fun! Every press of the piano keys (hand keyboard & feet keyboard) gives developing coordination and gross motor skills a boost. And playing with more than 12 toys and activities all around, fingers crossed, will hopefully lead to a nap later on!
Four ways to play: 1. Soft, removable play mat for tummy time or lay & play 2. Entertainer with spinning seat for all-around play 3. Stationary walker encourages first steps 4. Activity table for toddlers
Super-sized soft keyboard mat gets little feet to move to a beat
Hand keyboard encourages fine motor skills
Choose short-play, long-play or baby makes the music
Light-up drums for visual & audio stimulation
Sliding music note clickers
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Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Step 'n Play Piano is rated
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Rated 5 out of
My son LOVES this thingMy son started using this a couple of months ago when he was 5 months old and he can't get enough of it. There are so many activities for him to explore and I love that once he outgrows the seat I can take it out and he can use it as an activity centre for a couple more years. The seat turns and moves on the track very easily and my son figured it out very quickly. I looked at many other exersaucers and am extremely happy I purchased this one.
Date published: 2016-05-25
Rated 5 out of
3.5 month old baby loves her ToyI like the way you can take the drums off and play separately. I thought the turning drum would be hard for her, but she figured it out right away after I showed her. She likes playing them with her feet more than her hands.
My baby can stand up for a minute while I balance her. I put padding at the bottom so her feet can touch the ground. I don't put her there for very long, because young babies should only sit for short periods of time. It is probably better not to use seat at beginning and have your baby sit on your knee to reach toys. Also 2 rattles can be removed which is nice.
I was thinking about a jumper, but this toy is more intellectually stimulating and will last longer and can use right away, also peripheral toys are much better than a jumper.
It would have been nice if you could remove piano too, maybe with foldable legs.