Explore & Learn Baby Toys

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  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pretty Please Tea Set
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    The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pretty Please Tea Set includes two pretty cups, three tasty treats, and plenty of songs, sounds and fun phrases to go around! The set teaches baby about numbers, shapes, opposites, manners, greetings and more. Tip the tea pot to hear fun sound effects, press the teabag to hear a sung song or lift the lid to learn about opposites and manners.
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  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Letters Mailbox
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    The Laugh & Learn Learning Letters Mailbox is full of special deliveries for baby! Includes three letters and a package for slotting and put-and-take play. Open up the door to hear the friendly mailbox character or play peek-a-boo by looking through the mailbox. Slide the address roller to learn all about numbers and lift the mail flag to learn about opposites through...
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  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen
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    The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen is an interactive and educational toy that will capture your child's attention and have him learning in the process. This durable toy kitchen and fridge design features four modes of interaction: Learning, Learning in Spanish, Music, and Imagination. The sounds and songs that play as your child interacts with the moveable...
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  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Farm
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    Welcome to the farm, where animal friends are ready to play-and learning fun is all around! The magic starts when baby opens the gate and crawls through, triggering sing-along songs, dancing lights, music, sounds and fun phrases. There are veggie shapes to sort, chicken eggs to count, plus lots of put-and-take, flipping, spinning, pressing, sliding and turning discoveries...
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  • Little Tikes Activity Garden
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    Learning featured throughout play environment helps infants develop fine motor skills The play center easily transforms without tools into an open, two-sided play center for unlimited play Interactive take-along double-sided play panel features a mirror, learning clock, ball shaker, movable clicking bugs, and a three language interactive telephone
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  • LeapFrog Animal Adventure Learning Table
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    More than 100 songs and activities keep babies and toddlers busy from sitting, to standing and cruising. Seven activity-packed stations and two learning modes offer little ones lots of ways to develop key motor, cognitive and social skills. Little learners tap the drum in the middle of the table to see it light up and learn about colors, shapes and cause and effect. The...
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  • Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy
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    Play games, sing songs and enjoy lots of learning fun with this huggable Laugh & Learn? Love to Play Puppy? friend. This adorable plush puppy responds to baby's touch with music, sweet sayings, and 10 sing-along songs! Puppy's interactive content introduces baby to the alphabet, numbers, counting, parts of the body, colors and more. Ages: 6-36 months. Cuddly and plush...
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  • Roll and Return Ball
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    WHY THEY'LL LOVE IT:

    This balancing, rolling penguin in a ball stays upright even as it rolls across the floor, leading a chase game that's delightful for every boy and girl. With the simple flip of a switch, it changes its trick, rolling forward and then… returning all on its own! It's magical, even for adults.

    • Develops motor skills, finger dexterity and cognitive awarenes
    • No battery required
    • For ages six months and up
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  •  Mirari® myPad®
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    The durable play tablet features 20 colorful light-up images and 40 fun sounds and phrases that activate when children press the arrow buttons. When switched on, each image your child navigates to results in a fun sound or education phrase, such as “Ducks can swim and fly” and “Big kids go on the potty!” Children will have their very own learning pad to play with, and they’ll have fun pretendin...
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  • Busy Buddy
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    WHY THEY'LL LOVE IT:

    This adorable bunny comes to life with blinking eyes and wiggling ears when baby spins the colorful gears. They'll love removing and matching them, learning to recognize shapes and colors while developing fine motor skills. With the turn of the knob, the gears rotate and revolve in clockwork motion reflecting the results of their tinkering, keeping them busy while their parents rest.

    • Develops fine motor skills, cognitive learning and sensory development
    • For ages 9 months and up
    • No batteries required
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  • Wee Keys
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    With the simple touch of the light-up buttons, these toy car keys make realistic sounds and beeps, entertaining a little racer while they get their finger-stretch on. They're still years away from a real pair (deep breath now), but these toy keys might still make Danica Patrick nervous. Why? Because the future Indy car champion is coming down the track!

    • For ages 6 months and up
    • Develops fine motor skills and finger dexterity
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  • VTech Roll and Learn Activity Suitcase
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    The Roll & Learn Activity Suitcase by VTech lets your child travel around the world. Children learn language as they use their motor skills to explore with imaginative travel play. Pack your bag. It's time for learning fun on the road. Top features easy-to-grab handle and rolling wheels encourage on-the-go play.
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