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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Rock And Learn Guitar

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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Rock And Learn Guitar
The Rock and Learn Guitar is baby's own learning instrument! Babies love rocking out to their favorite songs. With two modes of play, Learning and Music, baby learns about ABCs, numbers, colors, shapes, and more! For ages 6 months to 3 years.
  • Learning guitar toy
  • Baby can rock out and learn at the same time
  • Over 25 sing along songs
  • Interactive buttons play songs, sounds, and fun phrases
  • 2 Modes of play guarantee fun
  • Uses 2 AA batteries (included)
  • For ages 6 months to 3 years
  • Measures 10"W x 11"H x 8"D
  • Weighs 1.2 lbs
  • Made in China

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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Rock And Learn Guitar
 
4.0

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4.0

Great little Toy

By aidensmomma2012

from Henderson, NV

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Rock And Learn Guitar:

My son just recently got this for his 1st birthday. He plays with it every once and awhile, he likes to press the button and he likes to "rock out" with mommy and daddy. I'd recommend this toy for a younger child about 6-10 months. It is a very great little toy, just doesn't hold my child's interest for too long.

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4.0

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By ChristmasInJuly

from Florida

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Rock And Learn Guitar:

This toy is excellent in virtually every way. I just had one small problem. The colors of the one, two, three buttons. I am no artist and art class didn't really teach me many things but it did teach me the three primary colors. Yellow, Blue, Red and I noticed that the colors of the buttons were yellow, ORANGE, and red. And I know that this is kind of a ridiculous complaint, but I think it is important for the kids to know that the colors that make every other color, the three main colors, are not yellow, orange, and red, but yellow, blue and red.

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