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Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Workshop

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Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Workshop
The Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Workshop is big on fun activities such as lights, sounds, pounding bench, popper, and ball drop. It is the perfect workshop for your little carpenters to build motor skills! For ages 6-36 months.
  • Play workbench
  • Turn vise handle for popper
  • 3 Different nails light up and make silly sounds when hit with the hammer
  • Tool bin door opens for storage
  • Place the balls in the top of the drill press
  • Pull lever on drill press to drop balls in hole
  • Storage places for hammer and balls
  • For ages 6-36 months
  • Measures 15.9''W x 15.4''H x 8.9''D
  • Weighs 5.4 lbs
  • Easy assembly
  • Comes with workbench, 2 balls, and hammer
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
  • Safety features include: No sharp edges, cutting edges, or trapping hazards. Made of non hazardous materials. Product does not contain any small parts. Safety tested for mechanical and physical characteristics by third party laboratories per ASTM requirements.
  • Made in China
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90-Day Warranty

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Little Tikes Workshop is basic but fun

By Navforlant

from Lebanon, Missouri

About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent


  • Durable
  • Engaging
  • Fun
  • Interactive


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      Comments about Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Workshop:

      My 1-year old girl enjoys this along with the matching kitchen. It is basic but fun. She likes to put and take in the fold-down tool door and likes the drill press ball drop. The light-up nail pegs are easy enough to lean on to get them to light up and play a short lively tune if you don't want to pound with the hammer right away. She hasn't figured out how to turn the ball popper or the blue handle on the drill press. The description on the drill press is misleading in that it says to pull the handle to drop a ball and unless mine is defective this part of the bench is just simply a ball drop and the blue handle is a clicker. Also she can reach in through the top of the red base (right side under the drill press where the balls land) and grasp a ball but can't pull the ball and her hand out. It's not stuck but a baby doesn't know to let go of the ball so she may as well be stuck. The bench has openings on each end to store (left) or grab a ball from the drop (right) and this is hard for the baby to see. It's not obvious where the ball went. The kitchen and work bench are smallish so nice for storing on a shelf when not in play and a nice size for sit down play. Please note toys are narrow in depth so they are not great for cruising so if your baby is in the lean and push everything over stage you will want to supervise or place against the wall or couch. Not real heavy though so when my cruiser pushed it over. She was stunned but did not cry.

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