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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station

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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station
 
3.8

(based on 8 reviews)

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4.0

entertaining for the kids

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from Wentzville, MO

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

My one year old son received this for Christmas this year.  When I saw what it was I wasn't overly thrilled at first because I saw it had some sort of tv interaction and thought it would just be a hassle.  That night we took it out of the box and set up the keyboard and tucked away the interactive tv part.  We set it up in the standing position and my son instantly took to it.  It was his favorite toy he received.  He would bang on the keys and bob his head up and down, when he finished we clapped.  After that he would play his song and then turn to us and clap.  Very entertaining.  It is still a toy he plays with regularly. I like the big, bright easy to press keys.  This is definitely a toy made with quality.  Above the keys there are other buttons and things to press to make other musical noises.  My older daughters 3 and 5 tinker with it as well everyonce in a while. For his age I think this is a great toy not overly busy but engaging.  We honestly have not ever looked into the tv interactive part and probably will not. 

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4.0

It does help kids laugh, learn & move!

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from Akron, OH

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

My daughter has had this for over a year. I'm glad the legs are easy to switch out to make the stand up version. The TV mode is a bit difficult for the youngest, but they still see characters dancing and singing to "their" music which is fun. My only real con is if you have a button curious child like me, the mode switch button is very accessible for kids, and can quickly and easily change from one mode to next. This leads to a frustrated baby when they want the TV mode, FYI!

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3.0

Great as a standalone toy, but....

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from Acworth, GA

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

My 14-month-old LOVES the keyboard of this toy. She'll bang on the purple key ("Purple! Purple! Purple!") all day long, driving me crazy. She like playing with the characters at the top of the keyboard and even likes it in just regular music mode instead of learning mode. She uses it as a walker sometimes by pushing it across our carpet--and surprisingly, I like her using that as a walker more than her actual walk-behind toys because it goes a lot slower and gives more resistance LOL

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The TV mode is stupid. That's all there is to it. I was so excited because it would hook up to the tv wirelessly and looked like a great idea--press a key, puppy dances. But when we hooked it up, there seemed to be no correlation between what my daughter did on the keyboard and what was going on on the screen. And yes, we had it in the right mode. I haven't even hooked it up to the tv since the first day we got it--and we've had it for over 2 months! The keyboard is a prefectly fine toy by itself, though.

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3.0

Learn and Move is just OK

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from Jackson, NJ

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

My son got this when he was about 11 months old. We have tried it in a few of the different modes and he really just doesn't appear to be interested in in much at all. I like that it can be put at dfferent heights for a child to eaither sit at or stand at to play with it. We did have it standing, but noticed that my son likes to sit in his old Bumbo chair and hit at the keys, so we put in back to the lower sitting position. The interactie TV part is either just way too old for my son, or lacking something. It really doesn't matter what he pushes on the keyboard, it does whatever it wants to do- has been our observation. I do like that you don't need the tv for this toy to work and that it doesn't require a wire when it is hooked up to the tv. We set up the device and just leave it there- no need to unplug and put away each time. It's cute, bright and has some nice features but I think something is just missing to make this toy a huge hit.

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4.0

Good, but has some drawbacks

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from Sahuarita, AZ

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

My in-laws got this for my 11 month old daughter for Christmas because she absolutely loves music.  She quickly figured out the buttons and animal "knobs" on top and was off and running.  She's at the stage where she can stand with little support and can walk while holding on to things, and unfortunately this toy is too light for her in the standing position as she uses it for support and it just lides across the floor (we have tile - if the floor was carpet I'm not sure if it would hold it better or if it would just end up toppling over).  We ended up putting it in the sitting position, but it didn't hold her attention for as long because she like to be standing as much as possible.  It also slid though as she is pretty big and strong for her age.  I think it's gonna be a great toy for when she can stand unsupported.  Until then we just have to go with the flow.  So I guess my only wish is that is was heavier or weighted at the bottom to support kiddos in that in-between stage.

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4.0

Great, Durable, Diverse Toy

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from Tomball, TX

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Move Music Station is a wonderful toy for any music loving tot.  It has multiple modes that allow for a wide variety of playful fun.

The Move Music Station will wirelessly hook up to your television via an included RCA cable and receiver box.  The television sync is not required to use the Move Music Station, however, as two of the three modes do not use the television component.

The first mode is "Music" mode and all keys play notes and the animal characters at the top of the toy make various other musical instrument sounds (monkey plays a trumpet, dog plays a demo song, cat plays a guitar).  When switched to "Learning" mode, the keys say the name of the color pressed and the animals at the top list what they are or what they're holding.

The television aspect of the toy may be a bit advanced for the smaller kids, but it adds life to the toy and every parent can appreciate that.

Bottom Line: Solid toy with a lot of bang for the buck.

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5.0

We love it!

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from Pottstown, PA

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

The Fisher Price Laugh and Learn, Learn and Move Music Station is a great invention! This toy is great for brand new babies that are just able to sit up and bang on the keys for awhile. Then when they are able to get up and stand and dance around, you can just change the legs so it stands up. It plays a lot of songs and is a ton of fun for toddlers. It also has the option to plug the receiver into the TV and it's a whole interactive activity on the TV screen that will keep the kids busy for hours! It teaches such a wide variety of things such as colors, shapes, opposites, letters, numbers, animals, etc.

If you only have room in your house for one big toy, this is the one to get. It's so versatile and will grow with your child, so it will definitely be an investment worth making.

The only concern I have is that it is a bit flimsy. I don't worry too much about that with my kids, because they are not climbers or destructive, but I have some friends who have some wild and crazy toddlers and this might not be a good toy to leave them alone in a room with! :)

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3.0

An Ok Toy

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from Baytown, TX

Comments about Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Learn & Move Music Station:

We received this toy as part of a promotion Fisher-Price was doing. We like it ok, but it is by far, not a favorite among my three year old and one year old. You can play with it on it's own and it makes sounds and plays music while you hit the keys or you can connect it to the tv and play different games on it. My kids play with it some not connected to the TV, but we have not spent a lot of time playing with it on the TV. My one year old did not comprehend the connection between the TV and the piano. Without the TV connection, there is not much to do with it as it only has a few keys and options. I do love how it connects to the tv though. It is wireless! You plug the receiver box to your tv and turn the piano to the tv function and go. No wires connecting the receiver and piano! Such a great idea with little ones who trip over things. We might give it another shot with the tv, but is it not a toy I would really recommend.

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