Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen

Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen

  • Laugh and Learn Learning Kitchen is filled with learning and fun for baby in both English and Spanish
  • There are 4 modes of play: Learning, Learning in Spanish, Music and Imagination
  • Open the refrigerator door to see the light come on, learn about opposites, or hear a sung song
  • Inside the fridge, there’s yummy food and shape sorting fun
  • More than 15 sung songs and tunes

The Laugh & Learn Learning Kitchen is filled with learning and fun for baby in both English and Spanish!  Open the refrigerator door to see the light come on, learn about opposites, or hear a sung song.  Inside the fridge, there’s yummy f

Rating: (out of 8 reviews)

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 38.94

5 Responses to “Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen”

  • mrsrcciii:

    Review by mrsrcciii for Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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    This toy REALLY held my 10 month olds interest, she loves it BUT she has smashed her fingers twice in less than a week! It opens and closes too easily, the fridge door is too light compared to the sink side and when slightly moved one side always falls shut on the other. Since she likes to move it around her little hands keep getting caught. All babies are curious and cannot be expected to leave a toy sitting where you leave it. Since she is so entertained with it we took the center hinge out so that she can still play with the two separate parts.

  • Marie:

    Review by Marie for Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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    This is one of my son’s Fisher-Price toys that he actually plays with. He is 17 months and is not interested in things that just make noise and flash lights anymore. With this toy he practices putting the shapes through the holes, turning on and off the light, putting the food on the shelf in the fridge, and putting the pan on the stove, in the oven, and in the sink. We also ask him questions and talk to him about the toy so he learns various foods and kitchen items. All toys are more fun for kids when you interact with them!

    With four settings, I don’t get as tired of listening to this toy as I do others – each setting has different phrases and music that keep it interesting for the child and adult. I don’t think he’ll play with it for too much longer, but we will probably get it out again as soon as our next child can sit up.

    After reading other reviews, I also wanted to say that our son has never pinched his fingers in the door and spends a good amount of time opening, closing, and moving the kitchen around. He used to pinch his fingers all the time in our real kitchen cabinets, so maybe this is a live and learn thing.

    The only thing I would change is a way to keep it closed and a handle so it could be moved around with the pieces inside.

  • Megan Bowen:

    Review by Megan Bowen for Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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    My nine month old has been playing with this for about three months now. I love the variety of the songs, sayings, etc. I feel like everytime she plays with it I hear something new. The only thing I have a problem with is that the fridge door side is very light causing the other side to be top heavy, and now my little girl loves to pull the entire thing down onto herself. I also wish the fridge had a latch to keep it closed.

  • Katie calahan:

    Review by Katie calahan for Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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    My one year old can’t get enough of this one. It’s a space saver, but still has a variety of settings, songs and activies. We love it!

  • corona_6983:

    Review by corona_6983 for Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn: Learning Kitchen
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    I gave it to my niece as a gift and she LOVES it! I didn’t even know it teaches english and spanish when I bought it and it also teaches numbers AND shapes!

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