About this item
- Colorful instruments and buttons activate a variety of 70+ songs, tunes, and learning responses.
- Introduces numbers, letters, shapes, colors and more.
- Explore sounds, songs and instruments such as the piano and drum. Includes classic children's tunes such as "Old MacDonald" and "Itsy Bitsy Spider."
- Ages 6-36 months
Turn up the sounds of learning fun with the Learn & Groove Musical Table! Children can choose between dance and discovery with a music mode that introduces songs and sounds of instruments, and a learning mode that teaches basic shapes, colors and more. Press, slide, pull and spin colorful instruments and shapes to activate a variety of learning responses. Flip the page in the book to switch between learning mode and music mode. Press any button in learning mode to explore the alphabet, colors, shapes, numbers and opposit's. Flip to music mode and learn popular songs, tunes and real instrument sounds of the piano, drum, xylophone, trombone and guitar. Children can stand and play or explore on the floor as they dance and sing along to classic children's tunes, including the ABC Song, Old MacDonald, Pop Goes the Weasel, Itsy Bitsy Spider and more. A language selector gives the option of bilingual play in either English or Spanish.
Number of Pieces: 1
Suggested Age: 6-36 Months
Weight: 2 kilograms
Features: Plays music, sound effects, pre-recorded messages
Educational Focus: Vocabulary, memory skills, music, Shapes and Colors, large motor skills, Letters and Numbers
Battery: 3 AA Zinc carbon, Required, included
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-3015
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Most recent reviews
Not sturdy enough
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
woffo — 7 months ago
Very disappointed with this activity table, it's not sturdy at all. I had to take the legs off of it and just let me son play with it on the floor because it kept toppling over on him whenever he'd pull himself up. We tried it on carpet, hardwood, and tile and it wouldn't stay put. I thought that's ...see moreof the reviewer's review