Playskool Busy Poppin' Pals (Colors May Vary)
Playskool Busy Poppin' Pals (Colors May Vary)
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This hands-on, pop-up activity toy introduces your child to different shapes, animals and cause-and-effect play, and rewards discovery with colorful critters! A lever, beeper, key and switches are easy for little hands to activate. As your child presses, turns and twists, she'll be building fine motor skills and having fun as the colorful animals pop up to the corresponding action. There's even a built-in carry handle for on-the-go play.
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|Product Length:||5.37 inches|
|Product Width:||8.06 inches|
|Product Height:||14.25 inches|
|Product Weight:||2.45 pounds|
|Package Length:||13.5 inches|
|Package Width:||7.9 inches|
|Package Height:||5.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.6 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 169 reviews|
A lever, beeper, key and switches are easy for little hands to activate.
As your child presses, turns and twists,
She?ll be building fine motor skills and having fun as the colorful animals pop up to the corresponding action!
There?s even a built-in carry handle for on-the-go play!
Pop-up activity toy introduces your child to different shapes, animals and cause-and-effect play, and rewards discovery with colorful critters!
|Average Customer Review: ( 169 customer reviews )
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69 of 75 found the following review helpful:
All the animals can pop up at once Dec 26, 2010
By James Andrew Fowler
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2AVQC60MMF84B I've practiced so that I can get all five animals to pop up at once. I'm 356 months old, and my 8 month old daughter also enjoys playing with this toy.
22 of 22 found the following review helpful:
My baby went nuts for this toy! Dec 05, 2001
By Mary Collins
My seven-month old loves playing with this toy whenever we visit the doctor's office. He loves to manipulate the knobs and buttons and make the animals pop up. An added bonus is that this toy isn't electronic -- no batteries! I haven't seen it in our local stores, so I'm pleased to see it for sale online.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Simple fun with no batteries.... Jun 24, 2002
I bought this for my 9 month old. He loves to push down the animals but I am scared he is going to get his fingers caught when he pushes down. I guess with these types of toys there is no way around it. He loves it but can't figure out all the buttons yet. Maybe still too young. But he seems to get a kick out of the 2 sliding buttons he can push. Giggles when the animals pop up. Cute toy, great that I don't have to buy batteries every minute. Very sturdy.
16 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Needs too much strength Aug 21, 2012
By Tiffany Case
It seems that someone is going around and down-voting all of the negative reviews of this product, no matter how clearly written or factual. If you read through them, though, you will see the same opinions expressed again and again:
First, the Amazon price is way too high. You can find this toy in most big box retailers for around $12-15.
Second, the buttons are very stiff and hard for young toddlers to use.
This was our experience too. Our baby liked seeing the animals pop up, and she figured out how each lever or knob or button was supposed to work; she just wasn't strong enough to make it happen. You really have to have some strong fingers to use this toy.
Since doing the right thing doesn't work, the educational value is nil. Baby can only play with it if we help her push the buttons, which defeats the whole point of exploring and playing.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Even my 2.5 year old still loves it! Dec 17, 2008
By Nicole Newland
"Rockin' mama of 2"
We have the lime green version of this toy and it's a big hit around here. I was actually kind of surprised, considering my girls usually go gaga for the electronic, singing toys, but they both love this. It was one of the first toys my younger daughter could manipulate on her own. It's great for teaching some of those finer motor skills. The button pop-up is their favorite because it squeaks when you press it. My one complaint is that the twist key-type one has to be turned a little more after the animal pops up to get it to go back down again and the girls don't really understand that concept just yet. I don't know if that's a quirk specific to our toy, though. So if you're looking for a cute, durable toy that doesn't require batteries, you are in the right place!
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