The Farmer Says
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The classic learning toy is better than ever. Shaped like a barn, See 'n Say teaches your child about 16 different animals and features two unique flipping pages. Kids can point the arrow and pull the lever, then flip the page for more animals to choose from. There is also a new quiz mode. It plays "Old MacDonald" and "Farmer in the Dell" melodies. It requires 3 AA alkaline batteries, which are included.
|Product Length:||11.0 inches|
|Product Width:||10.0 inches|
|Product Height:||2.2 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.25 pounds|
|Package Length:||11.2 inches|
|Package Width:||10.1 inches|
|Package Height:||2.2 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.25 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 165 reviews|
Classic learning toy
Kids point the arrow, pull the lever, and hear an animal sound
16 farm animals
New quiz mode
Powered by 3 AA-size batteries (included)
|Average Customer Review: ( 165 customer reviews )
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66 of 66 found the following review helpful:
Fun for babies too Mar 22, 2005
By Jaddo Mueller
The recommended age for See 'n Say is 18 months, but we bought it anyway. Our seven-month old recently started enjoying animal noises we'd make for him. I tried this toy for him in the store and was greeted with the same smile and giggle we got from quacking like a duck for him at home. He is probably far from learning how to pull the handle himself, but we do it for him and he watches with delight. Each night, we read him a few stories before bed and we use See 'n Say the Farmer Says as if it were a book. We hold it in front of my son and pull the handle a few times to hear animal sounds and he thinks he just heard a fabulous tale.
This toy has a half ring that can be flipped back and forth to display different animals. There are 16 animals, which are named and make their individual sounds when the handle is pulled. There is also a song sticker that plays Old MacDonald had a Farm or The Farmer in the Dell. And there is a quiz sticker that asks you to find the animal based on the name of the animal or its sound. The farmer is on an arrow in the middle and you point it toward whichever sticker you want and then pull the handle.
I only have two minor complaints with this toy. The handle sometimes sticks on the way back up and makes a soft grinding sound. Also, the volume is a bit loud and there is no volume control button. Overall, it's a great toy.
24 of 24 found the following review helpful:
educational and fun! Apr 30, 2004
This toy is great! Does 16 different animals sounds. Sings Old McDonald through one time. Each time using a different animal name and sound, of the 16 animals. A quiz mode to find the animal that makes a certain sound. The handle is easy to pull, for a 2 yr old anyway. He imitates the animal sounds. It uses batteries, so it sounds a lot better than the standard see n' say. The batteries have lasted long in it, 3AA.
24 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Be aware Dec 04, 2007
By Corey Geist
I am not sure what is going on with this toy and the companies that are selling it through Amazon. This toy, made by Fisher-Price is a $10 item. You can get it from ToysRUs, Target, Walmart, etc. I don't know why it is selling for so much more ($80-$90 range). I have e-mailed the two companies selling this item, B&H Outlet and Wizard Entertainment to find out why it is so expensive. I am still awaiting a reply. I would hate for someone to pay so much for such a simple toy; although, I would like to think no one would.
15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
A Different Story - Be Careful May 31, 2008
Was looking for the same toy I grew up with but this one was half in size and not loud at all. Hearing the sounds are a big problem. Did not hold the childs attention well at all. Very disappointing. F-P could have made this one better - potentially taking safety too far and overiding the performance factor.
16 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Bring back the old one! Dec 11, 2006
By Chicago Mom
We bought this for my daughter after remembering how much we liked it when we were kids! But it's not the same... instead of pulling a string, there's a lever that is too hard for my daughter to pull. And the sound is terrible! It's muffled, loud, and they talk too fast for her to say it with them. Thumbs down from me.
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