Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

Fisher Price Laugh 'n Learn Learning Table This Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table is a newer version of the Fisher Price Laugh ‘n Learn Learning Table that my Granddaughters owned. We are reviewing those toys and equipment that they loved, used often, and was worth the investment in them. These items must also still be available even if it is in an updated version.

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table is suitable for a baby that is sitting up as it can be used without its legs. Once the baby is pulling itself up trying to stand it is time to put the legs on the table. (The appropriate age is about 6 months to 36 months.)
Our girls loved to pull themselves up and flip, spin, push, and figure out how to find that button that would make noise. They seemed to like the music the most. I think it helped them explore when we engaged with them. If we lifted a door, got a reaction then they would try it.

Features of the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

  • 4 Places for play – the zoo, the farm, the market, and Puppy’s home
  • Ability to change the content as baby ages (3 different settings)
  • Interactive phone just like Mom and Dad
  • 9 lights
  • 120 songs, phrases, and tunes
  • Ability to go from flat on floor to legs for standing
  • Learning phase explores opposites, the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, and Spanish words
  • Encourages fine motor skills
  • Encourages role playing

What Other Say About the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

We liked the Fisher Price Laugh ‘n Learn Learning Table and felt it was a valuable piece of baby equipment. Here is what owners are saying about the new version:
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

Bought this when my baby boy was 9 months old bc he liked to pull up on furniture and walk while holding onto things.
- Very sturdy (all my baby can push it now that he is 13 months) but would be hard to knock over
- Lots of things to play with
- If your baby likes peekaboo, get this. The barn door opens and it says “peekaboo” and changes pictures every time he opens it (horse, sheep, cow)
- open the “front door” and it sings the abcs
- turn the light on and it actually lights up
- only was they could improve would be to make the phone electronic too.
My baby boy is 13 months old (he walks now) and he still enjoys playing with this. It’s good to have a mix of toys in your home but also a mix of the height of the toys (some they play with sitting, some standing, some to push or pull, etc) . Ideally buy this either before or right when baby is pulling up on things.

There is nothing fancy about this table. It doesn’t have all of the flash and pizzazz of the V-Tech toys, and yet it is perfect for my 9 month daughter. She loves to stand although she is not stable enough to stand unsupported so we purchased the table to give her something to hold onto and provide entertainment at the same time. It is the perfect height for her and keeps her occupied for awhile. This morning she actually used it to pull herself up to standing which was awesome (only the 2nd time she’s pulled herself up) so she could play with it. One comment however is that it will definitely slide all over bare floors and does slide some on carpet. Because she is not steady on her feet, she leans heavily on the table so it does slide sometimes on the carpet. As a result, I’m always near her when she plays with it to make sure she doesn’t wipe out and face plant if it slides forward too much. It is good construction and will be able to take a beating from the kiddo and well worth the purchase.
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table
I bought this product to entice my infant to sit and reach in various positions (PT homework). We left the legs off for now and she can play with it laying on her tummy or sitting next to it. There is a ‘remote’ in the middle that is fun to take out and put back. When she is able to stand, we will add the legs. My 3 year old also loves this toy and will sit with his sister and push the buttons. There are 3 settings depending on the age but all 3 are entertaining. For a very young child, there are a lot of fine motor activities like pushing keys, opening doors, rolling a cylinder, turning a dial, sliding an animal back and forth, and flipping a light switch on and off.
My baby loved playing with this and was great to assist him with learning to stand and walk. My only complaint is the mobile phone that detaches has one large sticker that my teething baby loved to chew on and ended up chewing off all the sticker and subsequently eating all the sticker. We ended up just throwing the phone away. This toy would have gotten a 5 star rating if it wasn’t for the sticker on the phone being so easy to chew off. Maybe they should just make the numbers a part of the mold on the phone and not apply any stickers.
If you’re trying to decide if you should buy this, I say YES! It was and still is a favorite toy of my son. He is now 14 months and can run but he still will play with this and he loves when I sing the song that plays when you push the telephone button.

We love this product! We first introduced it to our son when he was 8 months old. All he wanted to do was stand and play upright, and this was the perfect solution. After playing with it for a brief time, he mastered turning light switches on and off, turning pages of books, and using the puncher grasp. We love the different settings for different ages so it will continue to grow with him.

The table is meant to be rather light so it’s not a pain to move around and store, but that means that occasionally when my son uses it to help pull himself up, the table topples over. It’s worth it to us, as we’re never far from his side.

Where to Purchase the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Around The Town Learning Table can be purchase at Target, Amazon, Fisher Price Mattel, and Walmart.

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