Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker
The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker was one of the many great toys our twin Granddaughters enjoyed. It was a gift to them when they were crawling and trying to pull themselves up. Long before it was used as a walker they loved the front of this Fisher-Price toy. Although initially they couldn’t figure out which shape would fit in which slot. They loved to play hide n’ seek with the shapes. As the shapes disappeared into the face of the walker they would lift the hood to find them. They also like to push it from the front.

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker In the beginning with adult supervision they used the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker to sit upon. They loved the steering wheel. We could gently push them around on it and gradually as their feet reached the floor they were able to propel it themselves. Before they separated the seat area they were standing and walking it around.

Benefits of the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker

  • Interactive with sounds, music, buttons, shapes, beeping horn, clicking turn signals and turning key, headlight knob
  • Learn numbers and directions by turning steering wheel
  • Learn ABC’s by playing radio
  • Light switch and turning key teaches opposites
  • Helps baby to take steady steps
  • Ride on mode helps baby learn to navigate

What Other Say About the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker

Our family was very enthusiastic about this walker. Others who owned have this to say:

I recommend this toy to babies who are able to pull themselves to standing, have good balance, with legs strong enough to walk with minimal assistance. I bought this for my son when he was 9 months old and fitting the above criteria. He learned how to use this learning walker within a few practice runs.
My son loves the front part of the car too. I drop the shapes into the holes and he lifts the hood up to retrieve them. It’s fun for both of us. Sometimes he pushes the walker from the front and it works fine like that too.

Very well made. Lots of fun for little, and bigger kids. I had a used one for my 1st child, the sounds eventually stopped, but he loved it so much, I got one for my 2nd child. She loves it as much as he did.
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker
My 11 month old loves this! I had been looking all over for the Dino stride to ride and couldn’t find it anywhere. Then I came across this one and its actually more fun for a boy.. It’s very sturdy, won’t slip or tip, and encourages walking.. Compared to other walkers that fall out from under the baby and make them afraid to walk (this happened to our first born). I highly recommend this product!

Our son is 2 and has Down Syndrome. This is there PERFECT SIZE for a guy with short legs! He rids this thing everywhere! Outside, inside, we even take it with us when we visit residents at the nursing home. They LOVE it too!
Very interactive with songs and things to move. It goes through batteries pretty fast if you don’t turn it off when not in use, so be prepared with some AA’s! Love this car!

Very stable, pretty easy to convert from walker to car toy. My son really likes it, I’m about to lose my mind if I hear the music one more time, but I know he likes it.

My grandson loves this riding toy! It is extremely versatile especially the seat that separates so e can walk while holding onto it. The fact that the seat is wider is better as he can maintain his balance more easily.

Where to Purchased the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker

Although this Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker, in the format of a car seems to be being replaced by the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Puppy and the Fisher-Price 3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion. However I think it is worthwhile shopping for the Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Learning Walker –Car.

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