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Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea SetLaugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set

Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set: Fisher Price, ages 6-36 months, MSRP $18.00US Tea time with toddlers is even more fun and educational with the Fisher Price Laugh & Learn™ Say Please™ Tea Set, our little ones rocked back and forth and squealed gleefully to the Mrs. Potts-like voice that came from the pastel hued, smiling teapot. The mighty mini Crew enjoyed each of the three play settings. The gurgling sounds, the 'Please' and 'Thank You', and the "I'm a Little Teapot" song all delighted our toddling toy tossers.

The Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Tea Set includes two whimsical smiling cups, three delicious looking pastry treat shapes, a shape sorter plate, and a happy little teapot. On the Teapot is a teabag: press it and listen to cheerful songs like "I'm a little Teapot". Tip the teapot to hear gurgling/pouring sounds, then lift the lid to hear more phrases and greetings.

The chunky plastic pieces are sized just right for little hands. This set is not meant to be used with liquids therefore promoting a positive play experience. That means no little spills to undermine self confidence. Pretend play encourages early interactive skills and learning through everyday experiences. This set was a great hit with the Crew. The little ones age 10 months and up really enjoyed playing with it, and I have to admit we never get tired of watching the little bitties dance and rock back and forth squealing and clapping. It made the toy fun for us, too. Tea Set requires 2 AA batteries which were included. Along with providing lots of giggles, the Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set lives up to its name by also providing the following:

  • Promotes cognitive development

  • Introduces numbers, shapes and opposites.

  • Enhances language and communication skills.

  • Encourages sharing and good manners.

  • Develops small and large motor skills

Toy Guru Toy & Game ReviewsAbout the Author: Mary Rose is a Mommy, a writer and an early childhood educator who believes in learning through play and the value of good toys.


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