Preschool Toys Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review

Published on May 4th, 2017 | by Tae

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Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review Tae
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Summary: Does what you'd expect!

3.9

Lots of fun!


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The Laugh & Learn Piggy Bank by Fisher Price was bought for my youngest. My little ones have always had a real piggy bank each that small change goes into and my youngest took a real shine to putting the money in herself after watching her siblings do it. But after a huge scare where she put the coin in her mouth instead of her pig, I decided to buy her the next best thing. A fake piggy bank! Here’s our Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank review;

RRP

    • £19.99
    • 6 Months+
    • AA Batteries (included)

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review Visuals

It’s a nice size, small but not too small and it’s very cute. It looks enough like a real piggy bank to capture my little ones attention, and has a clear plastic window to see the “coins”. It’s bright and fun looking with the signature happy little face. The coins are BIG, so you don’t have to worry about your child choking on them. They’re numbered 1-10 and have little pictures of different animals on the back.

Dimensions; 26.5 x 16 x 24cm

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review Features

  • Fisher Price’s Smart Stages; 3 levels of learning
  • 10 numbered big plastic coins
  • Teaches colours and counting
  • Music
  • French mode, to introduce your child to French
  • Volume control

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Piggy Bank Review

After quite a few tantrums from my 1 year old after she was banned from putting money in the piggy bank, so I caved and bought this toy. It’s really held her attention and she doesn’t even ask for the real piggy bank anymore. She’s just a few months shy of 2 and can already count to 10 thanks to this toy in particular. She actually counts by herself when playing with it, I’m quite amazed. Obviously, sometimes she still gets muddled, but she’s doing better than I thought possible at this age!

There’s a lot to talk about with your toddler, numbers, colours, animals that are on the back of the coins. I’ll ask her what animals they are and she’ll happily reply. It’s a fun toy to play with together with your kid. The activity itself, putting the coins in the pig, is something she seems to really, really enjoy. This toy and Feed Me Dino are a real hot favourite with my daughter at the moment!

The little plastic door is still on too, which is amazing as this toy has been played with a lot. And chucked around if I’m honest. So it’s endured the test of time so far, something I’m really pleased about as usually, stuff like that is too eager to break off.

The French mode is quite a cool feature if you want to introduce your child to another language. It’s fun, but obviously wouldn’t be enough if you really wanted your child to start to learn French. It’s still a nice feature to have though.

All in all, I can’t really fault this toy. It’s a fake piggy bank, it does exactly what you expect it to and helps your child learn on the way!

 

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