Little Tikes DiscoverSounds Activity Garden Play Centre
About this item
Bright and engaging, the Little Tikes infant toy line gives growing babies a head start by encouraging them to explore their world through curiosity and imagination. The Activity Garden play centre easily transforms without tools into an open, two-sided play centre for unlimited play. Interactive take-along double-sided play panel features a mirror, learning clock, ball shaker, movable clicking bugs, and a three language interactive telephone. Crawl-through obstacle course. Shape-sorter mailbox. Working Tap-a-Tune piano sits atop the open-close door. Movable, look through telescope. Open-close window shutter that feature a ball drop flower pot.
6 - 36 months
1 x Activity Garden play centre
62 x 85 x 46 cm
3 x AA batteries, not included
Product Features: Learning featured throughout play environment Helps infants develop fine motor skills
Safe, durable and enclosed environment makes baby feel at home
The play center easily transforms without tools into an open, two-sided play center for unlimited play
Interactive take-along double-sided play panel features a mirror, learning clock, ball shaker, movable clicking bugs, and a three language interactive telephone
Crawl-through obstacle course
Working Tap-a-Tune piano sits atop the open-close door
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Rated 5 out of 5Â by 2
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Karen 77 Excellent price
Not been used as it is for daughters birthday but got it early as it is the best sale price I have seen it at. Looks great and I think she will have a lot of fun with it.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Amps Great toy house
Got this for my Son's first birthday and he won't come out of it! It is a good size - big enough to be interesting and to climb in and out of, but can fit in a corner and you can easily see over the top. Lots of interactive features; balls, shapes, door/window, musical chimes, telephone. Highly recommend this toy.
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