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Fisher Price Laugh Learn Sounds Light Up Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
🎲 Early Development & Activity Toys, 🧸 Baby & Toddler Toys

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Item Dimensions LxWxH5 x 5 x 5 inches
Age Range (Description)For infants and toddlers ages 6-36 months

Description of Fisher Price Laugh Learn Sounds Light Up

​4 ways to play! Real piano notes, duck sounds, cow sounds, and learning songs & phrases. ​Press the 8 numbered keys to activate lights, songs, and sounds. ​Slide the slider to switch between each play mode. ​Easy-carry handle for take-along play. For ages 6-36 months.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Hours of Entertainment

I probably had more fun than my 1.5 year old nephew when this first came out. Mainly because of the duck and cow sounds and how funny they were. The slider to change modes needs to be precise for the change to stick, which is a little annoying. And the black keys don't really work, which is disappointing. I think I should have read the description more carefully! I like that there are two different volume settings.

  • Move the slider to switch between game modes
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Revainrating 5 out of 5


I really like that this piano is relatively compact and the keys can actually be pressed. The piano has multiple modes so you can choose normal piano mode or choose cow or chicken sounds, count numbers or name shapes. My kid is fun to play but his favorite part is the ABC song that plays at the start of normal piano mode. He's five months old and when the music starts and the speaker lights up in different colors, he goes crazy! I highly recommend this little piano!

  • Press 8 numbered keys to activate lights, songs and sounds
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Revainrating 2 out of 5

Inaccurate notes

Cute piano toy. I was hoping to use it as a fun alternative for a small piano to play while learning piano with my younger preschoolers because the colors on the keys match the colors on the ColorMeMozart piano books I use, but it is not tuned. The note that should have been C is B instead - half a step down. The 8 piano notes play the scale in piano mode, but they don't match the CDEFGABC pitch. It's good as a kid's toy, but not accurate in pitch. (Surprisingly the duck quack sound mode is…

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Revainrating 2 out of 5

More of a video game than a piano

I wanted to buy a small piano for a baby. While there is one piano mode, there are also three or four other modes by sliding the large slide switch. Every time you move the slider it makes all sorts of noises and lights up. So instead of learning something and playing from sheet music, our little one just flips a switch because it's easy. Also, each note has its own color and number. Why not label the keys with letters and the lowest key is A so they can learn the notation for each note? Just…

  • 4 ways to play! Real Piano Sheet Music, Duck Sounds, Cow Sounds and Study Songs and Phrases
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