- Two music settings 1 look and listen for borns and younger babies, the gym plays more than 20 minutes of nonstop songs & instrumental music 2 explore and discover Baby is rewarded with first words, fun sounds and simple phrases for batting at the action pad or puppy’s belly
- Take-along puppy with soft activation pad and light-up nose that dances to the music
- Six repositionable activity toys: Kite rattle, sun mirror, clacker cloud, bee spinner, apple teether and linking shapes
- You’ve got mail a piece of mail in the mailbox on the mat makes fun crinkle sounds
- Two soft removable arches
Fisher-Price Puppy and Friends Learning Gym
2 in stock
2 in stock
Your little one will love reaching big milestones with the Puppy ‘n Pals Learning Gym, from gaining strength during tummy time to being introduced to first words, colors and more! There are two musical settings: Look & Listen offers 20+ minutes of continuous music, including sung songs and instrumentals. Explore & Discover introduces action/reaction. Batting at the activation pad or Puppy’s belly rewards babies with words, fun sounds and simple phrases, encouraging them to push up for tummy time. Six repositionable activity toys, including a sunny self-discovery mirror and a kite rattle, keep your baby busy as a bee. The “crinkle” mail right on the mat is fun for your little one to explore. You can even take the music and learning fun with you on the go! Bring along Puppy with his light-up nose and soft activation pad, featuring loops for linking toys.
Where development comes into play
Gross Motor – Babies work on strengthening neck and core muscles during tummy time, while working out their arm muscles when they reach for and bat-at the overhead toys.
Curiosity & Discovery – Babies’ actions make fun rewards happen as they bat at the toys overhead and press the buttons on Puppy for fun sounds, songs, phrases and more! (That’s cause & effect, baby!)
Early Academics – As little ones press on Puppy’s play pad, they’ll hear songs and phrases that introduce them to shapes, animals, colors and more.
Sensory – Work out those developing senses with bright colors and fun faces to see, textures to touch (and teethe), 20 minutes of music, and playful sounds, songs & phrases to hear.