This toy is very, very… busy!
With endless buttons, gears, lights, sounds, and games, this musical playtime pentagon has five different sides with five different activities.
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The beads at the top are great for encouraging my little’s fine motor skills. She can hit that big white light-up button with her hands or the accompanying hammer. Then there’s a mini pinball game, nails to bang down, a mirror to admire herself in, a pop-up microphone (that actually works—testing one, two, three!), a tiny steering wheel for practice driving, and a removable cell phone for imaginative play! Seriously, this is like ten toys in one.
Sometimes, super-colorful super-jam-packed multipurpose activity centers can be a little--shall we say--OVER STIMULATING, but this one is keeps Baby P entertained for a few minutes at a time (I'm not being facetious here!) She's a 14-month-old—her attention span isn't supposed to be that long! I'll happily take 10 minutes of independent play, while I get some work in. Win-win!
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