Playskool Poppin’ Pals Pop-up Activity Toy for Babies and Toddlers Ages 9 Months and Up (Amazon Exclusive)

March 20, 2020 - Comment

Giraffe, elephant, panda, lion, and monkey have come to play. (But shhh, right now, they’re hiding.) Slide the lever! Push the beeper! Flip the switches! Turn the key! HELLO, FRIENDS! This popular preschool activity toy rewards playtime exploration and discovery with adorable pop-up critters. Babies and toddlers will delight in discovering different animals, colors, numbers,

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Giraffe, elephant, panda, lion, and monkey have come to play. (But shhh, right now, they’re hiding.) Slide the lever! Push the beeper! Flip the switches! Turn the key! HELLO, FRIENDS! This popular preschool activity toy rewards playtime exploration and discovery with adorable pop-up critters. Babies and toddlers will delight in discovering different animals, colors, numbers, and shapes—while the poppin’ play action can encourage little ones to practice those mighty fine motor skills and explore cause and effect. Playskool and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.

Product Features

  • POPPIN PLAYTIME : Playtime POPS with bright colors, numbers, cute critters, and endless FUN in this favorite hands on, pop up activity toy for babies and toddlers ages 9 months and up
  • KID-FRIENDLY DESIGN : The lever, beeper, key, and switches are designed for little fingers to easily slide, pull, push, twist, and press, to make the animals POP, Then just snap the lids shut and play again
  • HAPPY HANDS ON PLAY : Meet giraffe, elephant, panda, lion, and monkey. This popular hands on activity toy introduces animals, colors, and shapes, while the engaging cause and effect play encourages fine motor practice
  • STORE AND GO : Perfect for portable play, this Playskool Poppin Pals toy comes with an easy to grab handle for playtime on the go and simple storage

Comments

Anonymous says:

Simple but so effective As a speech therapist, I work with young children and often times cause/effect toys are really needed in the earlier stages of development. I kept stealing my coworker’s Sesame Street toy like this, so I decided to own up and get my own. I’m so happy with this one because it has 5 of the buttons (many only have 3 or 4) and the different colors and animals provide with so much opportunity for language. And because each button has a different function, I can target different goals and directions…

Anonymous says:

Great when it works update! Instructions on how to fix it! Length:: 0:31 Mins Switches 1, 3, and 5 work every time. Switch 2 works about 75% of the time and switch 4 works about 10% of the time. Very frustrating for toddler and momma.***update***Holy sh*t I fixed it. After dealing with this broken toy for literally years. I finally decided to open it up and see what I can do. Here are instructions and pics to fix the broken dial. Step one; open all of the characters. Step two; remove…

Anonymous says:

Too much force to open My daughter (11 months) loves the idea of this toy and has been trying to figure it out for a while now. Unfortunately, it takes what I think is an excessive amount of force to flip the switches or buttons. I watch her actually do the right motion, but the press required is just too much for small hands so it’s frustrating and she eventually gives up. Even as an adult, you need to push with more than one finger to open them. As for the yellow one that rotates, you really need to put some…

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