When baby drops balls into the top of the gumball machine, and then gives it a high-five or presses its hand, it comes to life with a friendly character face, lights, sounds, music and rolling ball motion! Four colorful gumballs and three modes of play with sing-along songs, fun sounds and phrases (in English and in Spanish!) let baby discover Learning, Music and Bilingual fun. Requires 3 AA batteries.
Colorful activities like grasping and dropping balls, pressing the music-activating coin, and tapping the friendly character’s hands are all great for baby’s fine motor skills.
Thinking & Problem-Solving
Figuring out how to make the gumball character light up brightens baby’s day and helps to develop problem solving skills.
Swirling lights, colorful rolling balls, and sweet, sing-along learning songs and sounds stimulate baby’s senses.
Colorful lights, ball-dropping action and learning songs introduce baby to numbers, counting, opposites, and bilingual learning (English & Spanish).
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
1 of 4(25%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
"My son got this from Santa for his first Christmas and as of last night, it was already broken. The handle sticks after pushing it down and none of the lights or sounds work anymore. I'm extremely frustrated because I no longer have the box and don't see a way to return it :( Very poor quality!"
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Review 4 for Laugh & Learn™ Count & Color Gumball
Holds child's interest
Would you recommend? No
Number of kids: 1
Age of child purchased for: Birth - 5 mos.
Relationship to child: Dad
Doesn't Know Colors
November 29, 2013
"The item states the color as the balls come down but it says the wrong colors. For example I put down a green ball and it said red. This is an educational toy and I do not want my child matching the wrong colors."
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Response from Fisher-Price:By Consumer Services, December 2, 2013
The Laugh & Learn™ Count & Color Gumball machine is recognizing the last color that the dancing LED light illuminates and not the color of the gumball. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.