The chunky colourful buttons on this pretty puppy are easy for little fingers to press and the colourful flashing lights and songs encourage baby to try and try again.
Ages: 6-36 months
Category: Baby Learning Toys
Natasha reviews the Love to Play Sis
The Fisher-Price Love to Play Sis is a cute puppy with paws, tummy and ears which light up when your baby presses them. She teaches letters, numbers, counting and parts of the body and sings fun songs such as Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes. We asked Natasha Ward, 20, from Bournemouth to review it with her daughter Grace, nine months. Here’s what she thought...
Grace's face lights up whenever we bring the Love to Play Sis puppy out. There are so many songs and phrases that this toy sings. It teaches the alphabet, nursery rhymes, and numbers, but we love how the puppy also teaches grace about feelings and parts of the body.
The variety of the songs is great too. And best of all, it's not repetitive. In fact, we always want the songs to go on for longer. Plus, it’s easy to use – you only need three aa batteries. The pink colours on the puppy are very girly, but that’s fine for us as grace loves them.
The toy itself is very cuddly, too. Grace is at an age where we are teaching her to be kind and loving and give hugs; this is a great toy to teach her this.
Overall, it’s a fun, cute and entertaining toy.