Put baby in control of the fun—with a remote that’s just their size! Realistic styling inspires role play, while sing-along songs, tunes and phrases help baby learn about numbers, colours, opposites, shapes and more.
Ages: Birth + Category: Baby Learning Toys
Liane Chalmers reviews the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click n Learn Remote
Age at time of testing: nine months
This Click ‘n Learn Remote (around £10) was a hit from the moment I gave it to Oliver. It’s light enough for him to hold, robust enough to be chewed and the flashing light really keeps him engaged.
As for the sounds, Oliver was pretty amazed by the fact that he could press the button to start the noises and then press it again to change them.
The remote now goes almost everywhere with him. It calms him down straight away when he gets agitated and the songs are so catchy that my three and five year old sing them to their little brother when the remote’s out of reach.
It’s worth every penny.
Anushka reviews the Click n' Learn Remote
The Fisher-Price Laugh n’ Learn Click n’ Learn Remote, around £10, lets your baby enjoy all the fun of pushing buttons and seeing lights flash without having to worry about him putting it into his mouth – a common concern when your baby grabs your Sky+ remote! We asked Anushka Cross, 34, from London, to test the soother with her son, Robin, eight months. Here’s her verdict:
This is a great item, which Robin has really got into now he’s nearly eight months old. Before that he just liked to chew it! Robin enjoys pressing the buttons which are curved and large enough for him to press down easily and I can see the satisfaction in his face when the sounds or music play as he does it.
Voicing the numbers when the buttons are pressed is good for number recognition and the tunes are catchy. The ‘Changing channels is such fun!’ tune does stick in my head quite a bit.
My daughter also enjoyed playing with this toy as she’s obsessed with remote controls and loves pressing buttons.
This has proved to be very handy for us as robin goes through that stage where he grabs our regular tv remote and puts it in his mouth. At least it won’t matter so much if he makes teeth marks on this one!’
Natasha reviews the Click n' Learn Remote
The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click n' Learn Remote, around £10, lets your baby enjoy all the fun of pushing buttons and seeing lights flash without having to worry about him putting it into his mouth – a common concern when your baby grabs your Sky+ remote! We asked Natasha Ward, 20, from Bournemouth to review it with her daughter Grace, six months. Here's what she thought...
The Click n' Learn Remote is great fun. Grace is always trying to grab the TV remote, so this is ideal as she can have one of her own. She is fascinated with all the buttons, and the flashing red light.
She's at the age now where she can grab things properly and the remote fits perfectly into her little hands. It teaches Grace colours, shapes, numbers, animals and the weather, so it's educational too. You can turn the volume up and down which is great, and the on/off switch is easy to locate. The tunes are cheerful and catchy – I actually find myself singing along to them.'
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