I love Fisher-Price toys, I played with them when I was little (and some are still going 30 years later) and buy them for my babies now. They are quality you can trust, toys that kids want to play and toys that develop imagination.
Fisher-price generated a Fisher-Price 10 Faves – chosen by Mums, the list includes: the Kick & Play Piano Gym, Rainforest Friends Melodies Mobile, Rainforest Jumperoo, Stroll Along Walker, Laugh & Learn Love To Play Puppy, Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set, Laugh & Learn Cookie Shape Sorter, Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Remote, Chatter Telephone and Little People Fun Sounds Farm Playset.
I was so pleased to see the list, we actually own 7 of the 10 and the kind people at Fisher-Price made it 8 as they sent us the Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set when Addison was poorly to make her days brighter.
Inside the box
- Singing Teapot (In Addy’s favourite colour)
- 2 little teacups
- Plate with 3 yummy cakes
Addison instantly fell in love with the set due to it’s pretty pinkness, she is a little obsessed with pink at the moment and most importantly it plays songs, since starting preschool Addison sings ALL DAY, it is lovely, honest, so I had a feeling she would love this.
Like a lot of toys in the range it has several modes, which allow the child to learn colours, shapes and phrases. Addison is probably a little old for this part but she still enjoys it massively and it keeps them fresh in her mind, Addison’s preschool actually said to us only the other day toys like this are great as although she knows her colours/shapes it keeps them fresh in their mind whilst they play.
She has loved making tea for me in the mornings, as “Mummy doesn’t like coffee” and bringing anyone who comes over a cake. Even poor Grayson’s therapists have to have a tea party when they come.
The teaset has helped massively with progressing Addison’s imaginative play, she is currently very interested in feeding her babies (be it dolls or animals) yummy treats and the cakes have come into their own for this task.
Addison and even Deacon have enjoyed playing with the set, thankfully I am not one of those Mums who has has issues with colours for certain genders but I think it would be great for Fisher-Price to offer the same teaset in more primary colours, as I know many a little boy who would love to make Tea for their Mummies.
Priced between £12-17 it can be found many places online or in-store including Kiddicare.
Thanks to Fisher-Price for sending the Teaset for purpose of review, all views are Addison’s and mine.