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FISHER PRICE LAUGH AND LEARN SAY PLEASE TEA SET
Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea SetTime to share a pot of tea-with two pretty cups, three tasty treats, and plenty of songs, sounds and fun phrases to go around! Introduce the delights of pretend play while helping baby learn about counting, shapes, opposites, manners and more. Also includes volume control for quiet play. Requires 2 AA (LR6) Alkaline 1,5V batteries, not included.
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265 of 270 found the following review helpful:
Perfect as a first tea setFeb 10, 2009
By M. Michael
"Teacher and Mom"
This is such a cute little tea set. A friend of mine bought this for my daughter's first birthday. It is a perfect first tea set. Like the other reviewer mentioned, it is not meant to be used with liquids - which is perfectly fine with me! Less mess! The teapot is the cutest part... there are three different settings: one that just has cute sounds when you "pour" the tea, when you lift/close the lid, and when you press the "tag". The other two settings have various sounds or music and songs that go along with the actions. My daughter is only 12 months old, so pretend play is still somewhat of a foreign concept to her. But we have fun exploring all the sounds the pot makes. She likes to "cheers" the tea cups with me, and she will "take a sip" from the cup and go "Ahhhh" at the end. I imagine she will grow into this toy a little more in the next few months!
UPDATE: Still a favorite toy at 27 months! She sings along with the teapot, and will set up all of her stuffed animals and offer them tea. It is just too cute. We have other tea sets, but she still gets this "pot" to pour since it makes all the sounds!
92 of 95 found the following review helpful:
LITTLE TEAPOT, SHORT AND STOUT!! TOO CUTE!Aug 22, 2009
By Pamela A. Poddany
FISHER-PRICE LAUGH & LEARN TEA SET
What a wonderful toy for any child! We bought this play set for our two year old grand daughter. What fun she has with it. The teapot is very durable and plays music, teaches manners, shapes, all in a delightful English accent. When you pour from the pot you can hear the tea coming out. Or -- you can shut the pot off and let your child use their own imagination. Which Paige does! She walks around 'watering' my plants and 'refilling the dogs water dish' with her tea pot. The tea pot has a sweet little face and comes in the favorite colors of many little girls, purple and pink.
Also included are two purple tea cups which do not hold water. And that is OK! Who needs the mess?
There is also a charming little plate with three desserts included. They are in three different shapes so little ones can learn how to place them correctly on the pink plate. Paige enjoys 'serving' us each a dessert or we have found them sitting on the kitchen table placed at everyone's seat. Learning can be fun!
This is a sweet little tea set for any little girl who will be learning while having so much fun. Must go! Time for another tea party!
31 of 32 found the following review helpful:
A pleasant sound toy that grows with your childFeb 24, 2011
I am not normally a fan of toys that play recorded sounds, but we love this one. It was a gift for my daughter when she was 8 months old. She is now 10 months old and I see a long life ahead of us.
For parents: the set comes with a teapot, two cups, and three plastic "cakes" on a plate. The cakes are in different shapes and the plate has spaces for them to fit in, making the cake plate a puzzle. The teapot is not entirely hollow because it is the sound toy, but it has a hollow section big enough that you can place any one of the cakes inside. The teapot is nice and quiet, with a pleasant voice singing the songs. It makes sounds when you tip the pot, when you open/close the hinged lid, and when you press the "tag" for the teabag. The sounds and songs are pleasant, the songs make sense, rhyme and fit the rhythm of the music (bad lyrics/music fit is a pet peeve of mine!). The sound effects are just plain fun!
For children: the hinged lid was the first thing my daughter discovered, and enjoyed practicing her open/close skills, warming up for her foray against the doors on the toy cupboard ;) The hinge means that she doesn't have to line up the lid in order to enjoy it. Next we started hiding the cakes inside for her to discover--oh, how her face lit up! She carries the teapot around by the handle, swinging and tipping it to hear the sound effects of the pouring. Now, at 10 mos, she can press the button (looks like the tag on a teabag) to hear songs play. She presses it over and over, which interrupts the song playing and re-sets it, but the more she plays with it the more patience she develops to listen to more of the song. She also likes to set it on the floor and dance to the music.
She is just learning to hold the cups to her mouth. I expect that she will be working on the cakes-as-puzzle soon, and then on to imagination play as she gets older. I am betting that this toy will take us to kindergarten and possibly beyond.
The only thing I would like to see improved is the cups. There are two holes in each cup, placed there so that the cups could be wired into the display packaging. As a result they cannot be used to hold liquids. Furthermore, the "handles" are cast very small and without a cutout, so they are totally non-functional. Using the handles as packaging mounts would have been much better.
The toy is excellent quality, fun, and meets my high standards for sound toys that don't drive me crazy. It doesn't get much better than that!
2014: My wee babe is four years old and has a brother just two months younger than her. This toy is still going strong! It features regularly in tea parties, and the little cakes are important for the many birthday parties held for our other toys. The tea set has waxed and waned in popularity but resurfaces regularly. Still a favorite part of our considerable toy collection!
55 of 63 found the following review helpful:
Good toy but has limited play value. First one defective.Feb 11, 2010
By Dime the Reviewer
I got this for my 18 month old daughter for Christmas. The first one we got was defective. One of the modes didn't work at all. So we got a replacement directly from FP. The new one worked but for some reason the voice was more "sped up". I don't know why this is. None of the stores have it sped up. But on to the toy.
The construction is good. My daughter has thrown it around a bunch and it still works fine. I like that it has "please and thank you's" included. Not very many toys teach these kind of things. I guess I wouldn't say it teaches it, it more reinforces it.
My daughter plays with it very occassionally. Mostly she just plays the music with the button. It is pretty limited in terms of play value but it does what it advertises.
I like the tip and pour motion. It is a good mimic for the child of pouring a real pot into a glass.
I would reccomend buying this but don't expect it to have a long term replay value. It's an occassional use toy but it is very cute!
33 of 37 found the following review helpful:
Fun and EducationalSep 28, 2009
By G. Abraham
This tea set was given to my daughter on her 1 year old birthday by my Aunt. At first she put it aside, but in about a month when the other toys had become "old" she pulled this one out. Now, 4 months later she still plays with it. She likes all the different modes with the songs, counting,etc... The tea pot is her favorite part and she quickly learned how to make it "pour" tea over and over. The sound is not so loud that it annoys the others in the room. It is a toy she will carry all around the house because it's just the right size for her hands and for her to carry while walking. We LOVE this toy!
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