Out Of Stock Fisher Price - Chatter Telephone

Fisher Price - Chatter Telephone

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Product Code: CMY08
Availability: Out Of Stock
Recommended Age: 12+ Months
Dimensions: 6.60in X 4.30in X 6.60in (LxWxH)
Weight: 1.06lb
Delivery Time: Within 6 Days

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Description


“Ring-ring!” Say “hello” to a new look for the Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone toy! This classic pull toy now has a more modern design, but is still as fun and sweet-looking as ever – with its adorable face, spinning dial, ringing-phone sounds and eyes that move up and down as baby pulls it along. The cord attached to the receiver ensures it never gets lost. The Chatter Telephone toy encourages early role play – and baby can pick up lots of great developmental benefits, too. The dial introduces baby to numbers and counting from 1-9 and helps exercise fine motor skills. Baby’s gross motor skills get exercised from standing & pulling the phone along. And the bright colors, motions & sounds help stimulate baby’s senses.

It’s role play fun with baby’s first 'mobile' phone!
From dialing the Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone toy to saying “hello” and “good-bye,” early role play is a great way to nurture your baby’s imagination and creativity. The fun sounds reward baby’s actions and encourage your little one to play and discover. And the smiling character face provides an early first friend for little ones.

 

 Dial in on baby’s developing skills.
Spinning the dial, picking up the receiver or hanging up the phone all help enhance fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. Moving eyes and fun phone sounds encourage your little one to walk and pull the phone along, strengthening motor skills, balance and coordination. And bright colors and ringing sounds stimulate visual and auditory senses.

Give the play a new 'spin' as baby grows!
Add to the play and learning by asking baby questions like “Can you find the number 6?” or “What color is the dial?”