Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning House £ 54.99 was £ 99.99 Argos
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Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning House £ 54.99 was £ 99.99 Argos

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Found 5th Sep 2014
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning House £ 54.99 was £ 99.99 from Argos.

This is possible the best toy that I bought for my kids. It's usually quite hard to find in this country. I bought one 2nd hand a couple of years ago after my kids took a shine to one at a play gym.

I highly recommend this toy for toddlers and a good price. Make sure you have the room for one though as they take up a bit of space.

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is it worth getting for a 1yr old?

santiago1

is it worth getting for a 1yr old?


yes, my little girl loves this and she's 11 months, although it has never been the full rrp in argos.

Original Poster

1 year probably the best age although my daughter still plays with it at 3 1/2 yrs. It's surprising how much it does with noises and speech.

Original Poster

Very well built and sturdy too by the way.

great thanks will get for my little ones 1st birthday, you says its never been RRP has it been cheaper than this?

I'm wondering if the little tykes activity garden is better? I have a 1 yo. Any thoughts please?

I just bought this toy for my little boys 1st birthday and he LOVED it. There is loads of things to do on it, I am still finding different noises on it!

Argos normally have a 3 for 2 at the end of September don't know if this would be included or not.

We recently went to a play area that had one of these. My almost 2 year old thought it was fantastic. I'm pretty tempted to buy one as I have a daughter who will be six months at Christmas.
As for the play garden, I felt like this would last a bit longer, mostly due to the size.

rjace

I'm wondering if the little tykes activity garden is better? I have a 1 … I'm wondering if the little tykes activity garden is better? I have a 1 yo. Any thoughts please?



I can't comment on this as I've never seen it in person but my little boy got the activity garden for his 1st birthday and only got a couple months out of it due to it being too small and he's quite small for his age!

clbearr

I can't comment on this as I've never seen it in person but my little boy … I can't comment on this as I've never seen it in person but my little boy got the activity garden for his 1st birthday and only got a couple months out of it due to it being too small and he's quite small for his age!



Looking at the sizes on Argos the llitle tykes is bigger. Looks like a realy good toy to me, may get it anyway, even if it only last a few months. But it would be a shame if that all the use he got out of it.

Ooh I was after the little tikes garden for my 3 year old when he was younger but didn't get it due to the space it would take up. I've never seen this one before. Is it just the one wall so could be placed up against the wall? If so it will be a Perfect Xmas present for my 5 month old

Original Poster

It is just the one wall but it is on a large base. It won't push fully up to the wall but not far off. Kids spend hours messing with the door, lights and window shutter.

seems to have gone up to £59.99
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