Fisher-Price Little People Zoo Talkers Animal Sounds Zoo
Fisher-Price is a major hit in our family and has been since the birth of my daughter. The first product we ever purchased from Fisher-Price was their cradle swing. My love for Fisher-Price grew when I realized how dedicated the company is to providing durable and safe products to families. As my daughter became older, she started to fall in love with Fisher-Price products herself, especially the Little People’s line. The Little People products were the only ones designed for her age (12 months+) where she can use her imagination. At the age of 20 months old, she enjoys carrying the little people around and talking for them, stashing them in her purse, and even trying to feed them her food.
I was overjoyed to hear the news about Fisher-Price releasing their newest line of Little People products, the Little People Zoo Talkers Animal Sounds Zoo (retailed at $40.00). The Zoo has became a new favorite in the household and as parents, we were pleased with the all the wonderful features. The Zoo only took approximately 10 minutes to assemble with a total of three screws. The Zoo came with stickers that needs to be placed in different areas to add to the design. The Zoo comes also came with a polar bear, lion, gorilla, and Zookeper Zack figures. There are lots of action going on in the Zoo, including a water slide, drop through cave, and even a swing for the animals. Some features include: a hidden door, squeaker, easy to carry handle, a ticket booth that talks, a lily pad (when you press it, it opens a hippos mouth), and noises in various places.
Our favorite feature on the Zoo was the hut. You can place any Zoo Talkers animal on a spot in the hut and it will recognize the animal, say the name of the animal, and the noise the animal makes. My husband and I were amazed with it’s ability to recognize the animals and the voices, no matter which one you place in the hut. We are going to purchase more Zoo Talkers animals in the near future.
My daughter’s favorite feature was the Gorilla. She immediately learned the noises the Gorilla makes and was saying “eww ahhh ahhh” for days. She enjoyed putting him in the swing, letting him go down the water-slide, and giving him the opportunity to rest in the hut.
The fun and adventures in the Little People Zoo Talkers Animal Sounds Zoo is absolutely endless. And I am more than happy to share with our readers the amazing contest Fisher-Price is hosting in honor of the release of Zoo Talkers Animal Sounds Zoo. The contest is calling all parents to submit a video of their child demonstrating his or her best roar, grrrr or squawk for the chance to win a $10,000 cash prize and a trip to Fisher-Price headquarters in East Aurora, N.Y. for a special photo shoot! You can check out the contest launch video here. Fisher-Price is exciting to host a contest of such magnitude and I hope you will take the opportunity to show off your child’s best “roar.”