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- Slide the address roller to learn all about numbers.
- Lift the mail flag to learn about opposites through music and phrases.
- Includes three letters and a package for slotting.
- Teaches letters, numbers, opposites, colors, greetings and more!
- Hear the friendly mailbox characters.
List Price: $29.99
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Letters Mailbox Description
Reviews By Urban Wifey : Date February 11, 2009
It’s a little ‘perky’ for me. My son (12 months) enjoys playing with it a lot. We are both very frustrated by the fact that the back of the mailbox is completely open. When he puts letters in the top slot with the door closed 50% of the time the mail falls out the back! When he goes to open it the letters are not inside so he’s not learning proper cause and effect.
Reviews By KYP : Date October 18, 2009
I got this toy to go with his FP Farm house (everyone needs a mailbox). We got this more for the aesthetics to complete his farmhouse and didn’t think this would be educational or fun. SO WRONG.
What baby likes: the letters – they’re tasty I guess….he giggles when he eats them. Opening and closing the door is also exciting. He can’t stop. He hasn’t figured out that the flag goes up and down, but when he does, I’m sure he’ll go to town with it.
What I like about it: keeps my kid entertained. It’s not a one hit wonder either.
Reviews By Jerusha : Date January 21, 2011
This was a gift to my son… Honestly, he got it because he was cheap and it was one of the few toys that is geared for 6 month olds that is something different than the same old thing. The idea of a mailbox toy just didn’t seem appealing to me. So of course, it’s one his absolute favorite toys.
The concept is simple enough, it’s a mailbox. The front opens, it has a slot on the top to drop letters into (3 plastic “envelopes” and a “package”), the back is open, and there are little fun, interactive decorative features… A snail with a ball for a shell that spins, there’s a roller on the side with numbers on it that triggers songs, a push button butterfly in the grass, a flag on the side of the mailbox which also triggers songs, and a red bird that bounces on a spring which also triggers noises and songs. Of course the mailbox door opens and closes too to another series of songs and sounds. There are two modes, a musical mode and a learning mode.