Fisher Price Smart Stages Toys

Fisher Price was a brand that was ever present in our home when I was growing up. As a Mom now, is present in my own home for my own kids, and Fisher Price keeps getting better and better with their new “Smart Stages” products.

Fisher Price latest innovation is the “Smart Stages Technology” Line. In this line, toys has three levels – for babies, for older babies and then toddlers. It gives the toy growth potential. It is not something that you store in the closet waiting for your baby to be ‘old enough’ and it’s not a toy that you kick to the curb or consignment shop when they become crawlers. The toy can provide learning value for all three ages (6-36 months.)

For example, the first stage might be cause and effect (press a button and something will jingle), then next stage about actions like putting a square object in the square shape, and then adding the element of color identification or numbers.

Add the sturdy plastics that makes it toddler tough, yet the rounded, colorful lines to engage babies, and you have a toy that will provide not just a month of entertainment but for months to come.

I love this line so much that it makes me a bit sad to give them away, but giveaway I must! I’m giving away the Fisher Price Smart Home, the Fisher Price Smart Train, the Fisher Price Smart Chair, the Fisher Price Smart Car and the Fisher Price Smart Mower to five winners!

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The Fisher Price Smart Stages Mower ($20): “It’s time to mow the lawn – with a fun push toy that inspires early role play. Push the mower along to hear songs and phrases that introduce numbers, opposites, actions and more. Baby can turn the gas cap, pull the lever or slide the switch for more songs and phrases. And, the mower’s face lights up and dances along to the music!” Fisher-Price.com

The Fisher Price Smart Stages Train ($35): “All aboard with Puppy, Monkey and Froggy, and more than 50 songs, tunes and phrases! Press the light-up smokestack for exciting motorized train action and to hear sing-along songs. Or place Puppy in the conductor’s seat to hear opposites. Five shape buttons introduce colors, numbers and more.” Fisher-Price.com

The Fisher Price Smart Stages Chair ($40): “It’s baby’s very own place to sit and discover new things! This “magic” ABC seat knows when baby sits, activating songs and phrases when baby stands. Press the light-up remote or flip book pages to hear numbers, shapes and more. Lift the cushion to reveal more fun surprises.” Fisher-Price.com

The Fisher Price Smart Stages Car ($60): “Put baby in the driver’s seat of a stationary car that comes “fully loaded” with grow-with-me features for learning and play! Over 75 sung songs, tunes and phrases help fuel interactive learning fun and imaginative adventures—from sit & play, to crawl, to stand and “cruise”! Interactive lights and sounds dashboard keeps baby busy with a light-up baby “GPS”, a horn to honk, gears to shift (and more!), with fun activities to discover all around the car—like an interactive windshield wiper, built-in ramp for ball play, and a shapes & colors sorting door.” Fisher-Price.com

The Fisher Price Smart Stages Home ($90): “A play house that’s just baby’s size! Explore two sides of play, a crawl-through doorway and busy activities all around. Turn the lights on/off to hear opposites, play at the computer with Sis, sort four shapes, check for mail, and so much more.” Fisher-Price.com

So these are the five prizes for the next five days of my Spooktacular Sweepstakes! Stay tuned on Wednesday for the next amazing giveaway!

Congrats to Heather S. for winning the Smart Home! Anna won the Chair and the Mower and Kate I. won the Train and the Car!

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As a Boston Mom Blogger in Massachusetts, Charlene DeLoach doesn't care about the megapixels on a smartphone. She only cares about whether it will survive being in the hands of her kids.

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