Review: Fisher-Price Kick ‘n’ Learn Piano

Fisher-Price Kick 'n' Learn Piano
Baby V received this Kick ‘n’ Learn Piano as a gift. It was tied to one end of his crib when he was about 3 months old and started kicking a lot. At the lying down position, he was unable to see the piano. After I guided his feet to kick the piano, which responded by playing sounds, he got the hang of it quite easily and had his daily kicking exercise with the piano for a few weeks.

By the time he mastered rolling over at 5 months, he preferred to be on his tummy during playtime. The musical medley mode with random lights keeps him entertained for a while, giving me some much-needed freedom.

Pros:
  • Musical medley with lights keeps baby well-entertained
  • Energy-efficient

Cons:

  • Baby cannot see the piano when lying down, so can only kick at it randomly, hoping to hit some buttons

Get Your Own

Fisher-Price Kick ‘n’ Learn Piano is available in major departmental and baby stores.

You may also check the price at Amazon.com here: Fisher Price Link-a-doos Kick & Play Piano*

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3 thoughts on “Review: Fisher-Price Kick ‘n’ Learn Piano”

  1. A fan on Mummy’s Reviews’ Facebook page left this comment:
    My girl used to like to tap on the litted ABCs, thinking they play the melody… Piano keys not obvious but great baby toy, esp for tummy time.

  2. Recently, I moved the toy from the crib to my boy’s new play-yard and it is a great toy for tummy-time indeed! We’re glad that this piano has such a long play-span.

    Oh yes, I also sit Baby v on my lap as we play a couple of simple melodies and familiarise him with Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So. Wish there were more keys though! 🙂

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