Fisher-Price 3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion Toy

July 13, 2017 - Comment
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With 3 ways to play that grow with your baby, the Fisher-Price Sit, Stride & Ride Lion is triple the fun – and so versatile! Each stage takes little ones through important developmental milestones. Sit & Play. For sitting babies, tons of hands-on activities make this lion a roaring good time! He has a light-up button nose … a mane with 10 light-up buttons that teach numbers & colors … a butterfly flipper … a fun spinner … and balls to “feed” him that come spilling out below! Push & Walk. When your little one is ready to get up and go, lift the seat for a handle to steady first steps while fun phrases & songs encourage them to keep going. “Take a few steps: 1, 2, 3!” Scoot & Ride. Taking this sweet lion friend for a ride is easy! Just lower the seat for your toddler to scoot along to more encouraging phrases & songs. “Let’s get moving!”

Product Features

  • Press light-up nose for fun sounds, songs, tunes & phrases!
  • The mane event! The 10 light-up buttons teach numbers & colors
  • “Feed” balls to the lion to hear silly sounds and more as the balls spill out below!
  • Helps give developing motor skills a busy workout
  • 3 ways to play! 1. Sit & Play – Busy activities include 10 light-up buttons that activate fun songs & phrases – plus a spinner to click, a nose to press, a mouth to fill, and a butterfly to flip over! 2. Push & Walk – The seat pops up to become a handle to help make first steps steadier – with encouraging phrases & songs that invite your wobbly one to walk more. 3. Scoot & Ride – Drop the seat down to turn the lion into a ride-on for lots of fun scooting – and encouraging rooting from the fun phrases & songs!


Aliza Hausman says:

Gorgeously colored, fun toy with toddlers and would-be toddlers First things first: you’ll be lucky if you still know where the balls that go in the lion’s mouth will ever fit. I bought this for my 17-month-old son and he loves it. 

Careful 'n Selective says:

Activities For the Under 1 Year Old and More Complex Tasks for an Older Toddler Length:: 5:21 Mins 

Amazon Customer says:

Versatile toy! I purchased this toy because my 9 month old son is starting to pull himself up of things, and I just love how the lion is so versatile. He can sit on it to scoot around, he can sit in front of it to play with with light up numbers, nose, and moving mouth with the three colorful balls, he stands while holding on to the side of it, and as he starts to learn to walk, it easily coverts into a steady, sturdy walker. The price was great for the quality and fun this lion provides, and it was very easy…

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