Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym

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Walmart #: 070076300
Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym
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  • Tires really spin to display numbers, shapes, colors, and letters
  • Dashboard features clickers and buttons
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    About this item

    The Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym is a good play area for your baby and can keep him entertained. It is shaped and designed like a school bus which fascinates children. This outdoor play gym is not only compact in size, but is also lightweight and durably constructed. It is small enough to be portable and is suitable for indoor and outdoor play. This Little Tikes play gym has four tires that spin to display numbers, shapes, colors and letters. Since it is a toddler imaginative play bus, it also has a dashboard with clickers, buttons and the ever-fascinating steering wheel, so your child can pretend he or she is the bus driver. There is an 18" slide on the other side of the Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym. This gym will help keep your child engaged both physically and mentally, on sunny days or cloudy ones.

    About this item

    The Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym is a good play area for your baby and can keep him entertained. It is shaped and designed like a school bus which fascinates children. This outdoor play gym is not only compact in size, but is also lightweight and durably constructed. It is small enough to be portable and is suitable for indoor and outdoor play. This Little Tikes play gym has four tires that spin to display numbers, shapes, colors and letters. Since it is a toddler imaginative play bus, it also has a dashboard with clickers, buttons and the ever-fascinating steering wheel, so your child can pretend he or she is the bus driver. There is an 18" slide on the other side of the Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym. This gym will help keep your child engaged both physically and mentally, on sunny days or cloudy ones.

    Little Tikes School Bus Activity Gym:

    • Features tires that really spin to display numbers, shapes, colors, and letters
    • Outdoor play gym's dashboard features clickers and buttons for imaginative play
    • Spinning steering wheel let's kids "drive" the bus
    • Stop sign folds in or out just like a real school bus
    • Little Tikes play gym slide is 18" high with a gentle slope for safe landings
    • Easy assembly

    Specifications

    Age Start: 1 Year
    Age End: 4 Years
    Primary Color: Multi-Color
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 615955
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 31.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 55.378 x 30.775 x 26.34
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 70076300
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    Customer Reviews | 313 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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    Fun, Fun, Fun
    4/2/2010

    Customer review by rubymacie

    5.0 stars 4/2/2010 by rubymacie
    by rubymacie

    We bought this for our grandson who is 14 months. He just loves it. He can get in and out easily and also slide by himself. Great toy! Also it fits easily in the house.

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    rubymacie
    Collierville, TN
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Happy Grandchildren
    5/29/2010

    Customer review by grandmasam07

    4.0 stars 5/29/2010 by grandmasam07
    by grandmasam07

    It gave me some trouble putting it together. It was the first time using a battery operated drill. My husband has Parkinsons Disease so I am learning to use power tools. My 2 grandchildren were all smiles and having a good time with it and that was worth every bit of trouble I had putting it together.

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    grandmasam07
    Cottageville SC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Gender:Female
    Not too bad for the price
    3/24/2010

    Customer review by MissMommy2008

    3.0 stars 3/24/2010 by MissMommy2008
    by MissMommy2008

    I bought this for my 18 month old son to burn off some extra energy. He loves the steering wheel, but it doesn't keep him occupied for very long. Within in minutes of playing on it he was able to climb over all sides, and learned to flip the whole bus over, but its not heavy so no big deal. The only bad thing about it was the instructions, which are absolutely terrible.

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    MissMommy2008
    Indiana
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    by jkginnings 4/14/2010
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    • A. It says to 4 years, but is built very well. Our five year old grand-daughter played on it with no problem.
      by 1GigiZ1/10/2014
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    • A. 45-50 ibs
      by raevalee12/7/2013
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    • A. 100 pounds weight limit
      by SuzzyQzzy11/5/2013
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    • A. It's well made and assembled with durable bolts and screws. It would easily hold a 150 pounds
      by RustyW12/28/2012
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    • A. I'm not sure the exact weight limit but my daughters play on it at the same time and its very sturdy!
      by DreaJam12/22/2012
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    • A. Instructions say 50 lbs per child, limit 2 children.
      by newmommyofthree11/23/2012
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    • A. 50 pounds per child max two children
      by Auntmimi36636/19/2012
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    • A. I did not see weight limit only age limit to 4 years
      by fernd4/16/2012
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    • A. I think 45 pounds.
      by Kpss07229/8/2011
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    • A. iam not sure on weight limit but our 3 yr old is 35lbs and he stands on it and its fine! great toy
      by safebaby9/10/2010
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    by an anonymous customer 11/11/2010
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    • A. 30 inches
      by raevalee12/7/2013
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    • A. The top of the slide is approx 18 inches from the floor but the slide is approx 30 inches long.
      by SuzzyQzzy11/5/2013
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    • A. Knee high on an adult
      by RustyW12/28/2012
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    • A. By my measuring 19 inches tall.
      by newmommyofthree11/23/2012
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    • A. It is 19 inches high from the ground.
      by NowWeR38/6/2012
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    • A. the slide is about 18 inches from the ground
      by fernd4/16/2012
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    • A. about two feet high from bus to the floor.
      by klittreal012/6/2012
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    • A. Not very tall. My 15 month old goes down it by himself and he's small for his age.
      by Vinniemama5/8/2011
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    • A. about 2 feet, gentle slide too
      by LifeIsCupcakes2/9/2011
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    • A. Top of slide is around 17 inches high. Child has to crawl up onto platform that is about 11 inches high and then another step up that is about 6 inches high.
      by Eloise10712/11/2010
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    Is it okay if I plan to place one side against the wall? I plan to use it indoors and wanted to put it up against the wall. Wanted to make sure it is still usable like that or if it needs to be in the middle of the floor.
    by momoftwo9998 11/26/2010
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    • A. Yes, one side has an opening for climbing in and the other has a solid side that could be put up against the wall. Their is a stop sign that fits on the side that would go against the wall. It can be layed flat or maybe leave it off and let your kids us it to pretend to be a crossing guard.
      by colorloving3/27/2012
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    • A. Yes one side can go against the wall. The only thing that will not come out is the stop sign, but my son doesn't even play with it. He likes climbing on the seat best.
      by sunflowerblaze2/29/2012
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    • A. it can easily go against a wall--the only problem would be the wheels have fun little items to play with on them and maybe you'd want to turn it around once in a while for the child to play with all of the wheels. It is easy to move if you wanted to pull it out just enough that the kids could get on all the sides.
      by TXnana111/26/2011
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    • A. That's how we used it. We put the side with the stop sign against the wall. It is very light weight if you wanted to move it back and forth when using it too.
      by Kpss07229/8/2011
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    • A. There is an 'opening' on the right side that allows the children to climb in. On the left side is a stop sign. I suppose you can put the left side against the wall. Hope this helps! I recommend this product 100% my daughter uses it 3 hours a day min! :)
      by luzietron128/8/2011
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    • A. The stop sign is made to swing out like a real school bus's stop sign and the opening for the kids to climb onto the bus is on the other side, so if you put this against the wall, it will obstruct one of those things.
      by AZM246/25/2011
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    • A. I use mine against the wall most of the time. The only thing is that the stop sign that swings out is on the opposite side of the entry way to climb in. So if its against the wall, the stop sign will not get used.
      by MommyClark5/22/2011
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    • A. Yes, that would be fine... you wouldn't be able to play with the stop sign or the wheels on that side, but over all it would still be playable. (if that's a word, which I don't think it is.)
      by Vinniemama5/8/2011
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    • A. Yes! one side isn't climbable but you'll be unable to pull out the stop sign. I put mine against the wall alot.
      by LifeIsCupcakes2/10/2011
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    • A. Only the side with stop sign or front could go against wall, so child would have to "drive" into wall or lose use of stop sign (not a big deal) but it you were particular about which direction the slide would go, you could have problem.
      by Eloise10712/11/2010
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