We bought this for my son for his first birthday. He's not old enough to know how to play pretend yet, but he still really likes this playset. The smaller play pieces still work for his tiny hands and he loves the noises and music that the cash register plays. It's lightweight but very sturdy. It is definitely a toy that he can grow with for a few years yet and we enjoy playing with it as a family!
About This Item
- Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Servin' Up Fun Food Truck:
- Age Range: 18 - 36M
- 2 sides of toddler-friendly play!
- 20+ removable play pieces
- Interactive food prep area, including a sink, light-up grill & service bell
- Dashboard packed with hands-on fun, including steering wheel, clicker key & gear shifter
- Magical cash register reads all 4 menu cards! "Ring up" orders by pressing the number buttons, and push the music button for a playlist of learning songs and more!
- Drop-through recycle bin and put & take fridge
- 3 Smart Stages levels - learning content grows along with your child
- 125+ songs, sounds, tunes & phrases!
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22.99 x 21.97 x 27.99 Inches
One of the best toy purchases in my 10yrs as a mom
Seriously, go get this! We purchased this for our twinsâ first birthday, March 2019, and they still love this truck and play with it daily! I was a little hesitant about getting this, afraid they were too little for it yet, as they only started walking a few weeks prior. Iâm glad we got it for them because the size is perfect as well as a lot of fun for our 4 year old that loves playing alonside her brothers almost every day. The price is definitely worth it and I probably would have paid more. If youâre looking for a fun toy, that your toddler can enjoy hours of fun with, and not get bored with...this is it! There are also cute little episodes on the Fisher Price YouTube channel with the Puppy and Food Truck. The kids get a kick out of it
We bought this for my grandson's 1st birthday and it is a great hit. He never tires playing with it, I highly recommand it.
It is super small, my son is 11 months and it is as tall as him. Needless to say, he'll outgrow it super fast. For the price i expected a little better, paid $80 for my daughters full sized play kitchen. Paid $70 for this little thing. All in all, he likes it and there is lots of stuff to put in his teething mouth. Easy to put together.
I was so excited to get this for Christmas... And so disappointed when I realized how small it is. And loud! I'm begging you, Fisher Price, please stop making things so loud. Kids know where the off/quiet/loud switch is, you know. It held their interest for a few weeks, so that was cool.
Not the best
I purchased this for my son when he was about a year old and now he is 3. I thought the taco truck idea was so cute for a kitchen/food toy for a boy. However this is a big piece of plastic I wish I didn't buy. It's cute and when he has friends over they like to play with it, however it didn't hold his attention for long and it's rare he plays with it. He plays more with the plastic food by itself. When I had it in his room, it took up so much space I couldn't put many other toys in there without it feeling like there was to much stuff. In my living room it took up so much space and was like a centerpiece. It is now outside on my patio (kind of appropriate for a taco truck?) And the sun has faded the stickers quite a bit. I can't bring myself to throw it away because of the money I spent on it and it was one of the first big toys I bought for him, but once I find someone who might need it or like it I will give it away. This is not a toy that really grew with him or that was worth the money or all the space it takes up. As far as the songs and layout of it, it's like a fast food restaurant theme. The songs talk about 'giving service with a smile'. Not sure if I want to be training him so young to work in fast food. I myself worked in the food industry for years and it almost gave me a headache listening to songs about customer service and 'gotta serve it up'. Definitely wasn't my idea to be pre training him so young him to want to work in fast food... the recycling songs and ideas were pleasant. In hindsight I really could've passed this one up.
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