Colorful, bright, interesting for little ones, and big ones alike. saw it advertised and looked on Walmart. cheaper here. yes I would purchase it again. Fisher Price toys are reliable..
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Fisher-Price Think & Learn Code-a-pillar:
- Age Range: 3 - 6Y
- 1 motorized head and 8 easy-to-connect segments for endless combinations!
- Kids connect the segments to make Code-a-pillar go forward, left, right or wherever they choose
- Each segment lights up as the action happens!
- Motorized head segment features lights, fun character sounds and blinking eyes to bring Code-a-pillar to life!
- Can you reach the target? Challenge kids to configure the segments so Code-a-pillar can get to the targets and reach their goals.
- Includes 8 segments: (3) move forward, (2) Turn Right 90 degrees, (2) Turn Left 90 degrees and (1) sound action segment, 2 destination targets, 1 motorized head
- Helps develop skills like sequencing, critical thinking, reasoning, discovery, memory, problem solving and experimentation
- Gives fine motor skills a good workout
- Kids discover that their actions make things happen (also known as cause & effect)!
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16.02 x 3.70 x 4.92 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Great STEM toy.
Lots of Fun!
It works amazingly. Bought for a 3 year old and she absolutely loves it, as did my 5 year old and 7 year old. Very simple to us for kids as well. Endless possibilities :)
Bought as a gift
I bought this as a gift for my grandson. I also bought all the other additional add ons. This not only will be entertaining, but educational for direction.
Son loves it!
The pieces connect easily for changing the route. The only downside is that there's no volume control.
It does what's box says it foes
Received this toy over the weekend and my four year old Grandson has barely put it down. It is durable and is doing well with my very active Grandson. He's tuff on his toys and nothing broke. The pieces are easy to connect and it does exactly what the package says. Which is really nice. It engages the child and provides endless possibilities depending on what order the pieces are put together. The lights are really fun too. Music and changing colors bring delight also. I feel the toy is helping with problem solving and critical thinking. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
My great niece absolutely love it
Just how much entertainment it is. My niece absolutely loves playing with it. She takes it to my brother house...it annoying to him
My 4 year old grandson is quite impressed with the colors displayed and the speed in which it moves. However, he has a difficult time taking and placing parts together without assistance. He is also too young to understand how the arrows can be sequenced to make the toy move in differing patterns. Would also be nice if music was more enjoyable and played more variety of melodies. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
The Think & Learn Code-a-pillar was enjoyed by my 4 year old granddaughter. It did take awhile for her to understand the concept, once she did she had fun trying to make it reach a target, and go under and around chairs and tables. The color coded directionals were easy for her to manipulate as was the on off switch
The music and sounds, although loud, added to her fun.
Would have liked the directionals to last longer and it would have been nice to have at least one more of each direction instead of having to buy an expansion
I think this is a great concept for kids; one in which she will grow with. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Code A Pillar
Needs a big space to run in especially if you buy the extra pieces. The kids loved it.
They need to give more play the wiring. I had taken my daughters apart to figure out what is wrong. The links that connect it together break on the inside. I have found that the black wire connected to the circuit bored for the USB slots breaks very easily. Fisher price needs to fix this, for it also happened in the head and several links. Make sure to get the warranty, but I doubt that that is going to help solve the problem until they fix it.
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