HOT TOY ALERT // Fisher-Price Think and Learn Code-a-pillar
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What kid doesn’t’ like a toy that blinks and makes noise? If you are looking for a toy that is different – that is interactive, engaging and educational – then you have to check out the Fisher-Price Think and Learn Code-a-pillar. And, it isn’t a screen that they are starting at – no worry about too much screen time. Heck, take it outside if its a nice day!
My kids have been having a blast with this toy. There is something for each one of them to do individually or they can work together at it. My kids are ages 19 months, three, and 5.5 years. My little guy can easily connect the pieces to the Code-a-pillar and press the button to watch it move. My three year old is problem solving while she learns to connect the different segments to get the Code-a-pillar to move in different directions. And, my 5.5 year old is experimenting to get the Code-a-piller to its 2 target destinations.
Arrange the segments in one order, and the Code-a-pillar follows instructions to go one way. Arrange them in another, and a completely different sequence begins. The easy-to-connect segments make finding out the different combinations of this Think and Learn Code-a-pillar safe, easy and fun!
- Encourages experimentation while developing important skills
- Including skills like sequencing, critical thinking, reasoning, discovery, memory, problem solving and experimentation.
- Learning fun in endless directions
- Kids can configure the segments to reach targets they set up throughout the room. Toy includes 1 sound segment, 3 straights, 2 right turns and 2 left turns. 2 destination targets and 1 motorized head.
- Motorized head and segments features lights
- Fun character sounds and blinking eyes to bring toy to life. Each segment lights up as the action happens.
- Designed for ages 3 to 6
- So your child can enjoy learning as they grow.
The Think and Learn Code-a-pillar has been keeping my kids entertained for some time now over the summer vacation and I’m anxious to buy additional expansion packs to see even more of the combinations they create.