Fisher Price Learn With Me Zebra Walker | A Review

Monday, 11 April 2016
I'm so sad that Isla is at the stage where all she wants to do is constantly stand on her feet and attempt to walk, so it only seemed right it was time to get a baby walker. I'm not sure where the past 9 months have flown by and how she is already attempting the art of walking, crawling off at high speed and generally just growing up.

With Jack we had a push along walker, and I knew we would get the same for Isla, as I've never been much of a fan of the sit in ones. So, when we were recently sent the Fisher Price Learn With Me Zebra Walker I knew it was the perfect option.

The walker doesn't come pre-assembled however its very simple to do taking a matter of minutes. Parts simply click in place and are assembled securely with a screwdriver and some provided screws. You also require two AA batteries which aren't included. This Fisher Price Zebra Walker is designed for children from 6 months through to 3 years, although Jack is enjoying it at 4 years. It can be played with in two modes, firstly the Sit and Play mode, which has lots of activities to keep your little one occupied helping to teach ABCs and 123s. Then there is Stand and Walk mode, which encourages your little one to walk along with. It's design is based on a classic walker with the four sturdy wheels and a good chunky handle which a young child can easily hold onto. 

There are lots of different activities on the front of the walker and both Isla and Jack really enjoy playing with them. The colours on the front are bright and everything is large enabling Isla to clearly see and mess with them. Theres big light up buttons, which also activate the sounds, which sing and say encouraging phrases. Also there is a dial to turn, a book to flip pages, a peek-a-boo flip section, a ball and a flick to switch. 

Isla is really getting the hang of this walking business now, and the walker has really encouraged this. It's very sturdy and even the moments where she is unsteady it provides lots of support and stability to help encourage her to keep going thanks to the wide wheel base. As it's pushed along the music continues encouraging the user to keep going.

This baby walker is priced at £29.99 which I think is a reasonable price for all what is on offer with this toy. It's a great learning and development toy which can be used still once they have the hang of walking. 

Please Note: We received this walker in exchange for an honest and impartial review. All views and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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