Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play  Wagon

Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Pull & Play Wagon

Regular price $65.99
  • Product Dimensions: 11.42 x 16.54 x 9.45 inches
  • Item Weight: 6.04 pounds
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: GLK15
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries: 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Release date: June 1, 2019
  • Mfg Recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Manufacturer: Fisher-Price
  • Pull-along toy wagon loaded with hands-on play and educational content for babies ages 6-36 months
  • Smart Stages technology lets you change the learning content as your baby grows
  • Roll the wagon or press the light-up buttons, xylophone keys & crayons for music& phrases
  • Lots of sit & play activities, including a shape-sorter lid, puzzle play & bat-at toys


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Gwendolyn Beck
Climbers beware

My 2 year old really likes this. He enjoys placing the different items with their matching shapes or just simply pressing all the buttons and listening to the music. He also like to pull it around the living and put varies toys in the compartment.

If you have a climber though, be careful. He has learned he can pull the wagon up to different spots in the living (like the tv stand) and use it as a step stool of sorts.

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Gwendolyn Beck
Climbers beware

My 2 year old really likes this. He enjoys placing the different items with their matching shapes or just simply pressing all the buttons and listening to the music. He also like to pull it around the living and put varies toys in the compartment.

If you have a climber though, be careful. He has learned he can pull the wagon up to different spots in the living (like the tv stand) and use it as a step stool of sorts.