Billed as a “perfect entertainer for both baby and toddler” the Activity Station features a seat that rotates 360 degrees around the table top to gives your baby full access to all toys and activities.
With Bright Starts’ Around We Go, your baby can use the flip book to activate melodies, piano keys, and silly sounds. The “Action/reaction station” has toys including a bead chaser and popping, spinning, and sliding characters.
It’s $98 here.
Toddlers and babies need to move, and the Luv U Zoo Jumperoo can make it more fun for them to do so.
With sounds, lights, and the opportunity for plenty of movement, the Jumperoo is a fun, entertaining way for baby to develop crucial motor skills, Fisher Price says. It’s designed with a sturdy, freestanding base, and features a spinning seat with bright and colorful toys to touch, tug, and pull.
The seat height is adjustable to grow with your baby, while the soft spring covers are safe for little fingers, the company says. “Best of all, the Jumperoo rewards baby’s jumping with lights, sound effects and music so baby is encouraged to keep jumping. Whether your baby is turning, jumping, or grasping, the Jumperoo encourages gross motor development, hand-eye coordination, and introduces baby to a variety of textures, shapes, and colors.”
Normally $100, it’s $77 here.
It’s a fun, interactive, and educational activity center with a natural theme: Fisher-Price says its Rainforest Melodies & Lights Deluxe Gym “encourages healthy development while entertaining and calming baby.”
The gym has a soft quilt and offers music, lights, and nature sounds to keep your baby safely occupied. The activity gym “stimulates growing babies with music, lights, nature sounds, games and textures, the company says. It includes a spinner with rattling beads, spinning butterflies, shiny mirror, crinkly leaf for peek-a-boo fun, movable and stationary activity toys. “A cushy monkey, jingly toucan, cute elephant, and parrot with spinning paddle invite baby to bat them around, an action that helps develop gross motor skills.”
It’s designed for use from new-borns on up, and it’s $59 here.