Fisher-Price Learn with Me Zebra Walker

With Benjamin wanting to be on his feet all the time the Fisher-Price Zebra Walker has been great. It’s got two ways to play – you can either sit and play with the cheeky zebra or hold on to the easy-grip handle and take some of your first steps. Benjamin has quite taken to walking with it backwards though so he can enjoy both elements of this baby walker at once!

 The walker is bright and cheerful looking and uses bright colours, lights, music and textures to help your baby to develop their senses as well as encouraging them to take their first steps. There are buttons to press, a ball to roll, books pages to turn, window to discover characters behind and more. All these activities are designed to help improve baby’s fine motor skills.

 The zebra helps to teach ABCs, 123s and also encourages your little one to continue trying to take their first steps. He’s a friendly face with lots of fun phrases and songs which really does encourage your baby to interact, learn first words, take first steps and more. Benjamin will often laugh at the zebra and seems to talk back to him when playing.

 Its four wheels are sturdy and supportive so baby can lean on the handle without worry. There is enough space at the back for them to waddle and walk without catching their toes which is perfect for those wobbly legs. It’s also very light so is easy to move and store away once you’ve finished playing with him.

The walker is really easy to put together and took a matter of minutes. You do need two AA batteries and a slim phillips screwdriver but apart from that, you’re ready to go. It is really easy to wipe clean and the surface doesn’t have lots of bumps and grooves to get dirt stuck in.

 Overall I think this walker is brilliant for small tots and certainly grabs their attention and curiosity. I really love the zebra design and think this cheeky friend is a real attraction for Benjamin.

The only downside to this walker is the fact you can’t take the face off and use it as a stand-alone toy as well as a walker. If you had the option to do this, I think it would last children longer as the wheels could be put away and the interactive face used when they are confident walkers. I only say this as my daughter could walk by 11 months and wouldn’t use the wheels section of a walker but would have been more than happy to use the ‘toy’ element. Benjamin is nearly 1 and is taking tentative steps away from the walker at times but still loves the comfort of holding on to the walker for now.

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