Activity center with four busy sides and one zany top.
what parents are saying
I wanted this forever, but my daughter showed only some interest. It’s difficult for babies and young ones to move some of the pieces on top which makes it frustrating. Better for older toddlers. (Dec 06, 2017)
If you ever want a bead maze, this is worth it. Doors open and close, alphabet and animals spin on sides. Extremely sturdy and heavy so there’s no fear of this toppling over. Paint won’t chip off!
Sep 10, 2019
Pros: lots of different activities. No sound or music so it’s a good quiet toy.
Cons: my daughter seems to get easily bored with this toy. Never really took to it for more than a few minutes
Feb 11, 2019
Engaging for all ages. Played with by my 10 month old and 4 year old alike, they keep going back to it. Very sturdy, has been knocked over and the bottom has gotten scratched up, still standing strong
Sep 12, 2018
This toy is so sturdy and has so many things to play with. The only thing to be mindful of is it is really heavy. Good bc it is hard to pull over. My son held onto it a lot when he was first walking.
Dec 31, 2017
I wanted this forever, but my daughter showed only some interest. It’s difficult for babies and young ones to move some of the pieces on top which makes it frustrating. Better for older toddlers.
Dec 06, 2017
I got this when my child was about 6 months old and he loves it. At first he just played with the sides, but now he is standing to play with the top. It's sturdy so it will get lots of use.
Oct 19, 2017
Honestly, I think that most ages would play with it, but I'm not sure how long it would hold a 3 year old's attention. I think that it's a toy better introduced at a younger age so that they can grow with it.
I recently retrieved this from our attic for my 11 month old and my 3 year old is playing with it again but it only holds his attention for a short period of time unlike when he was younger. It seems like a pricey choice to purchase it for an older child.
I would not recommend this for a three year old. My two year old no longer plays with it as intended and tries to use it to climb things instead. If your child enjoys these types of activity tables, I would suggest looking for one that is a larger size.
I agree with the folks here. Three is a little old for it, we still use ours at 2.5 but only occasionally and only to practice her letters. You can find something that requires more imagination for a three year old.