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Features: Toddlers imaginations will grow with Drop 'n Roar Simba, Perfectly sized playset just for baby featuring the lovable Disney characters Simba and Zazu, Fun sound effects, Lots of busy activities, Full of fun, from head to tail where the littlest actions will surprise and delight baby every time
No Worries—Baby Will Have a Ball
Fisher-Price Disney Baby The Lion King Drop ‘n Roar Simba is full of exciting surprises for Baby—along with silly sounds, character phrases, and familiar sing-along songs, including Baby's favorite from The Lion King! When Baby drops balls into Zazu, the balls either roll down Simba's back and right out of his mouth...or, surprise!...they drop through the chute and roll out from under Simba's belly. Baby will have a ball crawling and chasing after the four colorful balls, batting at the rollerball, spinning the butterfly, and sliding the peek-a-boo leaf for sounds and music, all while playing with favorite friends from The Lion King, Simba and Zazu.
Silly sounds, sing-along songs, and fun character phrases from Simba and Zazu.
Four colorful balls with surprise roll-out action.
Fisher-Price Disney Baby The Lion King Drop ‘n Roar Simba is full of exciting surprises for baby.
Simba's head lifts, mouth opens, and balls roll out.
Surprise! Balls roll out from under Simba's belly, too.
Baby's actions make fun things happen, teaching Baby about cause and effect.
Dropping balls into Zazu starts exciting rolling-ball fun, with a surprise—every time. Balls either drop down the chute and roll out from under Simba's belly...or they roll down Simba's back and right out of his mouth. Simba's head lifts, his mouth opens and the ball rolls out for Baby to chase. There's plenty of hands-on fun, with a rollerball to bat, a butterfly spinner, and a peek-a-boo leaf that activates songs and fun phrases, too. Favorite friends from The Lion King make play time more fun. See Simba's head lift and mouth open as balls roll out; sing-along to Baby's favorite song from The Lion King movie. Exciting rolling-ball action encourages baby to crawl and chase balls as they roll out, exercising Baby's developing gross motor skills. Grasping balls, sliding the peek-a-boo-leaf, spinning the butterfly, and batting at the rollerball exercise Baby's fine motor skills, too—and dropping balls in helps baby develop eye-hand coordination. Baby's actions make fun things happen, teaching Baby about cause and effect; sounds and music stimulate baby's senses of sight and sound.
March 1, 2017