With the simple press of a button, children can learn interesting facts about different types of animals found around the world.
To play with this toy, a child simply needs to press the button that goes with the animal they want, and then the toy will start talking about that animal. To switch animals, just press the button for a different one and keep learning!
Learn dozens of “Did you know?” facts with the Fisher-Price See ‘n Say Animal Explorer. By simply pressing on a picture, your child will learn all about that specific animal as they listen to interesting facts. There are over 200 facts, and along with these, children can explore five different animal habitats and hear animal sounds. A very educational toy, children can learn about dozens of animals from around the world.
The animal explorer is easy for children ages three to five to use, as the only thing they need to do is press a button. However, even slightly older children up to age eight can enjoy this toy as well as they become more interested in learning new things. Since it is not very big, it is portable- bring it to a friend’s house or for a long car ride. Some users have complained that the size is very small, and because it’s not as big, it is not as durable as it should be for young children who are going to be using it. However, it may seem small to an adult, but it is fit for a child, so it is the right size for them.
Unfortunately, the See ‘n Say Animal Explorer is no longer being produced, but Fisher Price does have alternative toys in their See ‘n Say collection that are very similar. We found that the most similar is the Classic See ‘n Say Farmer Says, which teaches kids about twelve different classic animals that would commonly be found on a farm, like horses, pigs, sheep, and more.
- Keep inside
- Do not get wet. If wet, dry immediately.
Parts and Pieces
The parts are all plastic and come included in the box.
No concerns have been reported with this toy, but some parts in the box come wrapped in plastic, so be careful to throw away all of the garbage so your child doesn’t put it in their mouth.