3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion | DHW02 | Fisher-Price
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3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion

Age 6-36 Months
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  • Product Features

    With 3 ways to play that grow with your baby, the Fisher-Price® Sit, Stride & Ride Lion is triple the fun — and so versatile! Each stage takes little ones through important developmental milestones. Sit & Play. For sitting babies, tons of hands-on activities make this lion a roaring good time! He has a light-up button nose … a mane with 10 light-up buttons that teach numbers & colors … a butterfly flipper … a fun spinner … and balls to “feed” him that come spilling out below! Push & Walk. When your little one is ready to get up and go, lift the seat for a handle to steady first steps while fun phrases & songs encourage them to keep going. “Take a few steps 1, 2, 3!” Scoot & Ride. Taking this sweet lion friend for a ride is easy! Just lower the seat for your toddler to scoot along to more encouraging phrases & songs. “Let’s get moving!”

    • 3 ways to play!
      1. Sit & Play — Busy activities include 10 light-up buttons that activate fun songs & phrases - plus a spinner to click, a nose to press, a mouth to fill, and a butterfly to flip over!
      2. Push & Walk — The seat pops up to become a handle to help make first steps steadier — with encouraging phrases & songs that invite your wobbly one to walk more.
      3. Scoot & Ride — Drop the seat down to turn the lion into a ride-on for lots of fun scooting — and encouraging rooting from the fun phrases & songs!
    • Press light-up nose for fun sounds, songs, tunes & phrases!
    • The mane event! The 10 light-up buttons teach numbers & colors
    • “Feed” balls to the lion to hear silly sounds and more as the balls spill out below!
    • Helps give developing motor skills a busy workout
    • Includes 3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion and 3 colorful balls for “feeding” time!

    SKU #: DHW02
  • Development Benefits

    • Gross Motor Skills

      Gross Motor Skills

      Fosters balance & gross motor skills as baby sits to play, then pulls up to a stance and learns to walk, then ride.
    • Sensory Skills

      Sensory Skills

      Bright colors, music, and textures stimulate the senses.
    • Self-Expression & Confidence

      Self-Expression & Confidence

      Fosters confidence and independence as toddler goes from place to place on his/her own.