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Chicco Bilingual Talking Farm plays music, and combines enchanting colors, animals, and lights to entertain children. This talking barnyard is a play-and-learn companion that offers fun challenges for kids. Bilingual, it teaches as many as 125 words and phrases in English and Spanish. Improve kids' language, thinking, and musical skills.
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Comments about Bilingual Talking Farm:
My three year old girl likes to press the buttons that identify the animals and numbers, and to answer the simple questions with the buttons, usually in English.
My four year old son, who has Down syndrome, likes to answer the complicated questions, and is mastering the instructions that ask you to press the buttons in a certain sequence. He prefers the Spanish voice, I think because that voice is much more enthusiastic when the child gets it right! :) This is one of his favorite toys, and he's liked it since he was a toddler. He especially likes to play with it in the car, and to play with it with his little sister, with both kids taking turns pressing the buttons.
I appreciate the two volume settings, as I like quieter electronic toys. It's a little difficult to clean the front of the toy. We are a bilingual family.
My almost year-old daughter gives a lot of attention to this toy. She mainly presses the button for the bear, which is prominently placed and directs her to the other buttons. She doesn't seem turned off by the voice, which was brought to my attention by my mom, who thought it a tad gruff. Overall, we like it, and my husband is also learning a Sp. word or 2.
My 11 mth will play with it for a short amount of time then gets bored with it. Not worth the money and its fairly large.
it is an alright toy for a child, but definetely for an older toddler not 12 months, but maybe 2 and up. Once thing that really bugs me is the guy's voice and the way he asks the questions. It is not pleasant, and not engaging for a child at all. My 15 month old played with it only for a few minutes and usually prefers other toys to this one. I would suggest buying another one.
When I bought this toy for my daughter I thought it will be a great buy! We are trying to raise her bilingual, I am Italian and my husband American. I would like to have my daughter be familiar with other languages, especially Spanish. I like the toy, the only down side is the unfriendly voice. She gets a little bit scared of the voice. I am sure she will get used to it sometime.
My 19 month old daughter got this for her first birthday and has loved it ever since. It has been so great to watch her develop from randomly pushing all of the buttons to pushing them in the right order when the voice asks her to press a certain animal or number. I highly recommend this to everyone!
We got this toy for our first son when he was 8 months old, now he is two and he still plays with it. He loved it and it was the toy of choice for the longest time. The batteries last forever. I've never had to replace them.
I bought it for my one year old and he loves it.