We received the Fisher Price Croc Block Wagon as a gift for our 8-month-old son. He loves it. He isn’t walking yet so he can’t pull the wagon around but I’m sure he will start once he can.
Recommend this product?
The Fisher Price Stack and Surprise Wagon has a lot of great features. The eyes on the croc spin around in both directions this is something that our son absolutely loves. The blue button on the end squeaks and the handle can be tucked under the wagon.
This wagon is designed to look like a crocodile. The croc’s mouth makes sounds when it opens and closes. And the orange stack pegs on the inside lift up for you to store blocks or other toys on the inside. The way the blocks fit on the pegs makes it more of a learning experience for our baby, because they don’t easily fall off.
Not only does this toy come with blocks to play with but you can also purchase separate sets with more blocks and characters. These separate sets are usually very inexpensive on average they cost between $5 and $10. Not that you would need any more blocks to add to the set: it came with plenty.
The blocks themselves are a great design. They are all very colourful shaped in squares and cylinders designed with a smaller cylinder on the inside so that when the block is placed on a peg the inside cylinder sticks up revealing a face. Our baby loves this and mostly just plays with the blocks themselves.
So far our baby has only been playing with the blocks and he has only figured out how to take the blocks off the croc not put them back on. But I think the fun he’s had with the blocks alone is worth the purchase price. We expect he will grow with this toy and it has been the best toy we’ve been given as of yet.
Amount Paid (US$): 30
Type of Toy: Baby Toy
Age Range of Child: 12 to 36 Months