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As part of the first birthday toy avalanche bestowed upon my daughter, she received the Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Pony. She used it as a 1 year old just to bounce up and down on it. We never even hooked it up to our TV. Well, it takes up a bit of precious floor space in our tiny house, so it ended up in the basement toy room. And we admittedly forgot about it. My nephew got the same toy, and my daughter (who is now almost 3), LOVED playing with it using the TV hookup. It's a physical toy: the bouncy horse. But it's also a learning toy. It hooks up to your TV and has many games that even the littlest kid can play. It covers basics like letters, numbers, shapes, colors, etc. We need to find room to bring her horse back up! (And baby sis is almost 1, so she could probably start using it too!) Fun AND learning, Fisher Price seems to be on a roll with these learning toys lately. I'm not grooming them for Harvard quite yet, but if they can learn that learning IS fun, that's a great head start! :)

The Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Pony is a decent toy. Although it does have some flaws to it, my daughter has a great time getting on the pony and bouncing up and down. She quickly learned how to get on and off by herself at under 1 year old. She does have a great time bouncing up and down, but when she was younger, she wasn't tall enough to reach her feet to the base to push off. I know it says the age recommendation is 1+ but she has always been tall and physically advanced, so we gave it a shot. Since she was taller than most 1 year olds, she should have been able to reach easily, so I assume most 1 year old will have this same issue. Instead, she would rock the pony back and forth, although it isn't made to do this so it didn't move much. Now that she is a bit taller, she bounces better. I have noticed that it is hard even for me to push up and down and it squeaks a lot, like it is catching on the post. Hopefully this is just isolated to our pony. She hasn't figured how to spin it around yet, so hopefully that feature will keep her entertained as she gets older. We tried hooking it up to the TV but she didn't have the patience to watch the TV, and I don't honestly care for her to be sitting in front of the TV anyways. Even if it would have worked, the picture was pixelated and blurry since we have a larger TV. Luckily, she plays enough with this toy without the TV, that I don't find the TV feature to be a deal breaker. Although she does play with it often, it is only for a few minutes at a time - although I'm sure she'd play with it more if it bounced easier. My problems with this toy, is that it is rather large and hard to put away, so it sits in the corner of the room. I'm a clutter fanatic, so this does bother me a bit. Also, if it is left in play mode, it will go off so easily and at the worst moments, like when my daughter is napping, or when the cat walks by it in the middle of the night.

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Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Zebra | Reviewed By Mums

The Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Pony is a decent toy. Although it does have some flaws to it, my daughter has a great time getting on the pony and bouncing up and down. She quickly learned how to get on and off by herself at under 1 year old. She does have a great time bouncing up and down, but when she was younger, she wasn't tall enough to reach her feet to the base to push off. I know it says the age recommendation is 1+ but she has always been tall and physically advanced, so we gave it a shot. Since she was taller than most 1 year olds, she should have been able to reach easily, so I assume most 1 year old will have this same issue. Instead, she would rock the pony back and forth, although it isn't made to do this so it didn't move much. Now that she is a bit taller, she bounces better. I have noticed that it is hard even for me to push up and down and it squeaks a lot, like it is catching on the post. Hopefully this is just isolated to our pony. She hasn't figured how to spin it around yet, so hopefully that feature will keep her entertained as she gets older. We tried hooking it up to the TV but she didn't have the patience to watch the TV, and I don't honestly care for her to be sitting in front of the TV anyways. Even if it would have worked, the picture was pixelated and blurry since we have a larger TV. Luckily, she plays enough with this toy without the TV, that I don't find the TV feature to be a deal breaker. Although she does play with it often, it is only for a few minutes at a time - although I'm sure she'd play with it more if it bounced easier. My problems with this toy, is that it is rather large and hard to put away, so it sits in the corner of the room. I'm a clutter fanatic, so this does bother me a bit. Also, if it is left in play mode, it will go off so easily and at the worst moments, like when my daughter is napping, or when the cat walks by it in the middle of the night.

My son recieved the Fisher Price Bounce and Spin pony for his first birthday. He was excited and I was happy for the idea that I could finally have something to grab his attention for a bit. When it finally came time to put the toy/game thingy together, I found it to be pretty easy. Even my son helped. Once it was finished, my son loved it. On the pony itself has 3 settings. One to turn the pony off, One to turn the pony on so it makes noises and another to use the pony with the tv.

I did have my son try to use the pony with th tv, but at age one, he really didnt care for it. He just liked to bounce and make noise. The graphics on the tv for the pony games are very simple and kinda boring. I got sick of looking at it. It really doesnt grab your attention and is verly plain.

So When my son turned 2, I figured I would try again for the tv/game for the pony. He liked it at first. He liked playing the game where he can make the pony jump. But after 3 minutes of it, it got boring. I tried having him play other games on it and he just lost intrest.

The Fisher Price Bounce and Spin Pony is a good thought, but it isnt worth the money. With so many other toys for my son to choose from, this toy didnt make it. Right now its sitting collecting dust until I can pass it off on to another parent.