From teaching first words to encouraging first steps, the Fisher-Price® Learn with Me Zebra Walker is the kind of first friend you want for your little one! Spin, flip, roll, twist. This zebra’s full of busy, hands-on activities for sitting babies. Your baby can turn the book page or press the light-up buttons to hear all about letters and numbers through sing-along songs and phrases with new animal friends! And when baby’s learning to walk, the easy-grasp handle and sturdy 4-wheel base help steady those wobbly first steps. “Keep going!” Lots of fun phrases, music and songs invite and reward even more moving and grooving – helping little ones get even steadier on their feet!
Musical infant walking toy with 2 ways to play as your baby grows: Sit & play and Stand & Walk
Hands-on activities for sitting babies plus light-up buttons to press for sing-along songs and phrases
Fun phrases, music and sounds help reach the alphabet, numbers and more
Easy-grasp handle and sturdy 4-wheel base help steady baby’s first steps
For babies ages 6 months and older
This zebra really earns its stripes for helping baby’s development!
It teaches ABC’s and 123’s. It keeps hands busy. And it gets feet moving. You won’t find a better first friend for your little one than the Learn With Me Zebra Walker. Sitting babies will love all the hands-on activities: light-up buttons to push and a page to turn for learning phrases and songs; a switch to flip; a roller ball to spin; a dial to twist; and a friend to play peek-a-boo with. And when baby’s ready to get up and go, the zebra walker steadies first steps and rewards walking with encouraging phrases and fun music.
A friend that baby can lean on.
The easy-grasp handle and stable, 4-wheel base help your new walker balance better and make beginning steps a little less wobbly.
Skill-building benefits are there in black & white. (And color, too!)
This baby walker helps foster balance and coordination, and gives gross motor skills a healthy workout. All the hands-on activities help build fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. And the bright colors, lights, music and phrases help give important senses like sight and hearing a big boost.