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Clementoni Activity Table {Toy Review}

February 7, 2017

Piglet is by far my most inquisitive child. From an early age, she wanted to be on a playmat and watching the lights twinkle or pull at the toys hanging above her. Being a curious child it comes as no surprise that she stand, stood and started to furniture walk before Roo and Tigger. Fascinated by lights, sounds, and buttons we have always been on the lookout for something that will hold her interest long after she has worked out how to operate it.

Clementoni Activity Table

The Clementoni Activity Table is a  fun activity table with many interactive buttons designed to stimulates hearing and sight. With an array of features is it suitable for ages 6-36 months.

A plastic container of food, with Roo and Tigger

Clementoni Activity Table – Features

Educational Baby Pod

Complete with nine touch-sensitive buttons. Each one playing a different sound effect, rhyme or words.

A plastic container of food, with Function

Music Player

Press either of the buttons on the music player to listen to songs and tunes. The headphones ear pieces can be spun and twisted too.

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Shapes and Colours

Three colourful shapes surround the on/off/volume switch. Each one helping the little ones to learn shapes and colours.

A plastic container filled with food, with Boo and Function

Animal Alphabet

Flip the pages of the book over to hear rhymes and the names of the first letters/animals of the alphabet.

A plastic container filled with food, with Tigger and BY FAR

Magic Keyboard

Every little one can be a pianist with the magic keyboard. the auto-complete function lets them play cheerful tunes without ever hitting the wrong key.

A cake made to look like a face

Learning Values

  • Development of the senses
  • Development of psychomotor skills
  • Cognitive development
  • Emotional development

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Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

The Clementoni Activity Table provides fun, interaction and educational activities all-in-one. The table can be used from when little ones are first starting to sit unaided. Then with the legs attached for when they are starting to pull themselves up and standing. (Please note that once the legs are attached they are unable to be removed).

Piglet really enjoys playing with the different play elements on the activity table. Pressing buttons, spinning and lifting the pages too. As a parent, I would have liked the legs of the table to have more weight to them. Whilst they withstand a one-year-old pulling up on it, I can see them wobbling at times and worry that it might tip over (and Piglet is able to lift and tip it over). The colourful buttons and range of activities make it an activity toy that they will go back to time and time again.

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Disclosure: We received a Clementoni Activity Table FOC for the purpose of review

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