Features of the Beat-Bo
- Large, multi-colour LED grid tummy
- The hips shake and the head nods
- There are three modes – Dance ‘n Move, Learning & Games and Customized Sing-Along where you can record your own voice.
- Press buttons on the feet and tummy
When the Fisher Price Beat-Bo first arrived, I thought it would be perfect for Chloe, as she is 16 months (it is a great baby toy suitable from 9 months old). However, Max was pretty obsessed with it too – he preferred pressing all the buttons and recording his voice whereas Chloe preferred dancing along with it and pressing all the buttons too. Of course, grabbing the head and ears on the robot were big on her agenda too 😉
Basically, it is an adorable fun robot for your little ones. As soon as we saw the box both of my kids were really excited to open it and get it out to play with – it is really bright and colourful. He comes out of the box with an easy turn of the plastic under his feet- simple to do and out he comes.
The dancing mode is really fun and the songs last a minute or so so keeps little ones engaged. The learning games include the ABC song, colours, counting and more. Chloe, not understanding as many words, was mainly rocking and dancing with it, but Max, understanding what he is saying, moves around and sings along with the ABCs. They were kids were having a lot of fun with it and it is pretty energetic and gets them to move around.
As I’ve said, Max likes to record his voice (as do I) and the robot sings it back to you. Kind of cute to hear your voice be sung back in a robotic style. Max particularly liked that he could hear him self and it was the exact phrase he had used.
My two loved it! Will spend a long time playing with it and seem to be having genuine fun. As for me, I think it is really cute, but he may get a little bit annoying over time as it is pretty loud but overall, it is a fun interactive toy and my two really like it. They aren’t that good at sharing though, maybe they need one each, ha. I just shouldn’t expect them to sit quietly with it 😉 The box states that it is suitable for up to 36 months months, but Max, four in December, still has a great time with it, so certainly think it is fun for children older than that too. The Beat-Bo costs around £32.99.
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*the item was gifted in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Aww! That is so cute….I can see why little one’s would love it x
Thanks Kim x
This looks great! Not too keen on noisy toys even though my LO loves them though… they drive me nuts and I end up humming whatever noise they make! #twinklytuesday
there is an off switch though haha x
OMG it’s super cute and I didn’t realise how big it would actually be so great to see the video you took. Love the dancing mode, I’m sure my daughter would love this. Might have to put it on her Christmas/ Birthday list 🙂
it is a really cute toy x
haha it does indeed! x
Aww that looks so fun, Elliott would defo enjoy playing with that! Suz x Beauisblue.com
What a fun toy! The sounds, lights & recording feature are really interactive. Looks like your kiddies had a wonderful time with it. Great review & video #sharewithme x
You can’t beat Fisher Price for kids toys can you? Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested
Having seen the TV advert for this I wondered whether it really was as good as it seems, I’m pleased to see that your children loved it and I think I’ll be adding it to baby’s Christmas wish list #TriedTested
This is great and what a lovely toy. Good review hun love the video. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me. #sharewithme
Looks an entertaining toy and brightly coloured