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Giggles, tunes & lights!
  • Giggles, tunes & lights!
  • Batting the bee starts fun lights & sounds!
  • Wobbly action!
  • Colorful beads to slide, spin & clack!
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"AA" 4-pack

Fisher-Price 63664
Go Baby Go!™ Gigglin’ Bee Ball™
Product #: W4122
Ages: 6-36 months
$17.00 Sale Price $13.99  
A big bee with busy beads—and lots of music, silly sounds and light-up fun! All to encourage developing skills while baby plays. Requires 2 AA batteries.

Develop & Learn:

Busy bead bar
• Invites baby to explore & play, enhancing fine motor skills & eye-hand coordination

Wobbly base
• Batting at the ball for fun wobbly action & sounds helps baby learn about cause & effect

Music, sounds & lights
• Rewarding music, silly sounds & dancing lights stimulate auditory & visual skills

Product Ratings and Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gigglin' Bee Ball Leaves Baby Gigglin' My 5 month old received the Gigglin' Bee Ball for Christmas. He loves it and bursts into hysterics when we pull it out to play. The lights and sound initiates at the slightest movement and it easy for him to use. The rings on the top are easy for him to manipulate and grab. January 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Favorite Toy My 5 month old son absolutely loves this toy! It makes a different sounds any time it is moved, even just a little bump, so he can easily get it to play music and other sounds. The front also lights up, which helps keep his attention. This toy has made tummy time much more tolerable, and he also loves to play while laying on his back. (He's not sitting up on his own just yet.) I expect this will be a favorite for quite some time!! January 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cute toy I got this for my 9month old daughter for Easter, it is a cute toy and holds her interest for a good period of time. Anytime you bump this bee, is plays cute music. There isn't much to this toy, but for the price, I'd reccommend it. April 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Doesn't Do Much.. We got this for our 9 month old daughter, but she doesn't seem interested in it at all. She won't have anything to do with it. It only makes sounds when you move it. Maybe if it periodically made sounds by itself she might be more likely to go over to it. All kids are different....that's just how mine acted. January 23, 2012
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