Laugh & Learn 4-in-1 Game Experience Review

Editor's Rating


Editor's Review

Pave the way for your toddler and preschooler to earn an athletic scholarship with the Laugh & Learn 4-in-1 Game Experience. Little ones can explore baseball, basketball, and soccer with this interactive electronic toy.

Swing the plastic bat at the tethered baseball, shoot some hoops with the kid-sized basketball, and kick the soccer ball into the goal underneath the concession stand. Yes, along with the active sports play, there is also pretend food play. Order your favorite stadium snacks, such as a hot dog, popcorn, pizza, and drink. These food pieces are also shape sorters. Use the plastic credit card to pay at the cash register.

But there is also an interactive, light-up scoreboard that takes kids through three Smart Stages of learning and play. Change up the stages as your child grows. In stage 1 or Explore mode, the youngest kids can press the shape buttons or spin the rollers to hear sounds, music, first words, and phrases about shapes, colors, sports, and letters. Stage 2 is Encourage mode. Along with sounds, phrases, and songs, kids can follow along with the prompts to practice color and shape recognition. And in stage 3’s Pretend mode, engaging sounds and phrases will inspire imaginative play for preschoolers.

The instructions say it’ll take 20 minutes to assemble this toy, and that’s pretty accurate. We thought it was difficult to tighten the screws. The toy requires three AA batteries, which are not included. There are two volume levels.

Laugh & Learn 4-in-1 Game Experience

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Should I get it?

Along with the three kid-sized sports areas, this toy has more than 100 songs, sounds, and phrases to really inspire the play and help little ones practice colors, shapes, letters, and more. We like that there are three modes of play to grow with your child. This packs a lot of active, educational, and imaginative play into one toy.


  • 3 kid-sized sports areas
  • 3 modes of play
  • Introduces colors, shapes, letters, & more
  • Imaginative roleplay & active play


  • Difficult tightening the screws during assembly

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