Laugh & Learn Play & Go Keys, Wake Up & Learn Coffee Mug, and Counting & Colors Smoothie Maker Review

Editor's Rating


Editor's Review

Your baby loves watching you, so naturally, your baby wants to do everything you do. Help your baby feel grown-up and learn with new Laugh & Learn toys that mimic everything from drinking coffee to driving a car.

The Play & Go Keys is a key ring with a soft puppy keychain, a chewy teether key, and a key with slider function. Slide up the lever to reveal a picture of a house. There is also a key fob with buttons that activate lights, sounds, and phrases. Pressing the top button activates car sound effects, phrases, and a song. The ABC 123 button activates phrases and music about the letters of the alphabet and numbers. This is for ages 6 to 36 months. Three button cell batteries are included.

The Wake Up & Learn Coffee Mug has rattling coffee beads inside. Or flip the lid to reveal a matcha latte swirl. The handle of this to-go mug has two soft clackers. The front of the mug features a smiley face and two buttons that activate more than 20 sounds, songs, and phrases. Pressing the ABC button plays learning content about the alphabet, while pressing the 123 button plays content about numbers and counting. This is for ages 6 to 36 months. Three button cell batteries are included.

The Counting & Colors Smoothie Maker whips up pretend fruits and vegetables along with more than 25 songs, sounds, and phrases. Lift the lid or drop the included food pieces through the lid’s slot. Then slide the lever back and forth to make the food pieces “spin”. Each of the five food pieces has a number on it. And for more learning fun, press one of the two buttons on the smoothie maker. The ABC button is all about learning letters, while the 123 button plays content about numbers and counting. Plus the smoothie maker lights up. Unlike the other toys, this one has two levels of volume. It includes three AA batteries and is for ages 9 to 36 months.

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Should I get it?

All of these baby toys are super cute and give babies their own versions of favorite parent “toys”. (Although, we can’t guarantee that your baby won’t still want to play with your actual car keys.) The lights and sounds enhance the play, and the content introduces babies to early learning concepts. These have tactile play, visual and auditory stimulation, and help with fine motor skills. And as your baby gets older, he or she will love using these toys for roleplay.


3 toys to choose from
Lights & sounds enhance play
Content introduces early learning concepts
Used for roleplay as baby grows



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