Babies are immersed in an animated learning environment where their little finger taps, swipes, tilts & shakes teach all about body parts with two fun characters & music! Puppy and Kitty will teach baby about nose, ear, eyes, mouth, foot, tummy, hand & head! Designed for babies 6 mos. & up.
• Tap, tilt or shake the screen to interact with the animals. They’ll giggle or slide across the screen to delight baby!
• Music Time!: Hear more about body parts and what they do through two sung songs!
• Teaches body parts, body movements, first words, greetings, and action/reaction.
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The applications Laugh & Learn™ Where's Puppy's Nose? for Baby was published in the category Education on 2011-02-08 and was developed by Fisher-Price. The file size is 56.89 MB. The current version is 4.0.3 and works well on 7.0 and high ios versions.
Combined iPad and iPhone versions
Support for both US and UK English
I decided to get this app because it was simple and you don’t have to pay for the full version like many other children’s games. Downloaded it to my tablet and my 21-month-old son, who has an extremely short attention span and usually can only play with something for a few minutes and then moves onto the next thing, plays the games for longer than I expected. He enjoys the fun sounds and how the characters “talk” to him, and he loves when he receives praise for doing each activity right. He’s already saying words that were not in his vocabulary, and that’s just after one day of play. It’s amazing, so I highly recommend this app for any toddler parent!!!
My daughter loves it!
So far app works great but fisher price refuses to update to 64 bit for ios11. App will stop working shortly after ios11 release. I have contacted support but no one seems to care to respond. Fisher price did "flood" the app store with new apps(just like the old 32bit versions) but they are no longer free, costing 1.99+. BOOO to you fisher price.
All of the fisher price apps are amazing! The ONLY apps that I have found, for free, that are really child friendly. My one year old LOVES every one of them! There are no annoying ads popping up for him to click and they're actually educational. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
I have never reviewed an app, but this one is just that bad. It's anyone's guess to whether it will launch and get past the loading screen. I opened the app 15 times and it only got past the loading screen once. I have no idea what this app is actually supposed to do. The functionality is just that bad. Do you tap on things? Do you just sit there while it asks you where puppy is? It's the same story on my iPhone and my iPad.
It won't open past the first screen where they giggle and wave.
Yet again I was excited to try this one but it doesn't go past the title screen. C'mon, Fisher Price. I have a fussy baby I'm trying to soothe. I don't have time to "trials and error" this app's mistakes.
My baby love that app!
We never have a problem with this app. My 1 year old loves the Laugh and Learn apps, we've been playing with them for about 6 or so months now. They're so easy for her to play with while learning in a fun way. We even sing the songs when we aren't playing with the app! She giggles every time. Phenomenal app!
My baby enjoys the songs, and the characters are cute. Good app. It's educational, colorful, and it has good songs for the babies.
perfect for babies, thank u 4 wonderful apps 2 keep babies happy while learning ;)
My son loves this app, makes him happy. And just so everyone knows you just touch the screen and it goes along showing you the body parts, just cause you touched the nose it doesnt mean its going to show you the nose. Common sense, its an app for babies. Duh!!!!
My 10 week old son goes bonkers when I play this app for him! He can be all out crying but stop immediately the second he hears it start up :D You don't actually touch the body parts to get them to name them. All you have to do is touch anywhere on the screen and they will cycle through their list of body parts then sing. Though I wish they did name the parts you touch to really make this a learning app. But for pure fun, this app is the #1 choice for my little guy.
I can't hear anything
Whets the sound ?
Kids liked the Animals but got bored really quickly. The other fisher price apps are a lot more entertaining. Will probably delete it
Got this for my 20 month old. Doesn't hold her attention for very long at all. She gets aggravated with it because the touch response is kinda slow. Would probably be better for babies. Love other fisher price apps though!
I clicked feet and it said eyes and mouth and that frog did the wrong thing and @ gh222, that same thing happened to me
Please fix the fact that when you touch one body part it will say another. It could become very confusing to a child.
I agree with other reviews that the body part you touch should be the one they name or don't touch at all. I also wish there was an option just play the songs if so desired.