I wasn't sure that one wall of a pretend house would entertain my three toddler testers for an afternoon. Boy, was I wrong. The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Home not only held their attention that day, it has been consistently played with ever since. Whether they are opening the front door, switching the porch light on and off, learning a new song from the radio, putting letters in the mailbox or dropping colorful balls into the downspout, every baby or toddler will find an enjoyable activity on the Laugh & Learn Home. What surprised me most was that a group of toddlers could all play with this toy at once without fighting, thanks to the multiple activity stations. The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Home is a great choice for families with more than one small child since it can be shared easily. Babies as young as 6 months of age can sit and play with the radio, mailbox and balls, or try out their crawling skills by going through the door. Musical rewards encourage baby with almost every activity. Babies also can learn to pull up on the Learning Home. Although I had no trouble with the toy tipping over when a baby pulled up on it, other parents have reported this problem. Toddlers will love spinning the house numbers and clock hands, and changing the wheel from day to night, as well as learning the ABCs with the radio and practicing opposites by turning the light on and off or opening and closing the door. Delivering letters to the mailbox is also popular with toddlers.