Fisher-Price Musical Pop-Up Eggs (Review)

The Fisher-Price Musical Pop-Up Eggs is a toy specifically designed to help babies / toddlers develop fine motor skills while entertaining them with sound effects and lights.

Taking center stage are three signature style characters — a chick, turtle and toucan which¬†pop up from individual eggs accompanied by three different activation switches.


The three switches each have their own unique way of activation. The chick requires a push (press down) to pop up while the turtle and toucan require a slide (up or down) and twist (left or right). Each time a baby successfully pops up a character, he or she is also rewarded with lights and sounds (catchy tunes). There is also a switch that can be used to turn off the lights and sound effects.

The toy itself has a multi-colored exterior that babies will find attractive and is powered by 3 AA batteries. It is built to be quite sturdy and can take a lot of abuse although I am a bit disappointed that the characters are not completely hidden in their eggs (they are half-exposed actually).

Having the characters half-exposed simply ruins the element of surprise. It would have been great if Fisher-Price designed them to be completely hidden in their eggs but I guess at some point during the design process they realized that having the characters completely hidden means a product would stretch more vertically resulting in a bigger, more expensive and potentially more fragile design.

The "eggs" do not fully depress and enclose the characters.

The “eggs” do not fully depress and enclose the characters.

Whatever the reason is, the Fisher-Price Musical Pop-Up Eggs is still a neat toy for children ages 6 months to 3 years. My son has been playing with it since he was barely 12 months old and still finds it entertaining a year later.

Fisher-Price Musical Pop-Up Eggs




Fun Factor


Build Quality


Educational Value





  • Help babies develop fine motor skills
  • Attractive and colorful design and sound FX
  • Reasonably affordable


  • Eggs are not fully hidden

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