Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess Songs Palace is great for developing eye-hand coordination, increasing finger dexterity, understanding spatial relationships, and capturing visual attention.
Description: Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess Songs Palace (Discontinued by manufacturer)
Product Features: Introduce children to classic Disney Princesses with the Little People, Includes 7 palace play areas, Place any princess on the magical palace dance floor to hear her name, phrases, and a song, Includes Cinderella and Snow White, Toddler appropriate play features and adorable Little People styling
Buy New: $127.00 USD
Parents Best Toy of the Year
The Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess Palace features:
- Disney character styling and sculpture through and includes 7 play areas (Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bedroom, Balcony, Attic, Dressing Room and Magical Dance Floor)
- Place any Little People Disney Princess figure on a special location on the Magical Palace Dance Floor and it recognizes that specific Princess & responds with her name, character phrases and a sung song from her movie!
- Dance Floor also has room for two additional figures – slide the fountain lever back and forth to activate dancing action.
- Sitting Room features a place for 2 figures to sit and look at the stars through the window.
- Kitchen features counter-top and sink with sound effects and movable table and chairs.
- Bedroom features movable bed.
- 2-figures can ride up elevator to the Balcony area or stop off in the Dressing Room to get ready for the ball.
- Comes with Snow White & Cinderella figures in adorable Little People styling.
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