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Fisher-Price Little People Music Parade Ride-On

Fisher-Price Little People Music Parade Ride-On

Best forToddlers 12 months and up

Top BenefitsDevelops gross motor skills, encourages musicality, offers opportunity for pretend play

ConsiderationsSeat storage doesn't shut securely, no volume adjustment

Bottom lineWith Fisher-Price Little People Music Parade Ride-On, you can introduce the joys of music, being on the move and pretend play to your toddler.


toysrus.caCAD $54.99
walmart.comUSD $34.99


  • Two modes to choose from: play and music
  • Storage compartment under the seat
  • Toddlers can press buttons to mimic car noises


Who doesn’t love a parade? Featuring five great marching band songs, the sounds of five individual musical instruments (including a tuba!) and revving engine noises, the Fisher-Price Little People Music Parade Ride-On is a durable and entertaining addition to your rec room. Kids will enjoy zooming about while developing gross motor skills by pushing backward and forward with their feet and steering with their hands. With “play” and “music” modes, an array of buttons to push and music to create, even if kids feel like pulling in for a rest stop, they’ll be entertained. Storage under the seat offers even more opportunities for imaginative play, as kids can mimic running errands and stashing their groceries. Parents will appreciate that very little assembly is required, with just a single handle to attach before the fun can begin. There’s no volume control—and no way to turn the sounds off—but, thankfully, it’s not very loud. Like all ride-on toys, this one takes up a fair amount of space, so it’s best if you have ample room for your littles to rocket around. Thanks to its sturdy construction, this toy has great hand-me-down potential, and the joy kids get out of tootling around and playing music makes it worth every penny in our books.

Great value! There are so many things for my son to play with, and whether he’s on the car or not, he’s entertained.” —Amanda, mom of one.

This article was originally published on Oct 12, 2018

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