About Fisher Price - Toys & Games
Fisher-Price is an American company and household name known for producing affordable and quality toys for children and infants. Founded in 1930, its headquarters are in East Aurora, New York.
Since the early 1930s, the family company has produced around 5,000 different variations of toys, and chances are you grew up and learned with some of them. One of their most popular lines is Little People toys, featuring people and animal figures and play sets like schools, houses, farms, vehicles and garages. These are usually bright, colourful and fun for children to play with.
Originally Fisher-Price made wooden peg-style figures, which later evolved to the more detailed, plastic incarnations we see today. Other popular arms of the Fisher-Price brand include toys such as Power Wheels, Rescue Heroes, the Chatter Telephone, the Rock-a-Stack, and View-Master, providing plenty of opportunity for your child to have a varied play time.
Other brands have also been marketed with the Fisher-Price name, including popular and recognisable characters from television shows, such as Sesame Street, Disney, Dora the Explorer, Barney and See 'n Say. Examples of this include the Sesame Street Elmo Mini Guitar, and the Fisher-Price Dance Star Mickey Mouse electronic toy.
In 1993, the company was bought and became a subsidiary of Mattel, who decided to market all their pre-school products under the already well-loved Fisher-Price flag.
Fisher-Price produces infant care products and also develops electronic learning toys for infants and preschoolers. The company has shown that learning can be fun, so why not check out some of the toys in the Fisher-Price range today?