Skip Hop Explore & More Jumpscape Fold-Away Jumper



  Recommended Age: 4 months+

With a light-up cloud bounce counter to track baby's jumps, our jumper rewards baby with lights and music and breaks into applause at 100-jump milestones! It features a 360-degree rotating seat so baby can sit, swivel and bounce for maximum exploration. Clip-on, movable toys encourage development and allow for customized play. When playtime is done, easily fold our baby jumper flat for storage and transport.


  • Ages 4m+
  • 20+ developmental activities
  • Light-up cloud bounce counter tracks baby's jumps and rewards baby with colorful lights and sounds: Four fun sound effects when button is pushed; Applause sound at 100-jump milestone; Parent reminder at 10 and 20 minutes to track usage
  • Clip-on, movable toys to customize baby's play: Swaying Trees teach cause and effect; Fox Jumping Jack jumps as baby jumps; Spinning Bee rattles and wobbles; Hedgehog Mirror with tambourines on each side
  • Easily folds flat for storage; strap secures folded jumper for travel
  • 360-degree rotating seat so baby can sit, swivel and bounce
  • Leaf teethers attached to seat with removable ring
  • Four spring capsules reveal fun colors when baby jumps
  • Adjustable to five heights as baby grows
  • JPMA Certified. Conforms to ASTM F20210 Safety Standards
  • Requires three AAA batteries, not included
  • Size (inches): 34.65l x 33.5w x 28.75h; (cm): 88l x 85w x 73h


Our product #: 66688

Stephanie E.
Reviewed on: 2021-10-22
Verified Purchase
Best activity for baby

Amy Veale
  The Jumper that saved my back!
Reviewed on: 2020-07-09
Verified Purchase
So soooo happy with it! Our bub always wants to stand up or be held and it was killing my back. This jumper has saved my back and he absolutely loves it!!

Alaura Bunce
  Love It!!!
Reviewed on: 2020-06-24
Verified Purchase
I bought this jumper for my son who is 5 months old and he loves it! I thought he might still be a little young for it but we just put him in for a few minutes at a time and he has a ball. You can see him interacting with the toys and purposely trying to hit them with his hands which it’s great for development! He also loves to look at himself in the mirror and have a cheeky smile at his reflection

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