A great toddler travel toy is intended for ages 3 to 6 years and includes 2 AA batteries for demo use only. The magic scooper scoops up the ice cream and the flavors to create tasty-looking treats while introducing the colors and flavors. Follow the instructions on six order cards and you will be able to build memory and sequencing skills. Customers can use the play money to pay for their order if they press the syrup pump or coin button. While listening to upbeat songs and music, push the cart around to build gross motor skills. It requires 3 AA batteries and is for ages 2 to 2 years.
👤We ordered this for our niece's 2nd birthday because she is obsessed with ice cream. The magic scooper allows you to scoop up ice cream and place it on a magnetic cone. I think this would be perfect for all of them, even though it may be a little advanced for her motor skills at 2. There are two ways to play: free and guided, where you insert cards and the toy will prompt the child to scoop ice cream in different flavors. This could keep a child busy for hours.
👤The ice cream stand is a favorite of our toddler's, he played with it all day after he got it for Christmas. The popsicles are cute. I didn't know thatfrustration free packaging meant that it would be mailed in a cardboard box and have all the little pieces inside waiting to be put together. I assumed the cute box was inside, but it was not. I had to make a bow for my daughter this Xmas morning so she wouldn't know what it was and not be excited about it. She was able to start playing with it immediately after putting it together. Since she opened three weeks ago, Dad and I have been served 1,000 ice cream cones. She still loves it, despite the fact that the sounds no longer work and new batteries did not fix the issue.
👤This was a gift for our 4-year-old, and even our 10- and 8-year-olds are playing with it. It encourages free and creative play. The sounds are pleasant and not annoying. Highly recommended.
👤My daughter has the original one. I saw this at Amazon with Popsicles and she was obsessed with it. The new version is more expensive than the original one. I don't know if the popsicles are worth it. It is the only toy that my daughter has that she plays with constantly. I don't like it that the front lip stop is so annoying. My four-year-old wouldn't push it around because it would get caught on the carpet. The kids are pushing the wagon over. It was very difficult for us to take that thing off. The wagon had to be taken apart to remove the slide stop. It is perfect now that it has been removed. It is a great toy, but not worth $50. I bought the original one with a coupon. I didn't have the attachment of Popsicles. There is a Ps. The extra piece in the front has been removed.
👤Very disappointed. I am not happy with the packaging, but the toy is adorable. I purchased this as a donation for families and children in need for Christmas, but the fact that it doesn't come in a box that can be wrapped doesn't make it a nice gift. All of the pieces are inside a box. I will buy something else when I return it. I guess that's what it means by "Frustration Free Packaging".
👤I received this product today. It makes no sound to me. My granddaught still likes it. I can not use it because it doesn't work. I contacted leap frog and they said they were sending me a replacement which could take a few weeks. We will see how this goes.
Clean with a damp cloth or mild detergent. Do not use a washing machine or dryer in the sun for long periods of time. It is designed for barefoot exercise. The mat may be torn by your shoes or paws. Scout and violet will introduce more than 100 age-appropriate words. Animals, food, colors, activities, opposites, and more are included in the word categories. Touching the words on the pages will play the words, sound effects and fun facts, while pressing the light-up star button will play the Learning Friends theme song. For a bilingual experience, words, songs and instructions can be heard in both English and Spanish. Requires 2 AA batteries, demo batteries only, and new batteries recommended for regular use. The product is 9.2" wide, 9.2" tall, and 1.9" deep.
👤Our daughter is 20 months old. I feel that this book has three issues. If your toddler is still learning how to turn thin pages in books, this book might be a little difficult at first. The book's pages are made of a matt material. The pages will be able to handle toddler drooling and sticky fingers, but they are a little slick for a toddler to turn. It is easy to touch objects near the edge of a page without even trying. The tabs on the side can be a challenge. This book would be awesome if the pages were a tad thicker and the page tabs were a little wider. There are two categories of objects for toddlers to touch. Touching each object invokes a spoken word. The book is very responsive to touch and accommodates even the most delicate toddler touch, which is a catch-22. A toddler can touch multiple objects at the same time if they are using two fingers. We sometimes have to remind her to touch one spot at a time when she breaks this book out, because she is not touching multiple objects. The book is loud even on the low setting. My husband tried to cover the speaker with some cardboard, but the sound escapes through the holes in the back of the unit and the cardboard doesn't make a difference. The low volume sounds the same as the high volume after a few minutes.
👤We are minimalist people. Most of the plastic is repulsive. The repetition of most kids toys makes me crazy. I am not sure what the one star review is talking about, but it does not need a computer to work. The review can be updated for its endurance. My kids are 3 and 1 and one is talking and the other is learning a language. This things are awesome. It's easy for the kids to learn on their own. The screen is responsive but sensitive. It seems like a silly thing to complain about. The kids can easily check their knowledge. I want to buy one for every niece, nephew, and friend with a toddler. It was a great find from my mother. The device reads when you turn the page and announces a new topic. My doubtful man was impressed immediately. It does the whole thing in Spanish too. It is a winner. Well done LeapFrog!
👤The LeapFrog Learning Friends 100 Words Book was reviewed by me. I have bought a couple of books. Once my kids abused it and destroyed it through Amazon, they used it as a weapon. The best feedback I can give is that after the first one broke, I bought it again. Two volume settings, three play modes, and two languages are available. My kids love this book so much that they wouldn't re-buying it. The images are bright and colorful and the words are age appropriate. The design was not the smartest. I think the plastic covers have sensors that look at one of eight positions. By flipping through the pages, you can see which page you are on. The front cover is made in a way that it hangs in the air when open, so if a toddler puts their weight on it, it could damage the connectors. Half of the book isn't going to work. The sensors are sensitive to a lot of pages, so they are sensitive when there are not many pages between your fingers and the cover. There are more negatives in the translations. Most of the words in Spanish are correct, and the sentences and song are enunciated correctly. They were lazy in finding a word that made sense. They have a piece of clothing that is translated aslos shorts. Really. They did that many times. I couldn't give it five stars because of the issues. A bilingual toy is great for toddlers. There are lots of phrases, songs, words and sentences. There are three play modes and two languages. Durability is an issue, as the front cover hangs in the air, which leads to the sensors being damaged. - The sensors are very sensitive to the point where you point at something in the book. Most of the translations are good.
All the play pieces fit inside the picnic basket for easy storage. The picnic basket requires 3 AA batteries for demo purposes only and is intended for ages 6 months to 4 years. The letters A-Z and animal names are introduced. There are three ways to play: letter, animal and music. You can learn with each spin of the wheel. Musical responses and lights reward each touch. Spin, push and slide can help develop motor skills.
👤The idea behind this toy is great, but the animals chosen for some of the letters were poorly constructed. Why not quail? My child will think bee starts with Q. X-ray fish. I got this toy to teach my daughter to listen to animals and learn letters, but I am not happy with some of the choices. Why not make a caterpillar a cow? There were many wasted opportunities for learning.
👤This could have been a great toy for my child. After playing a long song, it only says the letters. If you spin it again during the song, it will not say the letter. If not for that, it would have been 5 stars. He can still enjoy it even though the sound is turned off. I guess, saying the letters on his own, but still... an almost perfect toy ruined by poor design.
👤Don't buy this toy! Every day for the last week, my family and I noticed a smell. It smelt like burning plastic. We couldn't figure out where the smell was coming from. My child was playing with it in his pack. I noticed the smell again. The toy was smoking when I flipped it. Very dangerous!
👤I bought this for my 6 month old and realized it was more advanced for him. Due to my lack of research, the spinning has to be done manually. Animals don't actually make a lot of the noises they call "sounds." I think this toy is priced fairly, but I don't think there is anything special about it that sets it apart from other toys we have purchased.
👤It's okay. The songs are annoying. There is no way not to listen to them. Every setting has to have a song. U can't just say P is for pig. There is a song and an educational part. Some of the animals they chose are awful. Is it for caterpillar? Is J for jellyfish? They used different types of birds. I teach her to like the sounds the animals make. There are some noises that are splashing or bouncing. Most of them repeat after me, but not all of them, and some of the noises they want you to repeat can't be repeated.
👤This thing is very annoying. The songs and voice are perfect. It doesn't make the same sounds for all letters. The animals are a bit stretched. What sound does a narwhal make? The thing has limitations in both concept and execution.
👤At 9 months old, my son was referred to physical therapy because he wasn't crawling and only went on all fours for a few moments. The therapist had a toy that encourages babies to be up on all fours. I bought it for my son and within a week he was crawling. I think the toy helped my son learn to crawl, but I can't give it all the credit. If you're not sure about this product, know that there are therapeutic benefits for your child if they need it. The toy is not overly sensitive. It doesn't go off easily. If you step too close to it, many of my son's toys will start up. It drives me crazy. The toy does not sing, talk or light up until the wheel is spun. All in a great product.
A flower gift box with white gros grain ribbon is perfect for a gift. You can show a multicolor light show by pressing the app and bottom icons. Every action creates unique patterns of lights, colors and sounds. This kid-tough toddler tablet has a home button, 20 app icons, and introduces letters, numbers, shapes, animals, and more. For role-play excitement, press the dock icons and talk on the phone with Scout, explore time concepts, listen to Scout, play with the pretend camera and listen to music. You can hear exciting phrases about weather, sports and health when you play with the apps in Explore mode. The Learn mode has colors, numbers, shapes and more. Music mode plays songs and lets little ones make their own masterpieces. There are three songs, a variety of age-appropriate curriculum, and 20 familiar melodies to choose from.
👤For people over the age of 12. She took to it right away after we got this for her. The batteries were included. The screen is very sensitive to baby's touch. The icons will light up where the baby's fingers trace. There is a lot going on in this device. There are 25 icons to choose from in three different modes, and you can choose between them on the top of the pad. Volume has two settings that can be turned off. After 45 seconds, the pad will turn itself off. Animals, their sounds, rhymes, shapes, colors, numbers, letters, the weather, and more are some of the topics covered. The Scout is more interactive for older toddlers. "hop up and down for ten seconds" is what it will say. Our 3.5 year old had fun with this. It's been dropped on a hard surface floor a couple of times and so far nothing has broken. There are so many options that it is hard to decide. You could spend a lot of time on the different responses. That will keep this toy from being boring. Too many of these gadgets can be used in 5 minutes and kids will never play with them again. It will take some time. Click 'yes' if this review helped you. Thanks!
👤My child is almost 18 months old. I know it's a device. If the toy had more moving parts, it would work better for him. We don't let him play with our phones so he's not familiar with touch-screens, and he rolls the wheels of his stroller whenever he has the chance. He pushes the "real" buttons, the ones that actually have movement, such as the home button at the bottom, the on/off/volume switch on the side, and the speaker switch. We'll see if he starts to like the touch buttons, which light up and have a variety of settings. The music setting is positive for my son. He likes the different music it plays. He is drawn to the slider switch at the top, which changes the setting from music to something else, and he is cutting off the songs even though he likes them.
👤I give this a 3 star because I like the wide variety of topics it teaches but my child is not seeing the advantages. This toy is not up to par like the rest of the series, it is not clear what to push and how to continue learning, unlike most LeapFrog toys that give my kid clear directions. My 2.5 year old has never been a fan of LeapFrog toys. I'm hoping it will catch him in the next few months.
👤My 1yr old loves everything touchable from the remotes to the phone to the iPad so I'm pretty sure she's going to love it. The Leapfrog line is all educational. She is being pushed to develop her knowledge from a young age.
👤The 2 year old grandson loves it.
👤My kid loved it and the feeling of seeing him when he opened it made me cry. He was so happy. He plays with the box for a long time. It's still super durable, but it's more like touch buttons.
Spin, push and slide can help develop motor skills. A variety of 70+ songs, tunes, and learning responses are activated by colorful instruments and buttons. It introduces numbers, letters, shapes, colors and more. It explores sounds, songs and instruments. Old MacDonald and Itsy Bitsy Spider are classic children's tunes. English and Spanish can be used for bilingual play. Ages 3-6 months. 3 AA batteries are required for the product demonstration only.
👤LeapFrog products are great. The activity table will be a hit with little ones. I got this for my son when he was young. He enjoys the table now that he can crawl and pull up. We used the top without legs and played with him. He can play with it on his own. When your child begins to pull up they put their weight on the table and it can easily move across a surface if it's not held in place. Keep an eye on your child when they use the table at the stage because they can fall. We put skid tape on the bottom of the table to make it harder for the legs to move when my son pushes on the table. If you find this review helpful, please click the HELPFUL button below to get me to review more products.
👤I have a big age gap between my kids. I had this toy when my 14 year old was a baby and it was a favorite for many years. I was happy to see they made it, because I had to buy it again for my baby. The old one played a lot of old tunes. The old one is not as nice as this one. It is very light and flimsy. My baby uses this as a walker and pushes it around the floor. The "drums" don't work the way they used to, so the old one wouldn't do that. Froggy figures are now stickers. The book is made of plastic. The strings sounds were really nice, and they switched the cello to a xylophone. A big disappointment. I'm not sure we'll use the Spanish option, it's the only nice thing. I'll be watching the thrift shops for the old one.
👤All of my children have had one of these. We had gotten rid of all of our old baby items since our most recent little guy was a total shock, but replacing this was a must! This was a favorite of my kids from 6 months until they outgrew it. I was very pleased with it. It can be used as a table where they can pull up and play, or as a sitting area, where they can sit without the legs. The cubbies had a door that said "open, close". It has two modes, music and learning, and you don't need to flip a switch, just flip the page on the book so baby can change it himself or go back and forth like all of mine did. I buy this for everyone I know who is having a baby. I have yet to meet a mom who does not love this as much as I do. 5 stars is a must buy. You will not regret it!
👤My 7 month old loves standing. I searched for toys that would allow him to do that. He loves this table. There are lots of songs and music. Young babies can start playing with it on the ground with the legs removed. My 7 month old is able to do all of the activities and he loves doing them. It helps babies strengthen their leg muscles, keep their balance, and teach them to cruise around the table, but it is very unsafe if my baby leans on it too much. There are two more If he tries to pull up on it, it will tip over. It would be great if he could pull up to the toy.
The laptop can be changed to help the child spell their name. The magic scooper scoops up the ice cream and the flavors of the ice cream to create tasty looking combinations. Choose from six cute animal order cards and follow the instructions. Press the syrup pump or coin button to count to ten. You can explore the six activity cards by playingful phrases. While listening to upbeat songs and music, push the cart around to build gross motor skills.
👤I think this is one of the best toys of the year. My daughter received a birthday gift card and she absolutely loves it. She loves serving ice cream. It took her a few tries to get the hang of the scoop. It is fun for her to choose different combinations. She thinks the pump is a soap dispensers. It's a good thing. It's a great toy for teaching following directions, colors, and numbers.
👤Since we got this toy, we have played it many times. The magic scooper scoops up the ice cream and the ice cream topping but it doesn't release them until you push the button. This is realistic for children. My children have been asking to see an ice cream cart since we got this toy. It's a good thing. This activity has been so fun for my children and they have enjoyed it. If you push the cart and the sound is on, it will play music and then you can follow the instructions if you pick one of the 6 cards. The educational categories that the cards touch are Stacking, Flavors, colors, creativity, numbers, counting, and of course following instructions. If you pick up the scooper with no instruction card, the top of the I cream colors/flavors will let you know if you picked the correct one. The amount of pumps that you did will be counted when you choose one of the three options. The pump only counts to 12 and starts over. There are so many things to do with your child that you can't do alone. It is easy and fast to setup.
👤This toy is very cute. Our children got it for Christmas. Great investment! If your kids love real ice cream, it's easy to pull around and move as well.
👤I gave my granddaughter the ice cream cart for her birthday. It was a Hugh hit. Her mom kept telling her to find the best toys. The toy encourages creativity. It was the right height for her to push it. Her 5 year old brother was playing with it. The drawers on each side of the cart are a plus. It makes it easy to clean up. Great toy!
👤The best toy I've ever bought for a child is the two year old granddaughter. They have been playing it for two months and haven't gotten tired. It's a most lively toy because of the number of variations of dummy icecream. It's more suitable for 4 years and up.
👤This is very cute. My 18 month old is able to push it around easily because it is a good size. The magnetic ice cream scoop makes it easy to scoop the ice cream and then have the ice cream come out of the scoop with a push of a button. This toy comes with a lot of ice cream and cones. I like the cards with the animals on them. This toy is perfect for a toddler.
👤This is a great toy for toddlers and older children. My daughter plays with this a lot. The cards that come with it have instructions for the child to follow. I would like to see more complcated combo on these cards as most just have one flavor and one topping or 2 flavors. The construction and idea behind it make it a winner. I love how the scoop works. She was able to use it at 2 years old. She loves pushing things around. A cute toy.
English and Spanish can be used for bilingual play. Ages 3-6 months. 3 AA batteries are required for the product demonstration only. The recipe is fun to make. It's preschool prep for little chefs and includes 16 fun ingredients. Everything fits inside. Includes one There are 4 pizza slices, 3 pieces of bread, 2 cupcakes, 1 fried egg, 1 skillet, 1 spatula, and 2 plates. Cut food into equal pieces for math learning. A singing oven warms up counting and sharing. There are over 30 phrases and songs. Press the chef's hat to learn a song or phrases. To explore numbers, time and temperature, move the number sliders. Place the pan on the stove. Count clicks when the timer is turned. The oven is a good place to look at numbers and count. It is possible to learn about counting and sharing. Number loving' Oven is a fun and interactive way to explore early number concepts. Ages 1-2 years. 3AAA batteries are required for the demonstration only. Product dimensions are 14.9W x 9H x 5.3D.
👤I was surprised that this toy got many stars. I've owned every toddler toy that's available at this point. I wanted to give my youngest something new. I bought this because it looked cute. I don't like this toy as much as I would like. Usually these toys have a lot of songs, but this one only has a few, so you hear the same ones over and over. Eggs are put on food that shouldn't have them. I don't understand it. Do people in other areas put eggs on their pizza? My older kids are constantly complaining about the toy because of the music, and I have to hear them say "Why does it only sing about eggs?" I would love if all of the pieces fit into the oven, the toy has quite a few pieces. If it was easier to store all the pieces, I would be able to overlook the annoying music. It's hard to store items that are not all inside. I'm left with an oven singing about putting eggs on pizza, a cupcake, and an oven tray because most of the pieces are missing.
👤My son's birthday is this year, and we purchased the Number Lovin' Oven. I had to clean the entire house and eat lunch because he was occupied by this toy. That never happens. The toy seems to be helping my son who is delayed with his speech. He will pretend to cook and when it gets hot he will say "htttt". This is the first sound he has made with consonances and now with real food, he will blow it off and tell us if it's "htttt". Leap Frog toys seem to be his favorite toys. I recommend this brand in general because he really likes these toys. Leap Frog, keep it up!
👤My toddler likes it. It is a cute toy. It keeps her entertained. The songs will make parents crazy. You will be singing "put an egg on it" while you are driving, at work or at 2 am when it goes off in the toy box. I let my daughter leave it at grandmas so she can enjoy it.
👤I bought this oven for my niece. It arrived well packaged, but my 2 year old son was banging on the huge pile of Amazon boxes that fills up my entry way each year. He was able to cause enough pressure on the toy to say some cute expressions. He wouldn't stop begging me to open it, so I figured I would let him play with it a little. I don't know what I was thinking. His response to seeing the cute oven was very enthusiastic. It's open, open, open. It was close to his birthday and I thought it was cute. I let him have it. He adores this thing. He played with it all day. For any other parents of littles who need some time to themselves, hours of playtime means hours of ME time. I was very happy to let him have it. He showed her the ropes and she was excited to play with it. Yes! Huge parent win. My children play with this toy every day. I think this toy will be used for a couple of years, because they serve food to me and my husband, and the dogs. My niece will love it since I know my kids love it. I ordered another one from Amazon and it was a few dollars cheaper than the one I paid for the first time. It was a bonus.
Number loving' Oven is a fun and interactive way to explore early number concepts. Ages 1-2 years. 3AAA batteries are required for the demonstration only. Product dimensions are 14.9W x 9H x 5.3D. Sing along to fun learning songs and explore the world of a to Z with colorful letter tiles that talk, sing and teach about the alphabet. There are 26 magnetic alphabet letters and tile reader that stick to magnetic surfaces. Fine motor skills and early vocabulary are taught. Fine motor and coordination skills are strengthened by the use of alphabet letters. LeapFrog experts designed a design for children under 2 years old. 3AAA batteries are required for the product demonstration only.
👤When my boys were small, I had the same thing. They liked learning their alphabet from the little songs and easy to use letter plates. We were surprised to find out we were having another child. This would be a great learning tool for my newest addition. No. Not impressed. The first one was missing a letter plate. A new product had all the letters. I have never seen the version my boys had when they were little, but I am seeing that sometimes the letter plate will sing a song for the wrong letter. I'm not joking. I posted a video. My daughter will be playing with the toy and it will sing a song for another letter. It used to sing the song for M. If you push it from the center, it plays the wrong song. I am disappointed that small children can be confused and learn the wrong letters and sounds. Isn't this the point of the toy? Is it possible to teach letters and their sounds? I know that I sound like my mother and grandfather. They don't make things like they used to. Doesn't last long and doesn't care about quality. There is a I make sure my child knows the right names and sounds for letters when using this toy.
👤The product is okay. I'm not happy with the words each letter represents. I think it will be hard for toddlers to relate to the words. A is for Avenue instead of A is for apple is an example. It says M is for motor, not for a monkey. My daughter seems to like the upbeat music that comes with it. The older version was more effective for my son. It took a couple of drops to hold up, so I'm happy about that.
👤It's a cute idea, but it's not so cute. It says the letter name, pronounces the letter, and then repeats the letter. The example is W. Wuh-woh. Windows starts with W. W. They offer a pronunciation for vowels. I'm not happy with the inclusion of the pronunciations, and I think teaching letter names first isn't best practices either. A lot of the examples seem to be stretching it for the sake of staying on the same theme. It's too long. It takes a long time to hear that. After a few letters, my niece switched the yellow button and volume control to off before she could hear the sample word. She likes the songs.
👤I like the look of the music and how it can be stuck on a metal surface. The magnets in the letters and the pink bias are very weak. They slide down the fridge on their own. The magnets can't hold the letters. The old style one had bigger letters and you could make a three letter word. That one was better than the other one. It is not a good quality, and it feels like they just made it as cheap as possible.
👤These were a better deal than Walmart. They were 199.99 on walmart.com, but they didn't have the alphabet set. I went for the 14.98 price offered by Amazon if I bought both. My nephew had the alphabets when he was a child and I try to get the same toys for him and my baby when they are born. I will buy the leapfrog series for my kids. They provide wholesome entertainment and educational entertainment at the same time. It's difficult to teach those little minds and leapfrog makes my job as their mom a little easier.
The laptop can be changed to help the child spell their name. This role-play phone is built for toddlers and can be used to have fun with Scout. Press the light-up number buttons to explore and count numbers 0-10. Press the video button and add sound effects to videos featuring Scout. You can listen to two songs about counting and phone manners by pressing the music button. A number game that asks to match the number buttons with the number on the screen is one of the games. Requires 3AAA (batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular use); intended for ages 18 months to 5 years.
👤I gave it to my son because I was tired of him trying to steal my phone. I felt like a great dad finally bought him something he loves, but things have taken a turn for the worst, now he wont get off this thing, he ignores me and when he ignores me he puts his finger in my face. He's not messing with my phone, right? 10/10 would buy again.
👤We usually don't buy battery operated toys because my kid turns into a zombie when she has one, but we bought this for an international trip. It was a hit. I appreciate that the screen is back lit so she can still see the graphics in a dark car or plane. The play cell phone has two sound levels. That's a benefit to me. There are a lot of complaints that this toy is too quiet. We don't agree. It's loud enough for our little girl to hear, and we can hear it from the front seat of our car. It's not loud enough to be heard in a loud environment. Again, no complaints from us. I like the interactive games on it. The toddler still asks to play with it even after we limit it to car use.
👤A young toddler will love this phone. When you touch the buttons, it lights up. There are different ways to play a guessing game. The child is told what number to push. My 2 year old has dropped it or thrown it a few times, but it still works. There is an on/off function and two volume choices. I think he will be more successful with matching the numbers when he gets a little older, as he has liked it for a short time.
👤It's a toy for children. It's cute and quiet as compared to most electronic toys. I think it's just the right volume, I don't think it's too quiet. It's a cell phone and a kids toy, and we used to hold them up to our ears to talk to people. They have small ears. You don't want to give them an excuse to not hear you. I bought it for a child. He was excited that it looked like a real cell phone, but he quickly realized it was not a real phone and lost interest. The baby food pouch in the gift bag was more exciting. He will get more enjoyment from pretending when he is less hungry. Scout the dog mascot is on the phone and you can talk to him. For kids who have used a smart phone or tablets to play games, this would probably not hold their interest, because they have not had the chance to touch a real smart phone.
👤My 18 month old granddaughter loves her phone. She talks like she is on the phone. She likes the music as well. She listens to what it says and repeats it to improve her vocabulary. Also educational! I am happy as a grandma.
There are three songs, a variety of age-appropriate curriculum, and 20 familiar melodies to choose from. Shapes and numbers will be discovered on the show. Little ones will find learning fun on every channel as they explore 65+ songs, tunes and audio responses. A pretend-play remote that introduces numbers, shapes and first words will keep little ones entertained. Babies and toddlers are encouraged to explore with bright colors and lights. Press the weather button to hear how violet likes the weather. Press a number and count the lights. Help violet find things in her garden. The music button can be pressed to hear fun tunes. First words and phrases, numbers, pretend play, and shapes are learned skills. Babies and toddlers can imitate what their parents are doing with the learning lights remote. The toy introduces early concepts of numbers and shapes as children exercise their fine motor skills. 3AAA batteries are required for the product demonstration only. The product is 2. 5W x 5. 5H x 1D.
👤We bought this for our 10 month old when she was learning how to use a TV remote. I will break the bad news first by saying that this toy did not distract her from her real remote, but she loved playing with it whenever she could. Sometimes the music and sounds this thing makes are grating. Our daughter did learn to count and sing from all the repetitive songs and games on it. This thing is similar to a tank. It is still in one piece, with no visible scratches or broken parts, 20 months after I bought it. This is despite the fact that one of our daughter's favorite games was to constantly drop it on the hard floor outside of her safety gate. If you can tolerate the low-fi sounds that come out of the speaker, this is a great gift for your little one.
👤My son likes this remote. He likes the shape song. It's great for him. He has dropped it many times, but it still works. When a song is playing or a game is going on, the top section lights up. There are buttons for a weather update, an I spy a shape type game, and a button for tunes of children's songs. The whole bottom section has a large sticker for the "button" section. I wasn't crazy about that in the beginning but now I like the different texture it gives my son. I am very happy with this control.
👤Not good, not even a week yet, and the thing got stuck, keep hearing number 5. The paint is not good for infants as they like to chew on it and the bad paint falls off.
👤The toddler and preschool crowd love to take the actual remotes and this has been a big hit with them. When the baby wakes up, I like to leave the remote on the bed or nap mat so he doesn't cry when I get to him, because he's too busy having fun. I know the baby is awake. It's helping my child reinforce his colors and counting.
👤My daughter loved this remote. She's not hard on her toys yet. She has had a remote for a while. I picked it because of the education it provides. I like that this button isn't just used to make a sound or see a light. It should have been able to grow with her. Some of the buttons stopped working within a month. The flower button next to the weather button went along with the three and now the 3,6 and 9 do not work. The batteries have not helped. Most of the buttons on this toy stopped working, as well as my nephew. I still buy this foe for my daughter because I assumed it was due to how much he throws his toys. She has been playing with it for 4 months and it stopped working before she even sat down. She played with it and never dropped it. It makes me sad. I would just get another one for her if I had the money. A toy for a baby should last longer. If it only lasts a month, you may want to look at a different product from this company.
A charming tale with letters and words woven into it in alphabetical order will introduce ABCs to your little one. You can either listen to the story read aloud or enjoy musical play by jamming to a melody with fun sounds and musical notes. The light-up button can be pressed to hear letter names, letter sounds and words. The number buttons on Dino's back introduce counting and recognizing numbers. Your child will be exposed to early reading skills with this complete story. 2 AA batteries are included for demo purposes. The product is 12.3" wide and 12.5" tall.
👤I would give this 10 stars if I could. One of the things my youngest son likes to do is flip books on the ground. We lost a lot of hardback and board books when we purchased them. Not a toy. We purchased it a few months ago. The lights and sounds are still working. He gets a lot of sensory input from turning the pages. If my son can enjoy it, you will definitely buy it.
👤My grandson loves this book. I was pleasantly surprised at how big the book is. The pages are thick, so they stand up well to his toddler's fingers. I'd recommend this toy to anyone, I'm keeping it in mind to buy it again when another toddler is in the family. I can't say enough good things about my purchase. It's cute!
👤This is a great learning toy. The sound of the letter and the word are what it says. Helped my toddler a lot.
👤The toy does a good job of getting my child's attention. He is not quite ready to learn how to read yet, but he likes the colors and sounds. It has held up well so far and he tends to step on it. I don't know if this happened to me or if it is a design flaw, but the sound for "l" comes out sounding more like "ol" and this was what happened straight out of the box. I know it's not happening because he damaged it. I like that this book teaches numbers as well and that everything else functions correctly.
👤The product was used. There were scratches on the item when the box was opened.
👤It didn't work from the beginning. I replaced the batteries and didn't make a difference. Very disappointed and dissatisfied. It should have been checked to make sure it works.
👤The toy is colorful and fun. There are so many learning opportunities that can be played alone. The parents loved it when we gave it as a first birthday present. I would buy this toy again. It is a learning tool.
👤A great toy for learning. There are numbers, letters, sounds and music. Turn the pages and read the story. The three year old loves it. It is very sturdy and durable. The pages are easy to clean. A great gift idea.
👤The speaker quality is bad.
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