Don’t you love learning about fun edcuational toys this time of year? We need some ideas on what to buy this little ones for the holidays. I have some great ideas in this post for LeapFrog!
First up – Number Lovin’ Oven ($18.74 Amazon)
Now what child does not loooove to cook with their playfood? This cute little oven comes with 16 ingredients, real sizzle sounds, a timer, light, and an swinging door to bake the food. How about pizza and cupcakes for dessert?
There is lots of chances to practice their numbers and they’ll even get to sing with over 30 songs and phrases. It’s like like me in the kitchen. Singing along to my favorite playlist while cooking dinner for the family. Now P’Diddy does the same too!
Let’s teach them young to like fixing things with Scout’s Build & Discover Tool Set ($14.99 Amazon)
The kids get to talk and sing with puppy pal Scout as they build him a house. He sings, barks and encourages them to count nails and measure walls and windows. Little fingers will be use a hammer, ruler, screwdriver and wrench to tighten screws and bolts into place. So cute!
Last but not least, let’s talk about the LeapFrog Epic! ($128 Amazon)
This is a brand new LeapFrog product that is going to be gangbusters this holiday. An Android tablet with quad-core processor and 7″ LCD screen geared towards kids starting at age three, but grows with them til nine. It has 16GB memory, Wi-Fi to surf kid-safe content, 2MP camera, stylus and 20+ apps. You do not use any type of cartridge with this device.
You’ll find games, apps, eBooks that draw from over 2,600 skills. Even the homescreen is cool where children can bring a town to life, watch their world turn from day to night, change the weather and use animated characters. So neat!
There you have it. Some fun educational toys for the holidays.
Which new LeapFrog product will your child enjoy most?
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