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LeapFrog LeapStart® Learning Table

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  • Little ones earn musical rewards for physical exploration
  • Spin, roll, slide, push or pull all the various components
  • More than 40 songs and melodies
  • Legs easily detach for playing on the floor
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 15.5 x 24.2 inches ; 8.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000062XQ8
  • Item model number: 10005
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,145 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,030 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Little ones earn musical rewards for physical exploration with the LeapStart Learning Table from LeapFrog. Spin the banjo wheel and hear a tune. Open and close the purple door to hear some jazzy vocals. Spin, roll, slide, push or pull all the various components and the colorful table responds with one of more than 40 songs and melodies. Legs easily detach for playing on the floor. Imported. 16Lx16Wx14-1/2H".

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This is a happy, noisy toy that should amuse most toddlers. Everything that can be touched reacts in some way, from a trombone-playing frog to a book that sings the alphabet. Our favorite is the colored keyboard that sings each color you press. The tabletop can be placed on the floor for those still in the crawling phase, or can sit on the included legs for a sturdy surface and leaning spot for little ones who are new to walking. If there is any fault with the Learning Table, it may be that it has too many features: each element of the table reacts in two different ways, depending on whether it's in Learn Mode or Music Mode. (Modes are switched by flipping the page of the book mounted in the center of the table.) Though this means more fun stuff for kids to hear, the mode concept is not one that they can be expected to understand, and the effect of the toy's inconsistent reactions is likely to be confusion. --David Stoesz

Customer Reviews

Our son is 11 months old and loves this table.
Caden's mom
Now that he is pulling himself up & standing well I have put the legs on & he LOVES to stand at the table & play.
S. Niemi
She loves the music and dancing to the ABC song!!
H. Seward

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

292 of 296 people found the following review helpful By amynicole902 on November 9, 2003
My son received this table when he was 8 months old, and still plays with it on an almost daily basis. The legs are detachable, I guess so it can be placed on the floor for babies, but we never did that... This table helped our son into a standing position, and encouraged him to "cruise". The variety of music it provides is great, and hasn't even begun to get old yet (even for mom & dad). Now at almost 2, I've noticed that my son is starting to make his own music instead of just "pressing buttons" . Pressing the drums, the piano, then back to the drums... I'm sure this table will last for years to come, especially once he becomes more interested in his letters, numbers, and colors. I would DEFINITELY recommend this product for EVERY child!
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109 of 109 people found the following review helpful By "wayelid" on October 21, 2002
I just recently splurged on this for my 8 month old son. He is just learning to stand up on his own and is constantly trying to pull things off tables or bother our poor dog. I quickly realized that an activity table might keep those busy hands busy.
I agonized over the purchase, for it was going to be the first big toy I bought for our small house. I looked at the Microsoft Intelli-table, but it looked a little Atari-ish with it's flashing lights in the middle. I looked at the Fisher Price models with the blocks (which were cheaper), but I figured that Legos would be the block of choice soon enough.
I was sold on the LeapStart b/c of the musical theme. It has a banjo that plays bluegrass, a compartment that scats when you open it, it has shapes that plays the drums, a bass that plays the bass, etc. But here is the best part, it is all real music, not some electronic rendition of good music, the real stuff. For parents, it is a godsend, b/c it is not offensive to listen to over and over again (but it does have volume control for those times when you need it).
My child was actually squealing with delight when I gave it to him. It is now his favorite thing to play with, and he has finally found something more interesting than crawling after our old dog. I would have paid much more for this toy.
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182 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Jolene Nelson on December 14, 2002
I could not wait until Christmas to let my 8 month old play with this toy. It was incredibly easy to assemble. It has detatchable legs for those babies who can sit up but cannot stand or just prefer to sit, it has two modes: one is learning numbers, colors letters, and more, and the other mode is a musical mode, the child can change the modes simply by fliping the page of the book. The music is great it is not your standard old mac donald. It has an upbeat jazzy sound. There are grippers on the bottom of the legs so that when baby leans against the table it doesn't move away from her/him. Emily loves this table, in fact when I held her up and faced her toward it her little feet couldn't move fast enough for me to help her over to it. The makers of this table have definately put serious thought into it. So far it is well worth the money!!
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Dina Medeiros on October 12, 2002
My son just turned a year old and although he had a ton of learning toys, lap toys, and musical toys, I wanted to invest in a "stand-up" toy. I was sure I wanted an activity table--but which one?? There are so many to choose from!! After studying the tops of endless tables, I came to the conclusion that this was the best one--this was obvious, but was it worth the money? I could get other activity tables for less, even half the price, but they didn't seem as inviting and exciting. I hesitate on spending too much on one item at his age, but after lengthy consideration, I decided to purchase this activity table. I must say, that I never once regretted by decision because it is well worth every penny. Not only is it educational, it also provides tons of entertainment. It took about 30 seconds for me to assemble it, and the fun began right away.
This table has 2 settings; words (letters/numbers) and music/song. There is a "book" in the middle of the table, and the page the book is on determines what mode it is in. When the page is turned, bright lights around the table light up and a mystical sound is heard which is sure to mesmerize your little one. This table has EVERYTHING--shapes, colors, the alphabet, numbers, a piano, several other musical instruments and noisemakers--and my son's favorite part--a small compartment to open and close and to keep busy putting small objects in and out of. There are so many different activities on this table that a child never seems to get bored, especially since each activity serves two functions. For instance, there are 3 shapes to push. In talk mode, it speaks "red square", "yellow triangle", etc. In song mode, different drums are heard when each is pressed.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 11, 2003
My daughter received this as a gift before she could pull herself up and we used it with out the legs. She liked it right from the start. She is now 18 months and still loves to play with it. it has been fun watching her catch on to all the different things that it does and sounds that it makes. It is very durable and sturdy as she is now climbing on top of it and it doesn't tip over. The sounds and music are not too annoying either! highly recommend this play table!!
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