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Potsy features two interactive modes - cooking mode and learning mode.
Potsy comes with several accessories, including an assortment of toy foods.
Whenever the broccoli, peas, tomato, cheese, or carrots are dropped into Potsy, or the spoon is stirred in his pot, he'll react with sounds, songs, or phrases that will delight your child. Playing with Potsy encourages the use of motor skills and pretend play, whether your child follows Potsy's directions or devises her own imaginative recipes.
Cleaning up after play is a breeze--put all the accessories in Potsy, close the lid, and put him away until the next cooking session. Potsy can be wiped down with a damp cloth for cleaning, but shouldn't be filled with, or submerged in, water.
"Cooking, Counting, Colors--Oh Yeah!"
Battery operated Potsy is playable in two modes. In the Cooking mode, stirring the spoon or adding food pieces to the pot triggers sound effects, facts about food and nutrition, and songs delivered in Potsy's colorfully infectious tone. The Learning mode teaches kids about colors and gives them an opportunity to practice counting.
Removing Potsy's lid during either mode teaches kids about opposites, such an on/off and open/closed. Potsy also encourages open-ended pretend play with interactive prompts.
Visit Leapfrog Online
Through LeapFrog's Learning Path you'll find information about the skills your child is developing through play. You can also register Potsy online, and sign up for updates and product news. The Learning Path is a great way to learn about tailoring your child's learning experience through play.
What's in the Box
Cook and Play Potsy with three AA batteries, spoon, and five food blocks.
Both my boys love this toy! My oldest got it when he was around 18 months and still plays with it at age 2. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Caitlin B
My 14 mo granddaughter loves it. She doesn't understand it completely yet but she plYs with it all the time. I do however think it is overpriced for no more than it does. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy Duncan
Great for learning.
Fantastic for kids over a year old.
Would recomend this product to any 1st time mother.
It's made specially for toddlers.
My 17 month old liked this toy from the moment he got it at about 15 months. However, even though he realizes that it is a pot, that he is cooking, that he can stir, what the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I guess maybe my expectations were too high. My son doesn't care for it much. The one thing he does like to do is take the lid off and on. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samantha T
My daughter loved this for her first Christmas and still plays with it even at 4 with her kitchen. Fun toy.Published 8 months ago by Megan M
My nephew absolutely loved this Christmas present from the moment it was unwrapped. Very well made & fun but educational for his young mind!!Published 8 months ago by Renee Fredrickson
There are two volume settings - the quieter one is preferred (and I don't see the need for the super loud one) - and an off switch. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C
It's a great educational toy, but the speakers are on the bottom so if it's sitting on carpet, you can barely hear it.Published 9 months ago by Dee