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LeapFrog Fridge Farm Magnetic Animal Set

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  • Magnetic animal set plays learning songs to teach children about animals
  • Make up to 25 wacky animal combinations; ideal for toddlers 1 to 5 years old
  • Can be played with on fridge or floor
  • Farmer Tad plays 5 banjo tunes; pieces store magnetically on back of barn
  • Includes barnyard, 5 animal pieces, and 3 AAA batteries
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 9.7 x 10 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B0001X0DR6
  • Item model number: 10110
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months - 5 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,542 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (548 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Moo! Oink! Bow-wow! Toddlers from one to five years old will love making wacky animal combinations with this LeapFrog Magnetic Animal set. This toy teaches kids all about animals, as it plays learning songs, fun facts, and sounds. Toddlers can make up to 25 combinations with this magnetic puzzle, and it can be played with on the refrigerator or floor. When two matching pieces are inserted into the farm, a cheerful electronic voice says the animal name. If the pieces mismatch, the toy creates a silly name for that animal. Matches are positively reinforced and the toy makes mismatches seem funny rather than wrong. When set to music mode, Farmer Tad plays five banjo tunes for a real barnyard hoe-down.

Down on the Farm
The Fridge Farm is a great set to travel with. All pieces store on the back of the barn and a carry handle allows easy transport from place to place. The toy's resilient construction withstands wear and tear and holds up nicely to rough child play. With this toy's open-ended format toddlers can create any hilarious combination they choose. It features strong magnets to keep it from falling off the fridge and a lightweight construction so the child can carry the fun from room to room. A handy volume switch keeps the music at an enjoyable level. This toy is easy for little fingers to manage and convenient for parents to store. It requires three AAA batteries (included).

Fun Award-Winning Features
The fridge farm encourages creativity, as your child mixes, matches, and makes zany animals. Bright colors and lively animal songs make the Fridge Farm a family favorite. Loved by parents and their children, this award-winner is both educational and fun. In 2004, it received the prestigious Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award. Superior quality, easy-to-grasp pieces, and lively banjo tunes make it a great addition for any toddler's toy box.

What's in the Box
Barnyard, 5 animal pieces, and 3 AAA batteries.



All pieces store on the back of the barn, and a carry handle allows easy transport.


The fridge farm encourages creativity, as your child mixes, matches, and makes zany animals.

Product Description

Introduce matching and have fun exploring animal names, sounds and facts with this LeapFrog Fridge Farm Magnetic Animal Set. Mix and match the animal halves to learn the animal's name, the sound it makes and more. Includes 5 farm animals (10 animal pieces in all). Magnetic pieces let you play on the fridge or the floor.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It keeps her busy while I cook dinner and clean up the kitchen.
twiggx00
She loves the sounds the animals make, the songs that the little chicken plays, & the songs that play when you match or mismatch the animals!
Janell
This barn secures well to your fridge via magnets and the puzzle pieces are magnetic too.
Mama Fox

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

279 of 283 people found the following review helpful By Beth A. Boal on September 6, 2004
I bought this toy for my then-16-month old son who loves to play with magnets on the fridge. This set comes with five animals in two pieces, head and tail, per animal. What I liked about this toy is that it reinforces when a match has been made, BUT if a child isn't developmentally able to do that yet, it makes up a name for the animal the child has "created" by mismatching the tail and head (for example, a "sheep-cow"). I liked that it saw a mismatch as silly rather than wrong... good for very little ones who have low frustration levels. This is a quality toy, with clear sound and easy-to-grasp pieces... I'm a picky person when it comes to toys, and I highly recommend this one!
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76 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Karen on October 25, 2004
My 2-year old received this as a gift for her birthday. She loves it. At first, her favorite part was just pressing the "Farmer Leap" button so that she could dance to the music, but then she realized that it was a "puzzle" and started putting animal pieces in. I thought it would be great because even if she got the wrong animals put together, it would still sing a "silly" song for her. But to my surprise, she only likes to put the animals together the correct way. My 4-year old, however, thinks its funny to put the animals together the incorrect way. They both love it, and the 4-year old enjoys listening to the animal facts - even though she knew most of them already. They also like to carry it around like it's a portable radio, and listen to the music and dance.

For those parents that might be concerned as I was, about the strength of the magnets holding up the weight of this toy on the fridge - don't worry! It really sticks well! I thought it would be falling off constantly, but unless the kids are REALLY yanking/pushing/pulling on it, it stays put. Yet, the handle makes it easy enough for them to remove by themselves if they want to take it elsewhere. Also, it has two levels of volume.

Our family loves this toy!
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on September 11, 2004
This one has just about everything....positive reinforcement, silliness, no mouthing hazard, sticks on the refrigerator (or on a metal clipboard in the car), bright colors for the littles, lots of ways to play, yet inexpensive and likely to last a long time. This is excellence in toy making!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Arellano on November 17, 2005
I'm a single parent and doing anything in the kitchen is a major obstacle when my 2 year old son wants to unload the cabinets, slam the doors, run around in the living room, bother the dog etc. Since he has recieved this for his birthday I have not had one problem working freely in the kitchen. I mean I was able to make dinner and wash the dishes (which took about 45 minutes) without hearing one peep from him. He was in the same room as me, so I was completely worry free in the kitchen WHICH IS RARE!!! IT'S GREAT! He wants to stay in the kitchen and play with it, so I don't have to worry about him running a muck outside the kitchen area or bothering the dog. I do keep an eye to make sure he's not throwing the pieces in the garbage, but it's better then having to check on him every other second outside of the kitchen area. It has two volumes which he knows how to use. This is a fantastic toy and I hope they come out with more. BUT A WARNING TO PARENTS: The magnets are super strong and cling hard to anything metallic. If your child throws them etc they can end up stuck under the fridge, stove or on the sides. If you think you've lost one just look in those places first. It has happened to me and my friend before.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Cam's Mom on October 4, 2004
My son likes to be in the kitchen when I am cooking dinner. We have a very small kitchen so he is often under my feet. I asked for this for his 2nd birthday and he LOVES it. I haven't even made it to the fridge with it because he hasn't stopped playing with it. I think that this is a great toy because even if they make a "wrong" match it still plays the little song it's not like they did anything bad. He also loves to dance to the Farmer Tad music. I bought this toy and so did my mom so we have two but it is so great I am going to give the other to my friend with a two year old instead of taking it back...a real find!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By S. Kirsch on December 7, 2004
My daughter got this for her first birthday in August. It is a great idea as she could play with it while I was working in the kitchen. However, after only a month, three of the five back sides of the animals would no longer activate the music and phrases(now, four months later only one works). I called Leap Frog in October and notated whom I spoke with. I was told that it sounded like a few of the parts were defective and that since this was a new toy, could I call back in about six weeks to see if they had replacement parts for it yet? And I am supposed to explain that to my 14 month old child! I had a defective Fisher Price toy and contacted their customer service department and received a voucher for the purchase of a toy of equal value. As much as my daughter loves this toy, I am very hesitant to buy her any other Leap Frog products because they may just be a waste of my money weeks later. If Leap Frog can't afford to send me a new $16.00 product, they may not be in business for much longer...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mama Fox on October 13, 2007
I'm really tired of electronic toys due to their annoying loud voices and money wasting batteries; however, we received this as a gift for my daughter when she was about 9 months. (FYI we are still on the same batteries it came with 9 months later and it does come with an on/off switch.) SHe couldn't put the pieces in by herself at that time, but she loved pushing the buttons. Now that she is 18months she can put the pieces in and usually can match the right pieces together. This barn secures well to your fridge via magnets and the puzzle pieces are magnetic too. When you put a puzzle piece on, it will describe the animal, such as "blue sheep." My 3 year old also plays with it occasionally (I think because of the fun music).

I really like this toy for 3 reasons:
1)The shape of the pieces are only a slight challenge to put in.
2)When the child puts 2 different animals together it doesn't tell the child they made a mistake. It will say something like, "A horse-duck...that's silly" and then goes into a song about a horse-duck. When the child does get a match it praised them with a "you made a match song"
3) The music is fun and I don't find it annoying like so many electronic toys.

I'd highly recommend this toy for a child 12 to 20 months, but I think children would play with well beyond that.
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