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LeapFrog: Pretend & Learn Shopping Cart


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 14 x 19.9 inches ; 9.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B000062XQ9
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  • Item model number: 21036
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #409,605 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The LeapFrog Shopping Cart will provide your child with some fun food for thought. The easy-to-use scanner recognizes the included food items and helps teach your child about numbers, counting, colors, food groups and quantity comparisons. Includes shopping cart and 10 colorful plastic food items. Imported.

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Customer Reviews

I look for toys that are fun and easy to play with.
apoem
My daughter loves to play the games by selecting the requested colors/food products, and is so proud of herself when she gets them correct.
"mom2mattandally"
I am really thankful for Leapfrog making such a durable toy that is educational and above all afforable and fun.
Laurel Love

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By "mom2mattandally" on November 13, 2002
I bought this for my three year old daughter because she saw the commercial.... I was skeptical about buying another talking toy. However, this shopping cart was a snap to put together and it is sturdy and durable. My daughter loves to play the games by selecting the requested colors/food products, and is so proud of herself when she gets them correct. She also enjoys dancing to the music that it makes when you push it along. I would recommend this toy for all preschoolers. It is very educational, yet so fun that the kids don't realize they are learning!
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121 of 127 people found the following review helpful By apoem TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 2, 2003
First the positive- this shopping cart is fun. The words are easy to hear and very clear. The message is positive when you do what you are told or when you are just scanning for fun- 'All Right'! It is not so loud that it is annoying. This toy is also great for encouraging counting and recognition of colors and food items.
Second the not so positive- This is not like a real grocery cart-there is not a place to put dolls and purses for pretend shopping. The cart is very small with very little place to put groceries. The thing goes through batteries like crazy. And finally, the little frog 'little leap' falls off of our cart and doesn't stay put in place.
I look for toys that are fun and easy to play with. I look for toys that are durable and will survive hard play of three or more kids (since that is what I have in my home). I want toys that will encourage exploration of the world and imagination. I look for toys that do more than talk or make noise at the push of a button.
This is a fun grocery cart. However, I would rather have had a plain grocery cart without the talking and games. I would rather have had a grocery cart that had a place to put a doll and that would hold more groceries. This is what my children wanted, but this is what they got for a gift. If you have children that are imaginative and you want a grocery cart for pretend play, this is most likely not the cart you want to buy.
I also find that this grocery cart does not live up to the Leap Frog name for quality and educational items.
Before you buy this cart, decide why you want a cart. If you want one for pretend play, look at a different cart. IF you want one that will help teach your child, I'd consider some of the other Leap Frog items like the Leap pad before buying this toy.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 17, 2003
We bought this toy for my son's 2nd Birthday and he loves it. It is very durable and with stands not only the "crash" test but also the "climb" test in our house! Our son has played with the cart regularly for 4 months and we have not yet had to replace the batteries. It has even been left in the "on" position for several days.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Laurel Love on October 20, 2004
I recently purchased this for my son's second birthday. The shopping cart was extremely easy to put together. All the adult guests at the birthday party had a great time "playing" with this toy. My two year old loves this as well as my five year old. Not only is this a great educational toy it is also a great toy to pretend with. I have two sons so I appreciated that this shopping cart was not pink or purple as many household type items are. My older child is teaching my younger child colors and numbers as they shop and share together. We also have a toy kitchen that they can use to pretend to cook the foods they shopped for. I am really thankful for Leapfrog making such a durable toy that is educational and above all afforable and fun.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Shannon on July 4, 2004
My two year old son got tired of it very quickly. While it's more educational than your run of the mill shopping cart, I feel that it's a bit limited in its educational value. I guess if your child doesn't already know colors and numbers then it would be more worthwhile. It's not a good cart for pretend food shopping because there isn't much room in the cart. The worst part is that the volume is right on top by the game selection. What were they thinking?? We ended up putting a piece of tape over it because my son had more fun turning up the volume than he did "shopping" with the cart. I love Leap Frog products but this isn't one of our favorites. I think a child would have more pretend fun with an inexpensive cart and a bunch of different types of play food.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Monique Davis on November 21, 2004
I bought this cart over a year and a half ago for my daughter. she needed a toy to pull up on and walk with, and I didn't want to spend the money on one that she would outgrow in a few months. We decided to spring for the leapfrog shopping cart, and we couldn't be happier. Another reviewer mentioned that it wasn't stable enough for small babies learning to walk. we never had any problems with it tipping. I've also seen many reviews that it eats batteries, and I'm not sure what your doing with it to make that so. My daughter plays with hers a lot, along with every other kid that comes over between the ages of 1 and 10. I don't check to see that it's turned off everytime it's played with, and I'm still on the same batteries I put in it when we bought it almost 2 years ago. I was just telling someone today how impressed I was with the battery life. Also, the Tad figure has never once come off of ours, so I'm not sure why there have been so many problems with that reflected here. Educational value is good for kids 1-4 as it has different levels of activity. The volume is also very pleasant on the low setting. My daughter turned hers up and down a few times, but overall it hasn't been a problem. When I say the volume isn't a problem you better believe it isn't, because I detest noise. We have a very quiet household, and I don't allow my kids to play with anything too loud unless it's in thier rooms with the door shut! We just had the shopping cart out in the living room the other day, and it didn't bother me at all. See my review on the learn with music toy and you will see how much I despise anything loud! This is a great toy that we've really gotten our money's worth out of, so don't hesitate to buy it!

UPDATE- I wrote this review in 2004. It is now 2010, and two kids later.
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