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LeapFrog Spin and Sing Alphabet Zoo


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  • Discover the alphabet from Alligator to Zebra!
  • Features three ways to play: Letter, Animal and Music learning modes.
  • Explore learning with each spin of the wheel.
  • Playful musical responses reward each touch.
  • Introduces letters A-Z and animal names and sounds.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 19.5 x 12.4 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000NRX5XE
  • Item model number: 10242
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,205 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Discover the alphabet from Alligator to Zebra! Little ones learn about animals and their sounds and the letters A to Z with each spin of the wheel! Music, lights and swirling patterns encourage exploration. Babies develop motor skills by batting the wheel again and again.

Product Description

SESpFrog Enterprises Spin & Sing Alphabet Zoo Spin and Sing AlphabetZoo - Explore the alphabet from Alligator to Zebra. With each spin of the wheel, little ones learn about letter names and sounds and animal names andsounds. Intriguing music, lights and swirling patterns motivate exploration. Babies develop motor skills by batting the wheel again and again. Ages 6to 24 months.

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Customer Reviews

She isn't sitting yet, but she can push up well and spin the wheel with one hand.
Melinda
I bought this for my baby when he was about 6 months old and he instantly loved it, he STILL loves it now at 12 months and he doesn't love ANY toy that long.
RoxyMika
He loves to spin it on all three settings and loves when we sing the songs to him too!
FFmom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Jevonia on September 4, 2007
My ten-month old loves this toy. It has kept her attention longer then any other toy she owns. It has three musical settings which are pretty engaging to her. On one setting, the spinning of the ball is directly linked to the music, (the previous reviewer was right about it being one of the least annoying muzak in toydom), so when it stops spinning- so does the song. So my baby girl stops whatever she has wandered away to do and goes back and spins it again. And again. And again.

Oh, bonus: it has volume control.

UPDATE: Three years later, baby girl #2 has proven how durable it is. She is somewhat more of a hard slapper then a spinner, but the little toy has held up well. I don't know what it is about this toy, but both my children really has gotten great use out of it.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Destiny Hager on August 31, 2007
This toy plays a really cute song that is quite catchy, to me at least. I also own the Leap frog alphabet one. My daughter (8 months) enjoys both but I think this one is more age appropriate for her. As with any toy they are not just going to learn the alphabet or differnt animals without some input on your part. My daughter enjoys any tow that she can spinn, so this was a no brainer.

Pros: Lots of different animal noises, cute and not annoying song, multiple setting for more fun/ learning.

Cons: The ball does not detach like the other leap frog learning ball. It is not as well made either. The other one is made of a soft rubber and is durable and easy to clean. This one is plastic and has a large sticker that goes around it. I haven't had much problem cleaning it so far(3 months), but with drool and a wet cloth to wipe it down I'm not sure how long the sticker will hold up. Also I know it is hard to find all animals starting with the correct letter of the alphabet and put a good noise to it, but some of them are just out there. For instance Umbrella bird, not a bad choice, but then put a bird noise to it instead of the random off the wall noise that they did, who cares if there are more than one bird noise on it.

Overall a really cute toy just wish it was a little higher quality like the other one that they made.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Corey Geist on December 7, 2007
I originally bought this for my 6 month old son because it kept him engaged in the store while I shopped. Once we brought it home, I figured he would become bored with it. I am pleased to say he still plays with it - 4 months later.

There are three song features. One that plays the ABC song while the wheel is spinning. One that starts "Spin, spin a letter..." If the wheel stopped spinning on the letter B, the lady's voice says, "B","B", and then a bird chirps. The third features animals that start with each letter of the alphabet. If the wheel stops spinning on the letter C, the lady's voice says, "CAT","CAT" followed by a cat's meow. The tunes are quite catchy and not annoying. My husband and I find ourselves singing the tunes as well. There are two volume options. When the ball is not spinning, no music is beging played, which is a great feature and it teaches cause and effect.

We have decided that this toy is indestructable as well. We use it on his high chair at times to keep him entertained while feeding him. I can't tell you how many times he has pushed this off his high chair, and we were certain it would break. It hasn't broken yet. Have only had to change the batteries. It is also easy to clean. The sticker with the letters and animals is glossy, so it is easy to wipe. The rest of it is hard plastic.

I would definitely recommend this toy! :-)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kate Evening on December 28, 2007
This toy is cute in the box. But it got played with maybe once. It doesn't hold any of my kids attention, and I have four of all different ages. It was a gift for a birthday, not something I would have bought. I try very hard to buy toys that my kids will really interact with because with four kids you have lots of toys, many that never really get used. Leapfrog makes many great toys that are educational and fun, but you still have to pick and choose for your kids personalities. This might be fun for a young baby, but not for much older than that.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Craft on January 7, 2009
This is my first review ever and oh how deserving this toy is!!! I love the Spin and sing alphabet zoo so much! I bought this toy for my daughter who is 1 year old. It was a Christmas gift. My daughter loves to carry it around the house and it seems very durable. My son is two and he loves to spin the wheel and to say the animals names. There is several ways to play and the music is catchy. It also has TWO volume selections which is nice. Now let me share one more funny thing about this toy. My daughter who is 6 and her cousin who is 12 love this toy too, I haven't had one person come over without giving it a spin. Its fun and educational and my favorite most played with toy. I would buy this toy again, or get one for a gift. You will find yourself giving it a spin...guaranteed. Hope this was helpful and have a great 2009!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E. Arturo on September 28, 2009
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We've had this ball for a month now.
My daughter (10 months) didn't care for this ball at first because, I think, she didn't understand it was meant to be spun. After a day, though, she was hooked. The ball sits around on the floor amongst her other toys and she visits and revisits it many times during her independent play time. The ball beckons her back with a little reminder that it wants her to spin an animal, or spin a letter, or that the ABC song is still not done, and she loves to keep it happy by spinning it! haha! It's also an especially good toy during meal-time. It's when she's in her high chair that she really keeps her attention on it and looks at the letters as they're spun, and she's even picked up a selection of favorite animal sounds since she's begun playing with it. She even is learning to sign "monkey" because of it! She spins monkey and listens to the sound, then I make the sound again, then I show her a monkey stuffed toy, and then she looks at the ball, and makes the sign soon after!

It is also a very durable toy; it is has survived a spill onto the floor from the high chair *every single day* we've had it.
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