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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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.
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.
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|Item Dimensions||9.7 x 2.4 x 10 in||5.42 x 1.87 x 5.74 in||5.22 x 1.85 x 5.49 in||1.9 x 6.3 x 7.1 in||9.3 x 10.4 x 2.5 in||7.25 x 5.12 x 7.39 in|
|Item Weight||—||6.88 ounces||1.3 lbs||1.11 lbs||1.45 lbs||1.37 lbs|
Top customer reviews
My son is 10 months old, a little under the 12 month recommendation, but he still gets a kick out of smacking at the animal parts or Farmer Chick to get a noisy response. However, its never annoying, as it very appreciably includes volume & on/off control. These days, ALL toys should have both, for parents sanity! He hasn't gotten the hang of removing & replacing the animal parts, but the pieces are chunky & easy to grab for little hands. The barn itself is also easy to grab & throw, which my son has done several times, to no effect on the toy! I applaud LeapFrog on making an electronic toy that is also plenty durable.
My only complaints are very minor - the package claims that you can store the animal pieces on the back of the barn, which in my opinion, you cannot. The magnets will stick to the magnets on the back, but not very well, & only four of the ten will actually fit. This toy is best stuck to the fridge & left there.
All in all, this is a really neat, non-annoying educational toy which has impressed & charmed me, my son, & our mom & kid friends!
It comes with five animals half of each so total 10 pieces.
and my son loves the sound came from the unit.
It has five farm animals: the Cow,Sheep,Horse,Pig and duck
it comes in two volume levels.High,low and off button
the unit is so much sturdy that my son is also playing with it with his other toys.so it not only working for fridge but the babies can play anywhere.The whole unit is magnet so it is not dropped off from the fridge / dishwasher surface even though my son roughly play with the unit.
any half part of the animal speaks when he press it and it speaks the voice of that animal.for ex. the cow says MOOOOOO..he just love the sounds of any animals.
so after all the toy keeps busy for your baby when you are in the kitchen ares.
thanks for making such a gr8 toys specially with magnets !!!
I will say, my four and a half year old niece had lots of fun playing with this when it was brand new. She even requested it once her dinner was done. Also, I babysat a friends 11 and 9 year old children, and the 11 year old boy thought it was great to mix and match the animals. So yes, the overall idea is catchy and creates fun for all ages.
So, for the reasons it's not a 5 or 4 star toy:
-- promotes little creativity, all my son does is push the chick and listen to the songs.
-- age it appeals to has a hard time putting animals in the barn door, the 4 and 11 year olds obviously had no problem, but my son can NOT put animals in the dedicated slots, and actually spends most his time taking them out (if I model putting them in for him).
-- magnets end up all over the floor, for some reason my son never had this problem when he just played with our collection of National Park magnets, but if I give him more than one animal at a time, I just end up with a bunch of magnets scattered on my floor.
-- the smooth rounded edges make it hard for toddlers to grasp the animals off the fridge, which means the only way my toddler can take this magnet off the fridge is by sliding it (or wacking it) off, leading to the above stated problem.
-- Weak magnetism, tho the magnets stay on the fridge, they move very easily when you touch them. To me, this takes away the whole point of a magnet.
I guess the overall problem I see with this toy is that it is too complex for a one-year-old, and tho it's fun for an older child, the fun will wear off quickly because it's not challenging enough for them. Maybe 18 months to 2 years is the only window of golden opportunity. I'll let you know what I find out.