LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set
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- Play with 26 interactive alphabet tiles! Sing along to fun learning songs and explore the world of A to Z with colorful letter tiles that talk, sing and teach about the alphabet.
- Includes Magnetic Tile Reader, and 26 Interactive Magnetic Tiles. Skills learned include phonics, the alphabet, fine motor skills, and vocabulary.
- Celebrate A to Z with fun learning songs, including the "Alphabet Song" and "Wheels on the Bus." Kids can learn the alphabet by placing individual magnetic letter tiles on the bus window.
- Build vocabulary by pressing any letter twice to hear Tad use it in a word and a sentence. Place any letter on the bus and press it once to hear Tad say the letter’s name and sound.
- Fridge Phonics reinforces alphabet knowledge, including letter names and sounds, which is an important first step in learning to read. Playing with the letter tiles, which are designed for easy manipulation by little hands, also helps strengthen fine motor and coordination skills.
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Get phonics skills rolling
The Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set brings phonics skills to life with 26 singing, talking letters. Perfect for learning independently or together, the magnetic school bus and letter tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface. Children ages 2 and older can explore letter names, letter sounds and early vocabulary as they place interactive letters into the bright yellow bus. Children can also sing and dance along to three learning songs while building important skills for reading.
Curriculum that goes beyond core skills
With the Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set, each letter of the alphabet sings, talks and teaches, helping children make key connections between the letter’s shape, name and sound. Children can see all letters at the same time, helping to reinforce letter learning. Kids can place each large, tactile letter into the school bus and press it to hear Tad pronounce the letter’s name and sound correctly, including short and long sounds for every vowel. Press it again and Tad will say a word that begins with the letter and then use the word in a sentence, reinforcing phonics and early vocabulary. Three learning songs, including the “Alphabet Song” and “Wheels on the Bus,” help children remember alphabetic order and build early vocabulary as kids sing and dance along. In addition to reinforcing alphabet knowledge, which is an important first step in learning to read, playing with the letter tiles also helps strengthen fine motor and coordination skills, which are important for future writing.
Become a passenger on the Fridge Phonics school bus
A longtime favorite with millions of children worldwide, the Fridge Phonics play pattern puts children in charge of the learning, and offers many ways for children to enjoy personalized play and explore. Children can learn about letters one by one in the interactive school bus, or arrange them on the fridge to build words. They can sing, dance, move and press tiles, or quietly listen along, building alphabet knowledge in their own unique way. As Tad talks and sings to your child, he makes learning a personal and meaningful experience—with a new and exciting buddy to share in the fun. Fridge Phonics can be enjoyed independently, with friendly Tad as a guide, or become a family sensation, since it lives in the heart of your home—the kitchen. A volume switch offers a choice of two sound levels.
The Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set brings phonics skills to life with 26 singing, talking letters. Perfect for keeping little ones busy learning, the magnetic school bus and letter tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface. Children can place each letter into the bus window and press it to hear Tad say the letter's name and sound. Press it twice and Tad will say a word that begins with the letter and then use the word in a sentence. Children can also press the music note to move and sing along to three learning songs, including the "Alphabet Song" and "Wheels on the Bus." Designed by LeapFrog experts for children ages 2 and older, Fridge Phonics reinforces alphabet knowledge, including letter names and sounds, which is an important first step in learning to read. Playing with the letter tiles, which are designed for easy manipulation by little hands, also helps strengthen fine motor and coordination skills.
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1. Learning Aspect
Leapfrog does a great job of providing learning aspects to their toys, while making it fun and engaging for little ones. This fridge magnet is great. The letters are easy for little hands to maneuver and when pressed into the place, two different playback are included. 1. A song with the pronunciation of the letter 2. A sentence using a word that starts with that letter. Two songs are also included on the music button.
The price is great for all that this little toy offers. Easy to toss the bus and a couple letters in a bag for the car or when you're out. Holds strong on our refrigerator and keeps her busy while I'm busy in the kitchen. Too many letters to keep track of? I only put a few our at a time and store the rest in a bag. I swap them out every week or so.
I am so excited they came out with a new bus magnet, too! I can't wait to get this addition.
However, my kid loves it. My 3 year old would rearranges the letters and repeats after the sound each letter makes. She also loves to sing along with the song. Whenever my friends visit my family with their little ones, the kids would stop by the wall and play with the letters. It is definitely a nice change from all the kids opening cabinet doors and raiding the kitchen.
If pushed again, the character uses the letter in a sentence that has to do with the bus theme. For instance, "E, Engine! The bus' engine is loud! (Vroom vroom)” There is a music button that plays The Wheels on the Bus.
So yes, it's got the appeal of a puzzle, music, letters, and pressing buttons. The child is learning that letters make sounds. There is one more pro to this toy. It goes on the fridge. When I am cooking dinner that is right when the "Mommy mommy mommy I need you to do this do that" etc starts, even if she didn't nerd a thing before I was at the stove. This toy occupies her interest and lets her be in the kitchen close to me but stay out of the way of me with hot things! It's a win-win.