LeapFrog Learn-Around Playground with Tube Topper
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- More than 45 interactive touch points
- "Play" and compose on musical instruments
- Baby can bat, tug, and push interactive touch points to learn about colors, shapes, textures, and cause & effect
- Toddlers discover and create by playing alphabet, counting, rhyming, opposites, and musical games
- Teaches: songs, shapes, textures, colors and rhyming words
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WIRE TIES ARE NOT PART OF THIS TOY. FOR YOUR CHILD'S SAFETY, REMOVE AND DISCARD THE WIRE TIES BEFORE GIVING THIS TOY TO YOUR CHILD.
Top Customer Reviews
This toy is not the most stable when leaned against. We keep it diagnol in a corner so that it can't tip over. This toy has fallen over and backwards on top of our daughter. No harm done, but it does scare her. Even now, if not up against something, she easily pushes it over.
This toy "teaches":
Cause & Effect
My daughter still finds new ways for this toy to entertain her. She loves the music, she loves putting the balls down the slide, she's had phases where she HAS to flip the little "change-mode" book, or she must push down the frog.
I would recommend buying this at 6-10 months and will last a loooong time. I don't see how someone could be disappointed with this toy. It is well worth the money for the hours and hours of "entertainment" (a.k.a. peace and quiet...sort of)!
Part of the reason we were disappointed at first, though, was that it's rather limited unless you attach the four legs. The toy's literature claims it can be fun when the "keyboard" portion is just sitting on the floor, for babies who can't yet sit up on their own, but certain functions (like the small letters of the alphabet) don't operate without the legs. Once our daughter was able to sit up and we put the legs on, we found a huge variety of songs, recorded rhymes, and noises. The computer in this toy is amazing. The other day it said something we hadn't even heard before.
Someone else wrote that the toy didn't announce the color of each of the three balls once they're tossed down the chute. The only problem we've had is that it occasionally gets it wrong, but the kid doesn't notice (I wouldn't be relying on this to teach your child numbers and letters anyway).
The "learning playground" function is definitely quieter. When the "musical playground" bit gets going, there's a constant beat, and that gets old. But this is compensated by the five levers beneath the number keys. Touch them and you get different kinds of harmonicas. This is just an ingenious toy.
A similar toy from Leap Frog is the "Learn & Groove Musical Table," which is square-shaped. A friend has one of these, and it might even be superior to the Playground. It seems less likely to tip over, and unlike the Playground, can be enjoyed equally from all sides.
My son likes this product and uses it. As a parent I am disappointed in the quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my both boys liked it very much. they are now 8 and 5 years old. it is very sturdy products and still works fine.Published 10 months ago by Pandagongjoo
This is a poor looking item a lot was wrong with it when I got it along with being recalled.Published 17 months ago by ashley groff
my son had this for 5 mins before he got his arm stuck in the ball slide. we had to take it completely apart before his arm would come out. NOT SAFE FOR KIDSPublished on November 25, 2013 by heather
I got this toy for my daughter at Goodwill for $4, and it's definitely the best $4 I've ever spent! She's 12 months old now and absolutely loves it. Read morePublished on October 6, 2013 by Ellie's mom
I was looking up the age limits on this toy because it was donated to the child care center I work at. Yes the infants love it, its musical and there are lots of activities on it. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by K. Tolnai
Provided lots of fun for my baby especially during the stage when he started pulling up and standing on his own. He's now cruising and he's having fun going around the toy. Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by JENGR
I bought my son this learning table and the more recent one that you can buy in stores. My son defnately favors this one over the newer version. Read morePublished on April 16, 2011 by azmom
very pleased with this purchase...i have a 9 mo old and a two year old and the two of them play with this alot. Read morePublished on August 18, 2010 by spacistaci