LeapFrog Shapes And Sharing Picnic Basket
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- Children build motor skills as they sort, match, stack, empty and fill. Store everything you need right in the basket for easy clean-up every time! Lift the basket lid to hear sweet instrumental music and fun sound effects.
- Play and learn with a 14-piece picnic set that includes 6 food items, 2 plates, 2 forks, 2 cups, 1
- Appropriate for children ages 6 to 36 months. Skills learned while your kids play: pretend play, shapes, colors, and fine motor skills.
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14-piece picnic set includes: 6 food items, 2 plates, 2 forks, 2 cups, 1 blanket, and 1 basket.
- Pretend Play
- Motor Skills
Play, Learn, and Share
Set a space for fun, learning, and sharing. The Shapes & Sharing Picnic Basket helps little learners explore shapes, colors, manners, and more. The 14-piece set helps children build motor skills as they sort, match, stack, empty, and fill. Recommended for children ages 6 to 36 months.
Lift the basket lid to hear sweet instrumental music and fun sound effects. Fun and educational learning songs will have your child singing along and learning for hours. The Shapes & Sharing Picnic Basket encourages your child to independently play by reminding them to push the song button, lift the basket lid, sort and match the pretend food and more.
Fill up on fun
More than 30 audio responses encourage children to play pretend as they explore colors, shapes, sharing and more.
Children build motor skills as they sort, match, stack, empty and fill.
Room for two
Includes two place settings for learning and sharing with a parent or friend.
Pack and go
Store everything you need right in the basket for easy clean-up every time!
LeapFrog Shapes And Sharing Picnic Basket
LeapFrog Shapes And Sharing Picnic Basket has over 30 audio responses which helps create unique and different pretend play. Kids can engage in sorting, matching, stacking and filling of the basket unit in various lots of ways. Its vibrant colors and shapes attract kids.
Why You'll Love It: Instrumental music and funny sound effects add to the fun.
Age: 6 months to 3 years
- Deep exploration of different shapes and colors
- Fun way of learning
- Easy customization and personalization
- 6.9 x 9 x 7.6 inches
- Food items
From the Manufacturer
Set a space for fun, learning and sharing. The Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket helps little learners explore shapes, colors/colours, manners and more. Over 30 audio responses encourage pretend play, and the 14-piece set helps children build motor skills as they sort, match, stack, empty and fill. Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning. Appropriate for children ages 6 to 36 months.
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Top Customer Reviews
PURPOSE OF PURCHASE:
My daughter had just turned 11 months old. I was looking for a fill-and-spill toy that she would not outgrow as quickly as many other baby toys and I was hoping for something that she would use for creative play for the next couple of years. We were skeptical at first because we felt that, although the price is reasonable, we still did not want to throw away $20 and she might not care for it or it may be a little mature for her.
I am so glad that we bought it. It was the last of the gifts that we bought for her first Christmas, and I just know it was meant for her to have.
Everything is made of hard plastic, except for the checked "blanket" which is like a handkerchief. The basket is packed pretty full with everything inside, but she can easily fit it all back in without help. She loves carrying all of the pieces around in her little hands. (There are many pieces and you don't want them lost!) The full basket is a little heavy for a baby. She did not carry the entire basket around until recently (14 months) and still prefers not to, but she has always taken it off of her toyshelf and sat with it closeby in the floor. I can watch this thing growing with her. She likes to put the food pieces and forks in her mouth. And she LOVES the sounds it makes when the lid opens and closes. She loves the songs that it sings, and let me tell you, the voice is too cute and sweet. She dances while she plays and tries to sing.
I love it because it is easy to wipe clean (even though I haven't had to clean it yet), it is durable, it is fun, adorable, AND VERY educational!!
I had not realized before she started playing with it, but it teaches manners (saying please & thank you) and some prepositions, such as: put one cup IN the other cup, spread the blanket ON the ground UNDER the tree...a picnic WITH my friend. It sings the colors of the rainbow. It counts up to four often. It sings short songs about how many sides each shape has, and each of the three foods on each plate is a different shape (triangle pie slice, square cracker, circle orange slice). It asks you to find each shape. The plates are similar to wooden puzzles (only plastic), and she is learning to put the foods in place.
She also LOVES music, and this thing is constantly singing. It even reminds you to push the butterfly button to hear a song. She can play with this toy 100% by herself, and I know that she will not outgrow it any time soon because it is also my favorite of her toys. And when her cousins (4yrs & 11yrs) came to visit, this is the toy that they played with for 2 hours straight! She plays with it more than any other toy (and she has too many toys). We have never had to replace the batteries since she first got it.
The cups are not intended to hold liquids. They each have two holes in the bottom that you could almost stick a pencil through. I like that she will have to use her imagination and also I will not have to worry about the inside of the picnic basket getting sticky with juice and I am glad that ants will not be stored in there. (But some people would rather have usable cups, and if your child tried to use them, it would be messy, so I thought I would mention this.)
The only real negative that I can find is that the talking basket may ask you to find the triangle, but it has no way to know whether you found it, so it does not correct you or praise you. It never responds or gives hints or anything. So basically, it just randomly asks your child to find things, but she may never know if her answer was correct (or wrong!). Therefore, I recommend that Mommy plays with her.
I say it is well worth every cent (and more)!
While this playset's tunes and phrases aren't quite as fun and catchy as LeapFrog's Potsy, they're still cute. And more importantly, they're not terribly loud and I find I can tune them out without much trouble while I do other tasks and she continues playing. And once the fun's all done, everything stores back inside the basket easily. Toys with self-contained storage are always a big plus in my book!
A real winner of a toy overall, and one I wouldn't hesitate recommending for a baby that's sitting up on their own already all the way. My daughter is a little over 2 now and still loves playing with this toy, and her older sisters like joining her picnic adventures, as well.
All of the plates, utensils, cups and food are made from plastic, so they're easy to clean. Everything fits neatly inside the basket, which is a big deal for me- I hate having toys without a home. I love that leapfrog also incorporates learning into all of their toys. This toy helps them learn shapes and the plates are like little puzzles- you have to put the right shape food in the correct spot.
Another positive is that this isn't one of those really loud obnoxious toys. It does have songs and a learning mode but honestly my daughter doesn't even turn it on.