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- Well-crafted wooden frolicking frog pull toy is classically-styled yet uniquely designed
- Happy, hopping friendly frog has hinged hind legs that spring this vibrant wooden pull toy to life
- This carefully-crafted toddler toy is built-to-last and sure to please
- Helps advance gross motor skills and cognitive development with every step
- Made in China
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Boundless fun will accompany your toddler with this friendly wooden froggie pull toy. When pulled by its string, it playfully "hops" up and down with wiggling eyes, which adds to the excitement of those early steps. Brightly painted with non-toxic paint. For ages 18 months and up.
Top Customer Reviews
One thing to watch though, the pull string is a bit too long, he has already wrapped it all the way arond his neck twice! That can easily be fixed by trimming it down and knotting the end if needed.
Our 16mos old took to it immediately after
being shown how to pull with the cord.
The frog has a nice 'wobble' when it moves-
simulating an up-and-down motion of a hopping
frog moving. It's amusing.
This toy is made of wood. The wood is not a
sturdy grade; nor of heavy components. The
edges mar easily as it is cut at 90 degrees and
not bevelled. e.g. The little one pulls
the frog into a dining room chair leg.
My biggest dissappointment is with the paint.
The green color is just the perfect hue! It
is the durability which I found to be lacking.
Perhaps I had the wrong expectation that this toy
was ok for outside play on the driveway
Our little girl LOVES to walk outside. So, Daddy
and daughter walk up and down the block,
while 'walking' the frog.
The blue on the flat of the wheels almost totally
wore off after just two outings. Pitting is also
noted now on the flat part of the wheels. (and
we live in a brand-new finished subdivision)
Stability is another issue with this item. It
constantly tips over and the rear legs need to be
're-alligned.' (real simple- just pushing all the parts
back toward the torso and aligning again.) Our little
one also has difficulty when the pull chord gets all
tangled up with the front and rear wheels/legs.
The front wheels are fixed in direction and the square
edging of the wheels make for great forward movement;
however if your little one turns direction the wheels
catch and the frog tips over.
Overall impression: very cute, makes darling grandparent
photos. Expect fast paint and body wear. Not a heavy
quality wood toy. Great on wood floors, so-so on carpet.
Don't pay >$12. 3.5*
Peace was restored in the house. The frog is really cute, almost indestructible, and just appropriate for the age group. Just plan on getting two of them if you have two toddler-age kids.
A great sturdy toy that is a nice change of pace from the usual blinking, flashing, music making, over-stimulating toy.
EDIT 12/20/10: After just a few uses I noticed that the paint on the eyeballs is bubbling and chipping, causing small flakes of paint to come off. This is odd, because our son has not chewed on the toy at all. I am returning this to Amazon as "defective", because I will not give our son a toy that he could ingest paint from. Its a shame, because he seemed to really like it and, like most Melissa and Doug toys, it is well constructed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My toddler absolutely loves this. The only thing the cord end the thing around the end that keeps it from fraying as come off. However, my toddler loves dragging it around. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebeccah Phillips
Hate this toy. This frog is extremely loud when pulled on hardwood floor and sounds like it it scratching the floor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roxanna Jamison
It is adorable and practically indestructible, made out of wood.Published 3 months ago by Connie Kinas
doesn't do anything..I thought it would make some kind of sound when baby moved itPublished 4 months ago by sevi agelarakis-stamelos
I love the frog..., I was expecting it to be much larger. It appeared larger in the photo. My nephew loves it though! Read morePublished 5 months ago by william j and rose l worthington