Mama to 5 Blessings wrote this post on the behalf of Leapfrog. I received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.
I have always been a huge fan of the Leapfrog products since I purchased our first product over ten years ago when our first child was born. We have many of their products and what is great is that they offer a wide age range so from little ones to older kids can play, learn and be entertained!
Leapfrog has recently come out with two new amazing products for toddlers; Number Lovin’ Oven which is right up my little ones alley. She loves to play kitchen so to incorporate play food is definitely entertaining. Not only can she pretend like she is frying an egg in the skillet. baking bread, a pizza or cupcakes but she can serve food onto plates with the spatula!
The Number Lovin’ Oven is very interactive with features with sound effects like an egg sizzling or the timer on the oven. Little ones can learn their numbers 1-5 as they move the number slider to explore numbers, time and temperature. For more math they can close the oven to explore numbers and counting.
Not only will toddlers learn their numbers and counting but they will learn vocabulary skills as well. Plus press the chef’s hat for learning songs, or listen and learn along to fun phrases. For additional math the pizza and bread snaps apart into 2, 3 or 4 equal pieces. When kids are all done all the accessories easily store inside the oven so nothing goes missing.
Another great LeapFrog toy that is perfect for little hands is the Scout’s Build and Discover Tool Set. Tots can count, measure, match colors and use 5 handy tools to build Scout a house. Take it apart and build it again! The Scout Build and Discover Tool Set sides come apart so that children can build from the ground up: putting the walls and adding the roof for floor-to-ceiling fun.
This pretend play offers a great opportunity for dexterity too while tightening the screws, hammering the nail, sawing the wood and loosing the screw with the wrench. All the pieces are chunky and just the right size for little hands. If toddlers are unsure which tool goes with what they can simply match colors to find the right tool for each job. Use the red wrench on the red bolt, and so on. Houses all 5 tools so that kids can learn and build on the go!
The Leapfrog Number Lovin’ Oven is available for $24.99 and the Scout’s Build and Discover Tool Set for $19.99. Both of these educational products are a great addition to your little ones Christmas list!