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LeapFrog – Toddler Toy Reviews + GIVEAWAY

It’s that time of year again and parents are in search of fun toys for toddlers that they won’t get bored of within the next couple of months. LeapFrog has been around for a long time and we have seen many, many different LeapFrog toys and products come through the hands of our kids. More than that though, they have been used over and over and have been passed down from one child to the next. I cannot fault them in terms of value for money!

Now that my kids are getting that little bit older, my nephew is now getting into the age of enjoying these toys too. So these reviews are from my sister.

LeapFrog – Toddler Toy Reviews

LeapFrog Vacuum cleaner review

LeapFrog Pick Up & Count Vacuum

My toddler has been ‘helping’ me vacuum for quite some time, struggling to push the vacuum around the room. Well, now he can use his own with the LeapFrog Pick Up & Count Vacuum. This vacuum keeps him entertained while I am vacuuming the rest of the house.

10 coloured dust pieces can be scattered around for your toddler to pick up with the vacuum. A dust bin at the back of the vacuum collects all dust pieces, so they aren’t easily lost when stored.

The vacuum has 3 play modes: colours, numbers and counting. This helps your toddler learn through 6 interactive games whilst promoting the use of motor skills.

It can be a bit hard for your toddler to line up the vacuum with the dust piece, but it doesn’t take long before they are emptying the bust bin to start over again.

LeapFrog 100 words book review

LeapFrog English-Chinese 100 Words Book

This bilingual word book has been a hit with the whole family. We are teaching our toddler words and sounds as well as learning a new language from 12 different categories i.e animals, colours, food etc. Simply touch a picture and learn a new word, fact and sound effect in English and Chinese.

A Learning Activity Book is also included which has 13 interactive activities to guide you and your child through the word book as well as with everyday objects. There’s even reward stickers in the back of the book.

The LeapFrog English-Chinese 100 Words Book will be sure to keep the kids entertained this Christmas.



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7 Comments

  1. Vanessa Karner
    12/12/2020 / 10:39 pm

    I’d love to visit Germany,
    To see what I can see.
    To cruise the Rhine,
    Drink their beautiful wine,
    Ordering it in German would be most heavenly.

  2. Julia Parker
    13/12/2020 / 12:21 pm

    Id love to finish learning French. I started in High School but can only remember the basics. Next time Im ever in Paris Id love to show off my new linguistic skills!!

  3. adrienne harries
    13/12/2020 / 12:22 pm

    What 2nd language would you like to learn and why?
    I’d love to speak French so i can be
    travelling Paris speaking fluently
    French is spoken with eloquent style
    understanding would be incredible and make me smile

  4. 13/12/2020 / 2:46 pm

    Elvish – seems like a handy skill to be able to talk to our superiors after the world ends (lol)

  5. Melissa
    13/12/2020 / 5:04 pm

    I’d love to learn AUSLAN (sign lanuage) as it allows people of all abilities to communicate.

  6. Philippa Tudor
    14/12/2020 / 11:04 pm

    Spanish so many countries speak it and i’d love to travel in south america

  7. adrienne harries
    21/12/2020 / 5:22 pm

    I’d love to learn toddler so we get it right
    he gets frustrated when we dont understand his plight
    other than that Spanish for me
    so i can order margaritas in Mexico sitting by the sea

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