LeapFrog is known for its fun and education toys for infants and toddlers. Have you ever seen their LeapFrog Fun and Learn Phonics Bus?
LeapFrog: Fun and Learn Phonics Bus
The LeapFrog Fun and Learn Phonics Bus is just the right mix of fun and learning for older infants and toddlers.
Features of this bus include:
- Teaches children letter recognition and sound through various play modes
- Critters on the bus talk, sing, and play games
- 4 different modes of play
- Easy to press buttons
- 3AAA batteries included
- Measures 6” X 4” X 91/2”
This is a great size bus perfect for smaller hands.
The bus really rolls along and the alphabets are on the side of the bus where children can push a letter and get the letter name, its sound or a song depending on the mode of play.
It also has an interactive game where it asks children to find a certain letter and then lets the child know if they are right or wrong.
Most parents who purchased this fun and learn phonics bus really liked it.
A few parents find the sound of this bus to be too loud even on the lowest mode, but most people aren’t that bothered by the sound and really like the fact that their children enjoy this bus and that they are learning through play.
Benefits parents found when their child plays with this bus include:
- Durable – Parents have reported that this bus has been dropped and even thrown and still works well.
- Teaches Letter Recognition – Parents are pleased that this fun and learn actually teaches letter recognition. Some parents even commented that their child could point out letters on signs and posters after playing with this bus.
- Children Learn Fun Songs – Users also like the fact that their children learn fun songs like the Wheels on the bus when playing with this toy.
One of the best things about this learning bus is that children are able to learn on their own without pressure. They learn by repetition and positive reinforcement.
The LeapFrog Fun and Learn Phonics Bus is designed for children 18 months and up and many parents stated that their child is still playing with this bus at age 3.
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