Leapfrog Sing & Play Farm : Review

Its been a short while since I last reviewed for Leapfrog but now we are back in action and now have a fab new product which have been putting through it’s paces. The LeapFrog Sing & Play Farm, released earlier this year which has an age recommendation of 6-36months.

Designed to be a great introduction to farm animals and their sounds, this great little toy really is a must have.

Sing & Play Farm 1This great new toy really does help build a young child’s fine motor skills, boosts vocabulary and really does help your child become familiar with farmyard animals and their sounds.

There are 4 fab interactive sides to this toy ready to be explored;

Front There is peepo hatch activated by the blue switch on the top, a barn door which up on open and close plays 2 different tunes with a “slam” noise when the door closes and a light switch.

Right Side There is a tractor, turn the engine key to bring the engine to life and also the tractor lights work too.

Left Side There is a horse, cat and duck button which sings a couple of catchy songs about the individual animals. The sliding spider plays a musical version of itsy bitsy spider.

Rear There is a sliding rabbit, help him move from one side of the vegetable patch to the other.

Sing & Play Farm 2With over 50 phrases, featuring 13 animals this toy has been very popular with Leah and also a friends daughter (aged 8 months) who visited recently.

Sing & Play Farm 3The LeapFrog Sing & Play Farm can be purchased from most high street stores or easily on-line, direct from Leapfrog, with an RRP of £29.99 this is a great price for a toy which is educational, fun and can easily carried around by your little one using the carry handle provided! This really has been a hit with Leah and even Lewis (aged 5) has enjoyed a good play with it.

 

I’d like to also show you this short video review I have put together, showing you basically how this toy works;

Please excuse the lack of focus on this video – its a new toy and setting had been fiddled with. #fail

 

**This is not a sponsored post, I was sent a LeapFrog Sing & Play farm to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.

2 Comments

  1. Circus Mum

    7th August 2014 at 4:21 pm

    That’s quite a cute toy. My little one is too old now, but I remember she had great times with a similar farm toy when she was younger. Lovely review, I like your video too!

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