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Leapfrog Toy Review + Giveaway

I have to admit, poor Noah has second child syndrome.  I’m just putting it out there that I may have never bought Noah a new toy….oops!

With there being four years age difference between the kids we have a lot of toys already which we have looked after and that Noah has been enjoying.

So you could say that I’m a little out of the loop on what toys are new to the market for a child his age!

I was recently sent two LeapFrog toys for Noah to have a play and review.  If you read on you can learn all about them and be in the running to win them for yourselves!

My First Scout and Violet Books RRP $24.95My First Scout Book

This toy is suitable for babies from 3 months.

Each page of this touch-and-feel book is so cute!  There’s a shiny pond, crinkly flower, peek-a-boo flap and baby-safe mirror.  If you press the music note button you will hear a sweet welcome song and four sing-along songs that introduce your child to numbers, letters, colours and shapes.

You can then explore further learning on each page by pressing the 123, Shapes, ABC and Colour tabs to hear songs, sounds and learning phrases.  Little hands can also grasp the handle to take with them!

Scout’s and Violet’s Learning Lights Remote RRP $16.95

This toy is suitable for infants from 6 months old.

scouts learning remote

Noah loves our remote control and I’m sure you can relate that most kids seem to make a beeline for the remote!  Well now he has his own one that’s super cool!

It has a light-up screen, a ton of different buttons a French language channel and two modes of play.  The remote assists children with early learning concepts as they pretend play.

The remote has more than 65 songs, tunes and learning responses. You can toggle up, down, left or right to play a shapes game or count along.  You child can also learn simple French words to help shapes in the garden.

For more information about these toys and others check:

www.leapfrog.com.au

https://www.facebook.com/LeapFrogANZ/

https://www.instagram.com/leapfrogofficial/

I’ve teamed up with Leapfrog so that TWO lucky people can win both of these toys.  To be in the running head over to my instagram and read how to enter, but make sure you leave a comment below as to why you’d like to win as a bonus entry!!

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3 Comments

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    Anastranova
    June 15, 2019 at 8:30 am

    Wow these toys are so cool, I’m sure they would be loved by both my newborn & toddler. I can so relate re. 2nd child syndrome, although my 1st & 2nd has 9yrs gap but we still kept & looked after majority of toys. I did buy a couple little toys for my 2nd but now my 3rd has just arrived she definitely will have no new toy unless I win this 🤣 and she’d probably would never hv any birthday party as we would be too tight on time & finance. Thank you for reviewing these toys, I feel not so out-dated now after reading these latest baby toys review!

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    Anastasia
    June 15, 2019 at 9:12 am

    Wow these toys are so cool, I’m sure they would be loved by both my newborn & toddler. I can so relate re. 2nd child syndrome, although my 1st & 2nd has 9yrs gap but we still kept & looked after majority of toys. I did buy a couple little toys for my 2nd but now my 3rd has just arrived she definitely will have no new toy unless I win this  and she’d probably would never hv any birthday party as we would be too tight on time & finance. Thank you for reviewing these toys, I feel not so out-dated now after reading these latest baby toys review!

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    Sue Chai
    June 21, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    Our little baby is still too young to feel the impact of 2nd child syndrome yet, would be absolutely fantastic to get her at least two new LeapFrog toys before any symptoms appear. 😂 I LOVE toys that combine fun and education into one. The Scout Book would offer amazing sensory play experience to the little bub, with its age appropriate flaps and mirror and music buttons. It’s definitely never too early to start literary and numeracy education in an entertaining way! The Learning Lights Remote sounds like something that even the adults can enjoy (French language learning? How awesome!)With 65 (!) songs and tunes, it would be a challenge to even get bored.

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