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4 lucky winners will receive a preschool prize pack valued at $147, which includes 1x Sing & Snuggle Scout, 1x Sing & Spin Alphabet Zoo Ball, 1x Stack & Tumble Elephant, 1x Fridge Numbers, and 1x Tad’s Get Ready for Preschool.


Fridge Numbers (suitable for 2-4 years), RRP $29.95ea Available in-store now.

Little ones can get an early start on numbers and counting with interactive tiles that talk, teach and sing. Fridge Numbers helps teach numbers one to 10 through matching play and fun songs and phrases. Help Scout pack a picnic lunch, one yummy and nutritious food at a time! Place a number tile in Scout’s picnic basket to hear the number and count along with Scout. Place the matching food tile in Scout’s picnic basket to hear about numbers. The colourful tile reader and magnetic tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface.


Tad’s Get Ready for Preschool (suitable 2+ years), RRP $34.95ea

Available in-store August.

Get ready for school with Tad’s Get Ready for School Book. This book contains 12 pages of fun learning and introduces ABCs, numbers 1 to 10, colours, animals, shapes, community, emotions and music. Press the music button to hear six learning songs and watch the light flash along. Then practice telling time by turning the hour hand on the clock. The Get Ready for School Book covers core learning skills that expose kids to common topics they will learn as they enter preschool.

LeapFrog toys are available from Big W, Toys R Us, and independent toy retailers.

For further information on LeapFrog and its products, visit www.leapfrog.com.au , or check out the LeapFrog news on Facebook LeapFrogAustralia and Instagram Leapfrogofficial.

Please note this competition is open from 23 July 2017 until 23 August 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize. Users who unsubscribe will no longer be eligible to win.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. DouglasNSW
  2. S. ForrestSA
  3. K. JohnsonVIC
  • In the last two months he has become more independent and much better coordination in his everyday routine.

  • Little miss newborn is learning tummy time. Going from not liking it to now progressing with no tears. Go little Stella

  • By making lots of crazy sounds!

  • She reads, she writes and she continues to surprise me everyday!

  • Those eyes are sucking in so much,
    We’ll have understandable words with some luck!
    Every day we see something new,
    So quickly she has grew.

  • My 1 1/2 year old daughter Skylar has always been quite advanced and loves education toys that help her learn even more . Skylar would absolutely love these leap frog toys o have something new to play with .

  • My little Summer surprises us every day with something new. Today when I dropped off the kids to school, before they even opened the door she started waving and said goodbye. Just like that.

  • My 2-year old has learnt so much from his 3 older sisters, watching their relationship develop is amazing to watch

  • My baby has developed the ability to reason which is an unforgettable thing to see when they can take the information given to them and use it to formulate the best answer available to them, truly a magical experience when you look into their eyes and see things clicking and knowing you created this!

  • Not born yet but she has made it to 27 weeks. That’s leaps and bounds if you ask me!

  • My baby is not born yet

  • After a very rocky start to life little one is catching up and achieving close to ‘milestones” . Lots of love, hugs and interactions with older siblings.

  • I am entering to win for my niece and nephew. They live in a rural area with not much interaction with other kids. Last time we visited my niece who has just turned 3 was actually talking to me (she’s usually too shy) and using 4or 5 word sentences. Was so great to see her communicating with her cousins!! Thanks

  • From a baby who can only cry to a toddler who is trying hard to be the boss in the house. All those funny little mischievous deeds, I will surely missed them when they have grown up.

  • With help and hard work, and her accepting nature and willingness to happily participate

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