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5 lucky winners will receive a fantastic LeapFrog toy pack for their toddler or pre-schooler, which includes: 1x Level Up & Learn Controller, 1x Number Loving Oven, and 1x Mr Pencil’s Alphabet Backpack.

Learning Has Never Been So Fun!

Playing to learn and learning through play makes learning fun along the way.

With LeapFrog, you can leap ahead with electronic toys that teach in exciting, entertaining, and relevant ways.

Understanding a child’s development is one continuous learning – from every moment, every lesson, every adventure, every experience along the way, LeapFrog’s cool new toys will entertain the smallest to the busiest child in new and fun ways.

Toddlers play and learn with the Level Up and Learn Controller. This exciting controller, that looks just like a grown up’s game controller, features six learning activities that introduce colours, counting, rhyming, French phrases and more. Move the joystick to trigger animal phrases and sounds, listen to the questions from the animals, and let the light guide you to the correct answers. The four colourful shape buttons introduce shapes and encourage exploring numbers. The music button plays three learning songs and one dance track. A Tiger pal pops up to encourage play time and introduces opposites.

The Number Loving Oven is the perfect recipe for number learning fun for your pre-schooler! From counting and cooking to serving and sharing, it’s preschool prep for little chefs. With 16 fun ingredients included, the delightful singing oven warms up counting, sharing, fraction and vocabulary skills. Move the slider to explore numbers, time, and temperature, count along with the blinking light and more. Close the oven to explore numbers and counting. Open it to learn about counting and sharing.  Share the pizza to practice early fractions. Cook up a storm as the frying pan sizzles when it is placed on the stove top. Serve up the fun with the Number Loving Oven.

Your pre-schooler can learn the letters of the alphabet and how to write them with Mr. Pencil’s Alphabet Backpack. The 26 included letters fit into the letter spaces and introduce letter names and sounds. Close Mr Pencil’s Alphabet backpack for playtime on the go. Watch the alphabet come alive as the screen shows each letter and how to write it step-by-step. Use the included Mr. Pencil stylus to follow along with the LCD screen and learn to write letters and draw animals. Slide the eraser to start over.  The backpack holds all the pieces inside for convenient storage and has shoulder straps for on-the-go fun.

These LeapFrog toys are available from a mix of Big W, Target, and Myer, as well as good toy stores and online retailers.

 

For further information on LeapFrog and its products, visit www.leapfrog.com.au,

or check out the LeapFrog news on Facebook LeapFrog ANZ and Instagram leapfrogtoys_anz.

Please note this competition is open from 17th June 2020 until 19th July 2020 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.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. WattsVIC
  2. A. NikolaouNSW
  3. F. MullinsSA
  4. M. NaeemNSW
  5. E. CampbellTAS
  • Our granddaughters enjoy games and toys that spark their imagination,
    Also improve their memories, counting and calculations,
    Their language skills and artistic creations,
    The prize Leapfrog toys would doubtless be a hit,
    Learning while playing, for each young miss!


  • Speech and vocabulary…when we discuss it, (colours shapes texture, uses), fine motor skills when she handles and manipulates it, gross motor skills (throwing and catching), sharing if it’s cooperative play, the list is endless


  • They love to experiment by mixing colours and feeling different textures.


  • Our kids love to learn while playing, like singing along to the ABC song and learning the alphabet, if they are happy learning they stay focus for longer.


  • My son was playing with some sticks and had the bright idea to make letters and words with them. TILE was his first effort!


  • With tactical play number one,
    Outside in the sun!
    Fresh air helps us think well,
    So her brain can swell.


  • My nephew is so creative he really loves to sing a long to these types of toys. The repetitive nature of the toys allows him to build the learning blocks and memory required to help him communicate.


  • Lots of engagement with mummy and daddy, playing with different children of their age really helps them to learn and develop, as well get them used to socialising, especially when they get older and head off to school! Playing is fun and educational!


  • Mine love independability learning with each other


  • My little one has teenage siblings so she learns a lot through playing with them (and Sometimes some words she shouldn’t). She loves creative and imaginative games through role play, dolls and craft.


  • Making things brighten, colourful and interesting keeps inquisitive minds listening.


  • My 6 month old learns by pressing buttons and listening to sounds. He loves hearing animals and tries to copy the sound


  • My boy keep singing the songs he heard on his toys throughout the day. From different alphabet sounds he have learnt now making animal sounds and their names. Now we have bought him the toy with numeric on it. I know he would show interest in his new toy soon.


  • Our developmentally delayed son LOVES leaning through play. It’s so important to engage him in things he likes and he finds stimulating as that’s when he learns the most. I am so creative with dinosaurs, superheroes and cars…..there’s pretty much nothing I can’t teach with them LOL


  • playing dosnt seem so much like school. seems more like a {sneaky} treat


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