Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical Table £16.99 @ Amazon

28 February 2011

leapfrogLearnAndGrooveMusicalTable Amazon are selling this Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical Table for HALF PRICE - £16.99 instead of £34.99 and the GOOD NEWS is *drum roll please* it's guaranteed at this price ALL WEEK; hurrah!

I do love a good activity table and this one ticks all the boxes for me.  The Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical Table is suitable for little people who are six months and over; it almost seems a shame they can’t enjoy it from birth – well they could I suppose if YOU played with it with them on your lap!

With this Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical Table your youngster will be able to unleash their inner musical genius.  Think Mozart! Think Beethoven!  Think Tchaikovsky!!

Ok, maybe not, but who cares?  Your mini groover will be having so much fun and there’ll be time for classical genius later.

The legs of the Leapfrog Learn and Groove musical table come off too; I think this is a brilliant idea as it means young ones who can’t stand yet can still enjoy playing with it.

Everything is brightly coloured to engage and excite your child’s senses and there are 15 musical activities in English and French with over 40 songs and melodies – now isn’t that a GOOD idea, the introduction of different languages at the earliest opportunity….what a shame the Government haven’t caught on to this yet – LEAP FROG for Government I say!

Oh and those lovely people over at Leapfrog have also given the Learn and Groove Musical Table volume control; marvellous.

The Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical Table needs 3 AA batteries which aren’t included - well, I suppose we can't have everything - but even so, this is  still a great deal as elsewhere it’s selling for between £25 and £35.

Happy Grooving!

TOPICS:   Toy Store   Educational Toys

1 comment

  • Luis
    This is awesome, I've noticed there are a few toys that switch from English to French but I haven't found any with Spanish, does anybody know of any toys for a 1 year old in English and Spanish?

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