LeapFrog - Mesa de aprendizaje con números y sonidos (en inglés)
- Más de 100 canciones y actividades mantienen los bebés y los niños pequeños ocupados - de estar sentado, de pie y de crucero
- Siete estaciones de actividades repleto y dos modos de aprendizaje dan a los pequeños un montón de maneras de desarrollar el motor fundamental, cognitiva y habilidades sociales
- Los pequeños alumnos aprovechan el tambor en el centro de la mesa para ver que se enciende y aprender sobre colores, formas y causa y efecto
- La aventura Tabla de Aprendizaje Animal es apropiado para niños de 6 a 36 meses Las patas son desmontables para la conversión de sentado a de pie juego
- Los padres pueden conectarse a la ruta de aprendizaje LeapFrog en línea para las penetraciones y las ideas de aprendizaje personalizados para ampliar el aprendizaje
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 35,56 cm
Altura del paquete: 39,37 cm
Ancho: 40,13 cm
Ancho del paquete: 55,88 cm
Edad mínima: 0,5 Año(s)
Límite de edad: 3 Año(s)
Peso del paquete: 4,286 kg
Profundidad: 39,37 cm
Profundidad del paquete: 11,68 cm
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The big downside to it is that it isn't heavy enough so our child would frequently push it around the room or tip it when trying to lean on it.
So yes, I would buy this again but say off Craigslist, used. It would be worth every penny. But for new it wasn't worth the money in hindsight.
I do like that the legs and easily come off and it can sit on the floor for sitting baby or it can stand. On our wood floors my 4th baby pushed it around as a walker!!!! She loved it for that :).
Mirror inside hippos's mouth, book "opens" to turn one page back and forth, 3 key piano, a spin tube and lights that come on and off in center. That's your basic summary.
To comment on other common themes throughout the reviews:
-Yes, it is a short table and (right now) is the perfect height for my 7 month old who is in the 90th percentile in height. He's not yet standing on his own, but can sit or stand (with help) and play with the various "stations." As others have mentioned, I don't know that the activities would hold the attention of a child much older than 18 months (?) so the height seems to be somewhat reasonable for the appropriate age, despite the manufacturer recommendation for older children
-The toy does "interrupt" itself which can be annoying, but I found that this encouraged my son to see the cause and effect relationship between his movements and the change in sound. He did have a concept of cause and effect before playing with this toy, but I noticed that he would specifically find where moving toys would cause a change in sound (the hippo's mouth, book page, and musical note) and keep moving the part back and forth. While it annoys me, I don't think he'd see the correlation as easily if a song continued to the end before it registered his activities.
-The table is not especially sturdy and since my baby cannot yet stand on his own, I can't comment on his ability to use it while standing, but even on carpet I'm not sure how well I'd trust it to be used as a standing aid.
-The fact that the legs are removable is extremely helpful for babies who cannot yet stand. I don't typically leave them off, but if my baby is especially fussy and I just need a couple minutes to get something done, I have been known to take the legs off and let my son play with the table top on his own. (Desperate times...)
*There are two stations to this toy that are "baby powered" (a twisting knob that clicks and a tube filled with little balls that rolls in a circle) but with all the other interactive stations, my baby has shown little interest in them. The talking/singing hippo and the sliding musical note seem to be our favorites!