Our little ones love going on picnics, whether it is going to the park, Legoland or simply in our garden and this LeapFrog Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket encourages them to enjoy role play at home.
They lay out the little table cloth, have a plate each and share out the food. This encouraged them to learn what the food is, what shape it is and helps with their fine motor skills to place them in the correct shape within the plate.
The LeapFrog Shapes and Sharing Picnic Basket is so colourful and inviting that it keeps them entertained for a long time. Once they have finished their picnic then they can tidy up and it helps that the picnic basket sings to them, and they can sing along to the songs. We use this toy with their Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Say Please Tea Set and then they can pour a cup of tea as well.
This robust and fun Leapfrog Lettersaurus is a great toy really from six months plus. All little ones love pressing buttons and this toy really encourages that whilst encouraging their fine motor skills.
This toy started helping our son to learn his colours, we used to ask him to press different colours, but it also later on encourages them to sing and learn the alphabet. It is a sturdy little toy which can provide hours of fun.
Colourful, vibrant and detailed Noah’s Ark bookends were such a unique present. Our son still enjoys looking at them now whilst they hold his books up for him, even though they were a christening present.
The Wooden Noah’s Ark Bookends are well made and well thought out as they have got square rubber pads on the bottom to stop them slipping which is such a great idea.