Thursday, November 10, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide Day 10: Count and Chat Cell Phone





About Leap Frog:


LeapFrog is a leading designer, developer and marketer of innovative, technology-based educational products that make learning fun and engaging. With over 35 million educational platforms and almost 90 million interactive books and games in homes worldwide, the LeapFrog learning brand is trusted by parents, valued by teachers and loved by children around the world.




About Chat and Chat:


Fun learning in a smart little phone! Sing along to songs about counting and phone routines, explore more than 15 phone activities and call on Scout for learning fun as you trade calls and voicemails with your puppy pal.


Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning


Perfect for ages 8-36 months.


My Review:


Count and Chat from Leap Frog has been an awesome addition to the pretend play that occurs daily in my home. I love that this little phone allows children to pretend talking on the phone, while teaching them to count and different phrases they would here in a phone conversation. I also love that with 15+activities they will not only learning counting and numbers, but engage fine motor skills when pressing buttons and listening skills when hearing music and listening to directions from Scout! The Count and Chat Phone is used the most by the little ones in my family child care program (at 16 and 18 months old) and it is great to see them have so much fun. With a bright blue number pad, your child's interest will be peaked instantly. In my opinion, Leap Frog has done it again!


If you have a little one who loves grabbing your land line or cell phone, this is the perfect gift for the upcoming Christmas season!


BUY IT: You can purchase the Count and Chat Cell Phone at your favorite toy retailer from Leap Frog!


***I received a complimentary Count and Chat Cell Phone, courtesy of Harbinger Ideas and Leap Frog Canada, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

No comments:

Post a Comment