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Mums Say has teamed up with Planet Fun to offer twelve members with children the chance to become Toy Testers!




LeapFrog products are suitable for all stages of your child's development. From counting, colour and alphabet recognition to music and creativity – with LeapFrog, learning begins with play!

The new LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics features an all star cast of twenty six singing letters that bring the alphabet to life! Based on the award-winning Fridge Phonics, the learning is now portable with this fun on-the-go console. Letter Factory Phonics teaches children letter names and sounds with fun and interactive learning.


    • Little learners place letter tiles in the “factory” to hear songs that teach the corresponding letter names and sounds.

    •  Recommended for children ages 2+ years.

 

Planet Fun has teamed up with Mums Say to offer 12 families the opportunity to be a LeapFrog Toy Tester. Toy Testers have been chosen - watch this space for their reviews.


If you are selected to trial we will send the product to your profile address so please ensure that this is up to date. For more information read here. You will be required to post your review on Mums Say if you are selected.

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joanne7 - 10:25 PM on Tue-11-Jun-2013 reply | message
We think we are good testers at home we wold love the chance to try toys out at home we love leapfrog toys as we are all ways looking for new things for the kids to play with thanks kids spot for the chance to test things out at home
nummabear - 11:18 AM on Tue-13-Nov-2012 reply | message
i brought this a few weeks back for my son for christmas,because you all gave good reviews on it, thanks guys :)
MumBum - 7:29 PM on Fri-14-Sep-2012 reply | message
Thanks for the great reviews... this is definitely going on the "to buy" list... :-)
jafaj - 9:28 PM on Wed-12-Sep-2012 reply | message
We are still happily playing with this toy after 3 weeks. My only downside is the lid does not secure fully. Apart from this toy is a hit with both 2 year old and 3 year old. Thanks for letting us try this out. Well done Leap Frog looking forward to starting Xmas shopping for your other great products :))
Kazzam - 1:19 PM on Mon-10-Sep-2012 reply | message
My 2.5 year old would be great to trial this product he loves to sing and dance and is just learning the alphabet so I know this product would be worthwhile and get a good trial from him.
shird - 7:15 PM on Sun-9-Sep-2012 reply | message
My little boy (nearly 4) would enjoy this immensely. he played with the original version at a friends place and it was difficult to get him to stop playing it as we had to attend an appointment!
annajames - 1:31 PM on Fri-7-Sep-2012 reply | message
We are loving this! Miss 30months can play with it and learn by herself while I am feeding the baby. The sound is very clear and she copies it well. Coming with batteries was fantastic! I love that the vowels are a different color, that will definitely be the next step from phonics.
I really appreciate that the ABC song is slower and the L M N O P exaggerated rather then running them altogether.
The only thing I would change slightly would be that she plays with the removable lid on her knee whereas it might be better if it sat on the container, but because there are no grooves to make it a little stiff the lid gets removed everytime you pull a on a letter. Overall a big thumbs up on this toy - will continue to rave about it to everyone!
amber - 8:45 AM on Thu-6-Sep-2012 reply | message
We are still enjoying using this toy. Thanks. Our nearly 2yr old enjoys listening to the songs and loves tipping out the letters. The 4yr old is enjoying the ABC song and and loves repeating the letter names and sounds. Our special needs child has learnt some of the letter names and sounds which is really great. This is the best product that I have come across that teaches both the letter name and sound together. I have also successfully used it to teach another child his vowels. (They are all red) I am truely impressed with this toy. You can use it anywhere and you don't have to have a computer with you. I am recommending it to many parents .Thanks again for this wonderful teaching toy.
nessee - 3:00 PM on Mon-3-Sep-2012 reply | message
THANKS sooooo much Planet Fun and Leap Frog.... our Alphabet Factory Phonics arrived and we were soooo excited we opened straight away. It was nice surprise that it came so fast and that it had batteries already in it, that was a HUGE bonus to us. I counted out the letters and noticed that we had 2x letter Z and no letter R so we contacted Julie and she then contacted Planet Fun who really stepped up to the mark and replaced it super fast :) we love playing the ABC song over and over, and pushing letters into the factory to hear the sounds. So easy to learn new sounds and letters as my toddler is slowly getting there and needs lots of encouragement and guidance. The sounds are very clear and easy for little ones to understand, however I think if there was a small lock or clip where you could lock the factory pad onto the container so all the letters dont come spilling out would be a huge plus. As they can easy get tipped over and make a bit of a mess and easy lose letters. The only other thing I would have of liked if the container wasnt so hard and noisy as they letters can create a loud, sharp grinding noise... that is very small critique we have. Other wise this Leap Frog Development Toy is AWESOME and we will defiantly be buying more of Leap Frog and have done with our younger daughter. Learning should be FUN FUN FUN and we find that Leap Frog comes through every time for young learning.... Keep up the great work Leap Frog you guys ROCK for early child development.... :) :)
jafaj - 8:12 PM on Fri-31-Aug-2012 reply | message
It was a pleasent surprise to recieve this toy. My 3 year old daughter loves it and she enjoys showing her just turned 2 year old how to use it. It is amazing to watch your children develop thier letters and alphabet before your very eyes. As mentioned by another reviewer the lid not fitting tight causes us the same issue of been tipped everywhere. I like also that the letters sound clear and easier to hear than other toys we have tried. Will write more once used for a few more days. :))
Kerrynmum - 3:07 PM on Fri-31-Aug-2012 reply | message
The children are still loving playing with it, and my daughter (2y9m) is getting the hang of using it by herself as well as enjoying me playing with her. The main problem we have is because the lid doesn't attach at all - just sits inside the bucket - which means her younger brother is having great fun tipping all the letters everywhere!
gonzze - 12:21 PM on Thu-30-Aug-2012 reply | message
This is a great toy for all ages i have 5 children and even my 11 and 13 year old liked it as they even sang the alphabet along with miss 2 and 4 and 8 so having the older ones helping the younger ones they had more fun. I like that the sounds of the letters are very clear and are easy to under stand. miss 4 and 2 like to take it in the car so as we drive they say the the alphabet and the sounds.its great that you can take it any wear you go and having the case with a handle is good as its easy to hold and all the pieces do not fall out and its great for keeping it all together. . Thanks for letting us review this
amber - 9:02 PM on Wed-29-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow, This is a great toy. I am so impressed with it .I am delighted at the way that it tells you BOTH the name AND the sound of each letter giving you the name and then the sound. Other systems that I have tried don't have both . I have been teaching for years and have never found a "toy" as good as this for teaching the letter sounds and letter names. I also like the fact that the vowels are all the same colour (red). I thought that the pronunciation was very clear as well. It is very user friendly.I will write a further review after we use it some more. I am looking forward to seeing the progress that I am predicting our 8yr old special needs child will make . using this.Thanks again for giving us this toy to reveiw.
tammy - 6:52 PM on Tue-28-Aug-2012 reply | message
Leapfrog's Factory Phonics set arrived a few days ago and my daughter of two years old hasn't stopped carrying around her bucket of letters! From the moment we opened the box she has been engrossed with fitting each one into the slot and listening to the sound it makes. At first I thought she would get bored of this, but the combination of the different colours of the letters, the challenge of fitting each letter into the 'factory, and the little songs that play have kept her thoroughly entertained!! (So many different things to learn!). I was impressed by the durability of the toy - Jessie had two friends around to play and they were all giving it a go - some of the children stepped on the letters, but none broke. It is really good quality and will last the next baby too! I liked the fact that the console part could be taken off the bucket so that it can carried separately (we actually took only three letters with us along with the console for a couple of car trips and I didn't hear a squeak from her in the back as she concentrated on her new toy.) It is lightweight and definitely a great option for travel. We'll be taking it along on our next trip to SA as its just the perfect size to pop into a bag and will keep Jessie happily entertained on the stop-overs. She seems so pleased with herself as she learns each letter and she has chosen a couple of favourites too. I like the fact that she feels she is accomplishing something with this toy. I do have to keep an eye on the letter pieces though so that we don't lose any. It is wonderful to have a toy that sings songs that don't drive one crazy. The voice and pronunciation on the Leapfrog Factory Phonics is really pleasant and clear - and not too loud! After 15 mins with her new toy, Jessie started copying the sounds and today she actually remembered a number of them so I was REALLY impressed. Its such a fun way for children to learn the letters of the alphabet and I'm absolutely thrilled to have found such a great educational toy. I'll certainly be buying more Leapfrog learning products (especially as I'm suffering with really bad morning sickness and its just fantastic to have my little one happily entertained on her own). Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to trial Leapfrog's Factory Phonics - I would certainly recommend this product to other moms!!!!
maxsmum - 1:07 PM on Tue-28-Aug-2012 reply | message
What an incredible toy! My two year old LOVES his phonics set and has been taking it everywhere to show all his friends.
We opened the box and right away he worked out how to change the letters and what buttons to push by the time daddy got home that evening he was singing “ABCD” We have had the Leapfrog Phonics set for 5 days now, my son can now remember through to H without any prompting. to say I am impressed is an understatement! I have always loved Leapfrog toys but this phonics set takes it up to another level. Thank you so much Kidspot for the opportunity to trial this toy, this one is getting a 10 out of 10 from me!
Kim1 - 11:45 AM on Tue-28-Aug-2012 reply | message
We've had a few days of playing and I'm not sure whos enjoying it more, my 2 yr old or my 5 yr old. Jared (5) loves practicing what he is learning at school and showing Caleb (2) the sounds and letters. Caleb is enjoying putting the letters into the slot and singing ABC. He does it over, and over, and over, and over and .... You get my point, I'm sure.

For me, I love that it is not too loud and they can play with it, quietly, in the corner. Though with 2 boys it doesn't stay quiet for long. Its going to be a well used toy in our house.

In my opinion this is a brilliant learning tool, and while Caleb is enjoying it, I think he is a little bit young to appreciate the toy completely. I would recommend it for 3 yrs and up to get the full benefit, but for the price ($19.95 approx) it is a fantastic gift for any child!
TanesMummy - 6:36 PM on Mon-27-Aug-2012 reply | message
Our one arrived today! Thank you so much! It arrived on the perfect day! I'm sick as a dog and it has kept my son occupied all day! I couldn't get it out of the box fast enough for him. He loves the ABC song, he's almost figured out which way around the tiles go but loves listening to the sounds of the letters and is starting to mimic the sounds already. I love the way the ABC song is a bit slower and clearer, usually they sing so quickly! It looks like he's going to learn a lot from this toy! I think we'll have the alphabet covered in no time!
Kerrynmum - 1:44 PM on Mon-27-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter was very excited to receive this in the mail. She is 2 years 9 months, and both her and her 1yr 9month old brother have enjoyed pushing the buttons on it. I'm not overly keen on listening to them pushing the same buttons over and over! But in saying that I can appreciate how clearly the song and the letters sound for the children (especially being an ex early childhood teacher) My daughter is really into her alphabet, but sometimes runs the letters together in the alphabet song, so listening to this should make it clearer!
lmiln003 - 6:41 PM on Sun-26-Aug-2012 reply | message
So excited to have been picked to review this!
I have to say my first thought when the courier delivered it was "man I hope this isn't one of those over the top high pitched loud toys" - My daughter was straight into pushing the A and listening to what was happening. She is 2yrs 7mths and had just started walking about the house singing A B C, A B C, A B C.
Since it arrived on Friday morning she has been playing with it, investigating how it works, what the letters are etc. Within a few minutes of using it she was repeating the letter names which amazed me! She has since settled on W as a favourite letter :)
I also have 8 year old twin boys and they have loved sitting down with her teaching her letters - and have even played a few times by themselves! One of my boys has had ear issues which have impacted on his speech and hearing - I wish I had of had one of these when he was having the major issues and some intense therapy to help him. I am hoping that the LeapFrog letter Factory Phonics will help him with the last few letters that he is having issues with - and with him being so eager to help teach his little sister I think this will happen without him even knows :)
Overall this has been a fantastic toy to review, and I can't wait to keep using it with my daughter as she grows and learns.
I also showed the letter factory phonics to my Mum who is a teacher, she loves it as well her only comment was that because it is produced in America, the speech has an American "accent" which means the sounds the A makes is slightly different to how it is pronounced in NZ.
Looks to me like another fantastic "toy" from LeapFrog
MAMANANNA - 7:01 PM on Sat-25-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh wow can only say what a pleasure it is to review this .Miss two who tries to sing the alphabet but stumbles on a few letters has had the best time with this.It is easy to use and the child easily pick up the letter sounds by the sounding and singing.Already she has repeated correctly a couple of letters.Older sister has had fun helping her and singing along.Can see it been a fun way to learn sounding of each letter and something they can play alone or with a adult .When something is interesting and fun its easier to learn.Like the fact it packs away safely also and can be taken with you on hoilday for example or to nannas.
ajpickering - 2:52 PM on Fri-24-Aug-2012 reply | message
My boy is 3 in a couple of weeks and has a speech delay which is coming ahead with speech therapy. He is an intellegent boy and is just doing things in his own time. He likes to sit back and observe things being done before having a try. This Leapfrog letter factory phonics would allow him to use it without disruption while helping him recognise sounds.
LIVINGLIFE - 7:26 PM on Thu-23-Aug-2012 reply | message
wow, lucky children who get to trial this, unfortuanately my son is too young so enjoy who gets to try this:)
poffsa - 7:22 PM on Thu-23-Aug-2012 reply | message
Would love for Maggie to be a LeapFrog Toy Tester.
tammy - 6:16 PM on Thu-23-Aug-2012 reply | message
Thanks Kidspot and Planet Fun! I'm really looking forward to introducing Jessie to Leapfrog's Letter Factory Phonics and to reviewing such an interesting product!
Rose3 - 11:51 AM on Thu-23-Aug-2012 reply | message
These look great! would love trial these,I love the way we can teach our children with fun things,I used to love the sesame st series with the pen to make sounds.
radioguru - 12:47 PM on Tue-21-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oooh! I would love to win one of these! I have 3 daughters, aged 8, 3 and 9 months. When my oldest was little, she had a set of LeapFrog magnetic letters which we kept on the fridge. She LOVED them. Now my 3 year old is getting interested in books and letters, and I think she'd benefit from this. :o)
maricris - 9:43 AM on Tue-21-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 4 year old and a 6 year old. My 4 year old knows the alphabet song but still get's confused when asked which letter is which. He has also undergone speech therapy. He had some problems sounding some letters. His speech is developing but still need constant reminder of how some letter sounds (eg f, s, t, g) I think he will benefit well if we get to try the letter factory, it sounds fun and exciting which is what he really needs so he doesn't get bored. It might help me get him on track before he starts school.
travelbugnz - 6:17 PM on Mon-20-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 21 month old who is well into the inqusitive stage and whom I am trying to teach French (plus good intentions with spanish) anything I could use for letters shapes and colours would be fantastic. I also have a little one due very very shortly and as this says from all ages it would be fantastis to use this with them together as a learning, sharing and fun tool.
nummabear - 2:34 PM on Mon-20-Aug-2012 reply | message
when do the 12 families get chosen for this? i registered ages ago and im excited to see if we get chosen to trial lol....i think im a kidspot trial junkie :/ haha
rachaelsfun - 11:27 AM on Mon-20-Aug-2012 reply | message
wow would be nice to trial this .. my sister would love this for her boys
one is prob a lil older at 9 yrs
but she has a almost 15 months thats just starting to learn colopurs shapes and letters :) so would be perfect for him
and i look after a few lil ones from 2-7 as well so would be well used :)
aliciamcdonald - 11:15 AM on Mon-20-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Children and 6 and 4 My son that is 3.5 would be a fantastic toy tester for these, he has trouble pronouncing words properly and my daughter who is 6 has been having speech therapy at school, so these would be fantastic to help encourage him to pronounce things and see if they benefit him so he is better prepared for school
tarns677 - 6:49 AM on Sun-19-Aug-2012 reply | message
My kids aged 13, boy, 6, girl and twins 4, boy and girl would make great toy testers because of the time they play with toys and love trying new products that come out on the market. Being diffrent ages gives different opinons which is neat and seeing different ways they play and treat toys.
MumBum - 1:51 PM on Sat-18-Aug-2012 reply | message
SaiahP is 2 years old and already tries to sing the alphabet song as I guess lots of toddlers do... he is a bit slower than our big boy to start talking and for the most part he speaks his own language.<br>Lately though he is trying to form words more and more and is starting to sing along and uses some of the correct words. I think this would be a great tool and a fun way for him to learn his alphabet!<br> Even if we are not chosen, I'd be keen to read the reviews as it sounds like a great Xmas gift for him too!
weefish - 12:34 PM on Sat-18-Aug-2012 reply | message
We love the leapfrog range. I look out for their new products & have bought a number of items not available in NZ. My nearly 3 yr old daughter enjoys them & is currently becoming more familiar with the alphabet so this would be a great fun way for her to learn more :)
Peedee88 - 11:31 PM on Fri-17-Aug-2012 reply | message
My niece and nephew are 2.5 and could not be more different! Miss 2 is really into learning and Mr 2...not so much. Mr 2 would rather push cars around etc then problem solve as he gets easily frustrated. So it would be interesting to see if something like this can capture his attention and provide enough stimulation for him to actually give it a go and see that he is capable! Miss 2 is very articulate and can easily communicate if she does/doesn't like something and why...so both would be fantastic testers for different reasons, and you get two for the price of one!
MaryMc - 5:38 PM on Fri-17-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks very interesting and is something I would love to review with my Grandchild who is 2 years and 5 months.
nixnkidz - 2:26 PM on Fri-17-Aug-2012 reply | message
This would get an awesome trial in my house! My 4 year old would love this as she is really into trying to learn her letters at the moment but aswell as my own 4 kids I have 2 other littlies that I look after full time and I think the almost 2 year old in particular would love this too. Thius looks like a great fun way to get the kids playing with an educational toy!
mummy2nz - 10:16 PM on Thu-16-Aug-2012 reply | message
my 4 year old and 1 year old spend alot of time playing with toys but my 4 year old is very picky when dose come to toys he will tell you when he dose not like and why...with my 1 year old these will help him learn a little bit more
SteviRay - 1:27 PM on Thu-16-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3yo son is asking to learn to read, and he is doing great with remembering the words on the page, but he is still not confident enough with his alphabet to be reading yet, every little bit helps and these would be a great addition to his learning tools.
BubbeezMum - 3:02 PM on Wed-15-Aug-2012 reply | message
Our Little Miss is almost 3 years old and we are always looking for ways to encourage her learning through play, hence why we have so many leap frog products. We love the brand and what they offer children. I have not heard of this one yet until it was on Kidspot. Miss almost 3 would love to be a toy tester because she is showing such an interest in both letters and numbers at the moment and we are trying to foster that as much as we can and in as many ways as we can. Plus it would be nice for her to have something for her , as her brand new baby has just arrived and you know how it is baby arrives and everyone comes to see bubs with presents. She is very good and seems to be very accepting of this but I think she would really benefit with a toy to keep her distracted, and what better way then being a toy tester for the letter factory phonics. I really really hope little Miss gets picked but if not I am looking forward to the responses. Thanks Kidspot for a great opportunity to be a reviewer fantastic product as always.
Moocow - 1:27 PM on Wed-15-Aug-2012 reply | message
Our two year old would love this, she has just started to learn the ABC song and is always singing it!! This would help her learn all the letters and have fun at the same time.
funder - 11:46 AM on Tue-14-Aug-2012 reply | message
I'd love to watch my litte girl figuring this one out, anything educational like this would be a great headstart and might encourage her to let all the vocab she is storing up - out!
SandraG - 9:34 PM on Mon-13-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 3 1/2 and is learning the sounds and names of letters. She loves music and it would be great to have an activity that she can do on her own that incorporates music and learning.
Shadz - 8:11 PM on Sun-12-Aug-2012 reply | message
My little man turned 2 in June and he is already wanting to play on his sisters toys so I know he'd love to try this.
I honestly don't think you can ever start too early with learning and LeapFrog is a name you can trust
ekubo - 8:00 PM on Sun-12-Aug-2012 reply | message
my youngest son has not long turned four. He's starting to identify some of the letters and words in the books we read so is at just the right stage for this kind of learning. I think he's make a superb tester for you as he's a very articulate little boy. He'd be able to provide a comprehensible (and probably funny) child's voice about the product. I imagine his big brothers would want a go, and have something to say about it too.
cathw - 2:49 PM on Sun-12-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old is like a sponge learning as much as she can currently. She is particularly interested in letters and spelling all our names. Practice is definitely the key plus keeping it fun so this would be FANTASTIC for her. Please pick us!
rj - 4:57 PM on Fri-10-Aug-2012 reply | message
Miss 2 and Miss 4 would love a go at these!
mznaynay - 2:16 PM on Fri-10-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son would love to be a toy tester as hes always looking for toys that seem to excite him especiali with colours and educational teaching
druryl - 1:26 PM on Fri-10-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old would be a great toy tester - she loves trying new things and tells me which toys she likes and doesn't like. This toy would be especially beneficial to her as she is starting to learn the alphabet but can't get past a b c, I'd love to help her learn the rest of the letters.
emmam21 - 9:01 AM on Fri-10-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would absolutely LOVE to test this toy, my 2.5 year old son is just starting to try and learn the alphabet and the fact that the LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics are singing letters it perfect for him - he adores singing and we often make up songs to get him to learn things.

Also my 15 month old daughter is into everything my son is doing and no doubt introducing her to this would be really beneficial to get her to start learning early on!

We love LeapFrog toys and would love to have the chance to test this one!
My3BoysandMe - 7:49 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have 3 boys aged 6, 4 and 8 months. I think my 4 year old would benefit alot from the LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics. He will be at school in a years time and it would be a great pre-school learning experience for him as he tends to get bored with the toys we have at home as none of them are as educational as this. He is a real hands-on learner and I think he would learn from this better than from one dimensional, uninteractive books and games.
tyke2004 - 5:12 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
Would love to give this a try with my 3 year old, he has trouble getting the sounds right for some letters.
Rosslie - 1:22 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks like a fantastic product, my 2 year old has just started to be interested in letters and i have started pointing out what we see in the world around her. She is at an age where she is starting to be able to stay focused on short co-operative games and am looking to see if this product is good for this. We have many other little ones visiting us and I would like to be able to share an educational co-operative game which encourages a range of both social and educational skills. Thanks for the opportuntiy to participate.
1717smum - 12:29 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 20 months and loves her alphabet books and saying her vowels. It would be perfect to be able to have something that we can take with us as carting around books is a bit of a pain. It would also be awesome to share with my coffee group as there are kids of different ages there and they would all enjoy playing with this.
amyr - 12:22 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son has just turned 4 and has just started to want to learn about letter like his big sister! This sounds like a great tool that would encourage him to enjoy learning in a fun way. Also I like how you can hear the letters and well as see them, my son is very much an audio rather than a visual kid so would suit perfectly!
nadia - 12:16 PM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi :) My daughter is 2 months off from turning 4. she is so keen to learn she always trying to read things and writes her own name. Ive been looking for something that will help her with her alphabet and reading and writing. this would be perfect! I am vision impaired so having something audible that can use with her would be fantastic for aiding me to teach her as well!
buzzybee98 - 11:55 AM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is only 21 months old, but laready identifies different letters and is really into anything involving numbers, so think seh would be ready to try this. It sounds fantastic, and I'd love to give it a go with her.
julzth - 11:49 AM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
My little girl really enjoys using my laptop to play ABC games on the internet but I always worry that since I use my laptop for my business she'll delete or change something important by accident. I would love to be able to give her a new educational toy to play with rather than my laptop but can't afford things like that right now on only 1 income.
nsohail - 7:25 AM on Thu-9-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daugther is 4 years old and loves her leap pad tablet.. I am sure she will love this toy as well. We are getting her ready for school and knows the sounds of many letters..
Mamabear - 11:23 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is a little over 3.5 years and very interested in books at the moment. She pretends to "read" them making up her own story. She recognizes most upper case letters but has trouble with lower case ones! She loves music and enjoys repetition. If this set has lower case letters, I know she'd be very interested to learn to identify them and so we'd love to try them out for you.
buzzycat - 9:32 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My little girl has just turned 3, she loves to try and read anything, she wants to know what all the letter and numbers are and what they spell, she is starting to recognise some letters, she loves to learn all the time, She will love to try the LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics.
CaseysMum - 7:28 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter Zoey turned 4 in June and really keen to learn at the moment. I haven't managed to find anything yet to help teach her her letter and sounds - She can recognise her numbers so letters are definitely the next big thing that she needs to accomplish. These look like a fun way to do so and I'm sure Zoey will make a great toy tester
maximoo - 6:32 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Mr 3 would love this. He loves learning and this would make letters and words fun! The phonics part particularly, as some letters he can recognize easily (the whole 3 in his name) but the rest he's unsure of and as to what sounds the make. This would really help connecting the sound each letter makes at the same time being able to sight that letter. Also something he could sit happily and do on his own or with mum or dad
ajpickering - 5:12 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Mr Boy is 3 next month and I think that this would work well for him to learn his letters only with his speech therapy sessions.
Angie2 - 4:56 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My oldest is almost 9 now and had the plain letters that are still on the fridge and gets played with regularly! And even though im sure my youngest would get plenty of use out of them im sure she would love the leap frog letters:) Nothing better than a head start in life
Kylie77 - 4:34 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son Jaxon is nearly 3 and has just started to show a real interest in the alphabet song, words, letters, books and colours - He is forever asking "What is this letter?" "Whats this word?" etc etc - My son loves to learn and I think he would really love to test this product for Planet Fun / Leap Frog - And as a Mum I love Leap Frog toys I love that they are educational and fun - We are starting to get quite a collection now :-)
Mumzy23 - 4:33 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
We would LOVE to trail this i have 2 Boys Lincon(2yrs) and Cefiro(4yrs) we are preparing for cef to go to school in Jan 2013 he has just mastered how to write his name and i would love for him to be able to write other words and be confident saying his alphabet and counting :)
Shelz69 - 4:17 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My child James is 4 and this would be perfect for him to get him prepared for School. He could use this for both learning the alphabet and numbers. I feel this would be a great head start.
GinaG - 3:52 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would love to trial this with my two children Gabby aged 4 and Mason aged 2.5. As a teacher I know the value in teaching children phonics from a young age, to aid their literacy knoweldge. We would love to give it a go!
juliemarie - 3:29 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
We love leap frog and would love to try this product at home :)
Kim1 - 3:27 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Caleb would really benefit from a toy like this. At age 2 he can sing the alphabet, and this would help him to build on what he already knows.
saranorman88 - 3:16 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My kids would love to trial this pretty please, they are both at an age now where they are constantly learning and aways looking for more. Thanks for this opportunity.
holezm - 2:34 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Lil Girl turns 3 soon & has had her Leapfrog Basic Letters on the Fridge since she started crawling.She would sit there putting them in the base and would mimic the sounds.. we moved and the removalist lost some of her toys including this! It would be fantastic to try it and see if she still remembers her letters!!
Toristar - 2:22 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks awesome! I've got two boys, one is almost 2 1/2 and he LOVES learning. He knows the alphabet pretty much, can count to 20, can also count to 5 in Maori and spanish (thanks Dora!). He is really ready for new challenges. And plus if he gets to try this, then hopefully his baby brother who is 5 months can have it when he's finished!
ECAW - 2:21 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oooh yes please! This would be awesome for my wee 3yr old who just loves to learn!!
AHunter - 2:20 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My four year old son has a great imagination, he will always try and find 'different' ways to play with toys and never tires of them eg a toy car instantly becomes a jet fighter or a ufo. My two year old daughter is now learning how to count and singing the alphabet, she learns a lot from television but is now wanting to be 'hands on' with play time. eg grabbing coloured blocks and tellling me their shape and colour. They would both learn a lot from the Leapfrog Letter Factory Phonics.
hcsmum - 2:20 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Would love to test this product my daughter (2) is really starting to get into her letters and their sounds, but is led by my 5 year old son who could also benefit from this as no matter how we sound the letters out to him he can't seem to grasp the concept, this looks fun and exciting and exactly what they both need!
gemm73 - 2:18 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow, this would be fantastic for my son who has just turned 3, and is just starting to get interested in things like this - he would absolutely love it and I like the fact that he would be learning at the same time - fun and learning go hand in hand! :-)
mdavies - 2:15 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
this looks like an awesome product! I love the idea of the fridge phonics but don't like the kids playing in the kitchen especially since our fridge is right next to our oven :-( This portable version would be great to have. My 4 year old is so interested in letters and their sounds at the moment and this product would help ready him for school. His 8 year old brother could help him. I like the idea that he can play with it anywhere even take it on holiday :-)
Kimmyjade - 2:07 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son would be perfect for this as he is just starting to understand the concept of letters and numbers and has just started counting to three. He also knows what he likes and will give his honest opinion. He will be assisted with this job by his big brother who is six who is trying to teach his brother how to count and his 12 year old sister who loves to read and sing with him. As a preschool teacher I think I could find heaps of ways to interact with my son using this toy so please pick us. Also I always review a product after I try it :)
RubyGloom - 1:50 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks great! No lost letters :) My 25 month old would love it. Pick us ;)
He loves learning and just starting to learn how to spell words, phonics would be very helpful for him.
Bermabot - 1:49 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have recently resigned to become a stay at home self employed mom. I have 3 kids ages 7, 6 and 2. My little boy turned 2 in June, and loves things with sounds. He is crazy about the phonics/words app on my ipad, as well as the fridge magnets in the kitchen. He also loves the little Einstein and have memorized their 'song' - I think this family would be awesome at 'testing' the Letter Factory Phonics, as Jean Pierre and I engage in music-learning quite a bit. I'm pretty sure his older sisters will help 'test' and be keen to spend time 'teaching' their little brother. (on top of it, they are quite opinionated - and would be able to give honest and 'reliable' reviews with no bias despite having their own leap pads :P) :)
Edna - 1:42 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2 year old daughter is starting to learn the alphabets so this would be a perfect toy to complement her learning! I would love to help her learn to write her name.
shaz - 1:42 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2 and 3/4 yr old would love to try this..she's just becoming interested in letters and words since her big brother started school. Anything to nurture an interest in learning I say...her little 1yr old brother would probably like a go as well!! : )))
Mumto3boys1girl - 1:34 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old would LOVE to try these out. He is just at the stage of wanting to learn his letters and numbers. He is constantly asking me what letter it is and trying to write his name. Perfect age for this toy!
puppy - 1:34 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son, aged almost 2, LOVES looking a letters. He is more excited by the titles at the end of the TV programme than the programme itself. He enjoys seeing how words are made up and points to his own name whenever he sees it.
He would be a great tester of the durability of the product as everything still goes in the mouth or bashed together.
werahiko - 1:33 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would love this for my son.. In my husbands family the child have a health issue which means they don't speak till a lot older.. my husband was 5 before he could speak.. we have worked really hard with our son and got him to start speaking at about 2 1/2 and he is now 3 1/2 and has just started to really get into learning, he wants to learn songs, letters and his name etc.. cos all the other kids at kindy can do this. We have the fridge phonics for our 15 months old and she loves it and doesn't let her brother even have a chance with it, she walks around the house dancing to it and I think it's really helping with her speech.. so it would be amazing for them to both have something to help them
missymoo - 1:33 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
i have a 4 1/2 yr old son and 3yr old daughter and im currently focusing on letters with my son to prepare him for school. we would love to try this out!
kandis - 1:28 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son would so love to be able to try these- he is so iterested in colours and shapes and we cant go anywhere without him asking what the shape and colours are- he would love to be able to test this so that it is something that we can do together at home- plus he will be able to continue to learn from it- please!!! my son is 2
rollsr - 1:23 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
my little monkey Olivia would be a fantastic one to test this product... She is very bright and does know her alphabet so it would be great to take it to the next level with her. I have recently had a 2nd child and am finding it hard to make enough time to meet Olivia's needs with learning, so a tool like this would be amazing..
missmoo - 1:18 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
this would be fantastic for my little miss 2yr and it would also help my 5 and 6yr old with learning the alphabet and homework. it could also help my kids teach each other with learning
annajames - 1:17 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would do anything to be part of this trial! My 2 1/2 year old is very bright and while she knows the alphabet we are working daily on her phonetics and she is attempting to write and learn the order of the letters in her own name. Encouraging her and keeping her learning fun is always the highest priority! New toys always go down a treat, one that stimulates her mind is a very important bonus!
carla24 - 1:14 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Master 2.7 would love this, and it would be great for him to use with his older sister, and give her some confidence in her reading and numbers ability, as she has been struggling a bit with this at school recently. So I am always looking for ways to increase her successes, and what better way than teaching her younger brother with a fun toy!
kahlansmum - 1:01 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
This would be perfect for my 4 yr old at the moment. She is practicing very hard at learning what letters and numbers are by reading them and hearing them, and this would be a fantastic toy/tool for her to help with some self-learning in conjunction with asking me what everything is :)
lilblondee6 - 12:58 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 5 year old would love to trial these, we have a friend who has the fridge phonics and she says they are great for her daughter who is at school who is learning to read and sometimes has trouble with the sounding out of certain letters. All she does is place the letter in the 'factory' and she can sound out the letter shes having trouble with. My daughter has had a go at them a few times, so has my 15month old, he really likes them but has a little trouble sounding the letters.
storm213 - 12:45 PM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
hi i have 5 kiddies ages 1, 2 ,5 8 and 9 im sure they would all love a go with this learning all new things will help with my 5 year old with spelling and they could teach each other with mums help :) looks like a fantastic toy
Amanda30 - 11:46 AM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old son is trying to keep up with his 5 year old twin brothers and this would be a great toy to help him develop his skills while his brother's are at school. I am sure they would love to have a go with it too and test it out! Boys love 'doing' things to help with their learning like using magnet letters on the fridge etc so this would be a great toy.
lotsoffun - 9:55 AM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi. I have a 2 yr old daughter who is at the development stage where this product would really help increase her knowledge and vocab, and I also have a 5 yr old son who is on the autism spectrum. He is transitioning into school so this product would benefit him also (having music and an uncomplicated design looks great).
aucklandjules - 8:39 AM on Wed-8-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old daughter would make a great toy tester because she loves playing with new toys and if I asked her a question about the product she would tell me honestly what she liked or disliked about it. She is very inquisitive and loves to talk. My daughter loves to play and loves music so she would love the leapfrog toy to test. What a great way to learn sounds and letters in a fun way, that looks like would keep their interest.
manea16 - 9:24 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 16 month old boy is a great toy tester. He's keen to give anything a go especially things with sounds etc he would have a great time playing with this!
kiwiam - 9:08 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
my son is only 7months old but I believe by using this resource it will help my child to develop the essential sounds needed for speech and would be an advantage. I love all educational toys as an early childhood teacher I have seen how using phonics with children can help them develop the correct sounds, write and even spell. Where can I get these from??
BabyG2010 - 7:46 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
my 19 month old would be a fabulous toy tester she is so quick at picking things up and these sorts of toys would just continue to improve her learning and knowledge
motheroffour - 6:45 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
would love love love to trial this with my 3yr old!! I am finding it hard to teach him the alphabet think this would help immensely!!!!
norelle - 3:38 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
Im a single mum of 2 children both girls aged 5 and 6 years old. I've had trouble teaching my youngest daughter how to identify and to write her ABC's since she was 3 years old, she attended Kohanga for about 3 years where Maori language is only spoken. The kohanga she attended did not focus on ABC's and 123's instead it was Nature, Seasons, the environment etc. However at home I'd try to teach her the ABC's and 123's through learning books, writing books, posters, reading books, repetition, songs etc, and after all theses years I received her first school report which said she knew how to say the letters in order for instance the alphabet song but had trouble identifying letters and their sounds aswell as identifying numbers and what number came before and after. This product will hopefully be very helpful towards my daughters learning goals which is too reach the green zone 4th zone of the learning rocket before she goes into Year 2 at the moment she is at the tip of the pink zone 1st zone going into the 2nd zone... Would really appreciate the help from your amazing learning inventions.
corinandali - 3:32 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 4 year old would love to learn to read so he can read to his little sister (like his big sisters do). This would help him in reaching this goal. His goal after that is to learn to drive a car.
Sears - 1:43 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi, we have three children in the house and my daughter is the youngest at 4 yrs old. Being the third child she is quite out spoken and opinionated about all sorts of things including toys. She can speak really well and would be sure to give her honest opinion. She has a keen interest in spelling letters and numbers and I am very keen on educational toys in the household.
cove - 1:28 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
This would be great for us to trial. i have two children that would love this, aged 2 1/2 (boy)and 3 3/4.(girl) They love learning and love singing and would definately make great use of this if we were picked.
NicoleAndDDStacey - 1:15 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
i have a 3.5 year old :) she would love this!
Kerrynmum - 12:51 PM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 2 1/2 year old girl, who loves music and singing. She is very interested in letters now that she knows her name starts with C!
kymie83 - 11:07 AM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son is 3 yrs, He loves counting already and loves playing games that involves colours or counting etc, this would be awesome as he needs a little help with the sounding of letters as he isnt really interested in the alphabet and through music would be great. We have always been a fan of leap frog and already have the leap pad for my daughter which is great, my son has scout which he loves and he also for xmas got the my own leaptop. Leap frog are an awesome range and we would be lucky to test it.
blynda - 10:47 AM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 17 month old girl would love to be a tester and is always interesting in anything musical and blocks and anything that needs interaction. she would get a great deal of fun out of it especially when her 9 year old brother plays with her and her toys
Sparky - 10:21 AM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My two year old would be a great toy tester as he is in to most things. If he doesn't like something there has to be a reason. Lets give it a go and see whether it does what it is suppose to do and whether he likes it. Thank you
rockchick - 9:46 AM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Daughter is 4 years old , she is an only child and has a good respect for toys. She likes trying all different sorts of play and has a great imagination. I think she would make a great toy tester for this product as she loves anything musical and is right into her Alphabet at the moment.
ZoeA - 4:53 AM on Tue-7-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son Lachlan is only 14 days old however even from this young age they are sponges for information and it is fascinating watching his reactions to various stimulants including his favorite pastime on his playmat. From now into the future he would proudly be your toy tester 😊
Kalhariw - 11:38 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 1/2 year old son is an active and curious little boy who loves to learn. If he is doing an activity that allows him to learn new things he will entertain himself for ages! Otherwise he's like a little whirlwind in the house. We'd love to give him the opportunity to test this Letter Factory Phonics as he is starting to try and sound out words. I know he'd love this toy.
silverstarz - 10:51 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My twin 3 year old boys would love this! They are learning their letters at the moment and I am sure these would be a great help. They really enjoy playing with their other LeapFrog toys
widget - 10:45 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my grandson is behind in his language skills so these might help
dolphingirl - 10:35 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
would love to be a toy tester as my boys are always interested with new things to play with.they enjoy learning new things.
JacqIAm - 10:04 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a near 3 year old & a 6 year old. Master 3 is behind on is vocab skills and he is being placed on the national speech therapy list thing. Master 6 is a very opinionated clear cut wee man who understands his brother very well, he struggles slightly with his reading and I've noticed that he gets stuck on some letters and their sounds.

Even if an adults believes it could help a kid, my master 6 will be honest if he actually likes it
shazz17 - 9:56 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my son Riley is 3 years old and is very curious, he enjoys checking out new things and is such a busy wee boy im always trying to find things to entertain him
mary110370 - 9:54 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My kids would love to trial this and believe me this toy would get a great workout in my household by kids of all ages. I am a day carer and a foster parent as well as having my own kids and at the moment have children ages 18months, 2 1/2, 3 and 4 in my care daily who are all keen to learn and are like sponges ready to soak up the information.
SarahK - 9:53 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter will be 5 on wednesday, and she would love to trial this toy! She is learning letters and this could be great to help her out in her first few weeks of school.
I also do homebased care and im sure the 3 and 2 year old boys I look after would love to trial this product too! :)
IceKiwi - 9:53 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
What a great trial, I have four children 4,5,6,7yr old. My 4&5 yr old are right into letters they love writing them and i try to use a mix of crayon, whiteboard,chalk etc to help them expand on this in their play. I have noticed though that my 5yr old is struggling a little with word formations based on sounding so would love to see if this could help enhance her learning as well as Mr 4 who is at the stage of being interested. This product would definitely get tested on its durability and quality to last.
ruthb - 9:36 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My family would love to trial this... My 4 year old boy is really keen to learn and I am trying to find exciting new ways to encourage his enthusiasm while it lasts!. He is good with the letters of his name and is keen to learn more. I have a 7 month old who will be able to attest to the sturdiness of the product and a 7 year old girl to organise them all!!
Leightk3 - 9:32 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wonderful! I have 3 children, an 18 month old, a 5 year old and a 10 year old, each one very qualified as a Toy tester. I think this is a wonderful opportunity for my children and we would be over the moon if selected!!
thecoffeelady - 9:19 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow that sounds like a great product, I have got the fridge alphabet magnet set for my daughter's first birthday and she loves it. I love the fact that it is educational. She is 13 months old.
EmilyH - 9:16 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have two budding toy testers in my house. My 4 year old is right into his letters and is starting to try and write some of them and Mr 2 has to do everything Mr 4 does. They would love to test this toy out and it would be great to have a toy that can help them educationally but still be fun!
MelanieandTrinity - 9:14 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My wee girl would love these to try, shes at that stage where she always likes to do things, playing with everything, and she is starting to want to learn things and fast.
kateverry - 9:11 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
All kids learn play through play and thus they learn about themselves, how things work, how to solve problems, and how to get along with others, thus I am offering two toy testers in this house, a 4year old boy and a 2year old girl who would be more than willing to put this toy, and any other toy for that matter, to the test!
Cazper - 8:37 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Master 2 would find this more stimulating than rolling cars most of the day lol. I could imagine him clapping his hands once putting in the letters. It would be a great toy to take away from home too.
ugnz - 8:23 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Jasmine loves the Fridge Phonics which one of her friends has, and is keen to learn about her "ABCDs".
funnelgirl - 7:43 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2 and 1/2 year old son would love to trial this product.
He is learning the alphabet song at pre school, and counting at the moment.
He is always trying to copy his 5 yr old sister, bringhing home her books and reading, and I think this would be a great toy for him to realy concentrate on, even getting his older sister to help him learn the letters.
We would really like this opportunity to test this product.

Thank you.

KylieK - 7:41 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi, my 3 year old daughter Madison would be perfect for this trial. She loves trying new things & especially things that challenge her. She's a busy wee girl who needs things to challenge her & she loves learning. thanks
kipper - 7:31 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
We would also like to trial this great educational toy. My three year old is struggling a little with the start of words (I presume this is usual). eg Dedroom for Bedroom, Concrete Mincer and Nouth (as in put food in your...) so it would be good to see if this helps at all. I also have a 4 year old and a 6 month old so it would get plenty of use at our house.
cbirch - 7:17 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would love for my son (2 1/4) to be able to be a tester for this product - it looks great! I love the Leap Frogproducts and he currently has a leap Frog laptop which he plays with every day. He is really interested in new things expecially those that make noise, and is starting to become interested in letters which is why I think he'd make a great toy tester for this product. Thanks for the opportunity!
vettechic - 6:52 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I'm an in-home educator and care for four children aged 14months, 2years, 3years and 3 1/2years so would be able to test on a range of different learning stages, we love singing the alphabet song and I point the letters out on the chart but I think something tactile like this would be a real advantage.
amber - 6:38 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This product sounds great. I would love for us to review this. I would be using this with our nearly 2yr old, our 4yr old and our 8 yr old who has learning problems and has been trying hard to learn her ABC's. I would be very interested in trialing this toy because we would be able to see if it helps our three girls to learn. They love to sing and dance and this looks like it could help them. Thanks
issa - 6:37 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
i think my 2 yr old son will love to test this toy as i am now teaching him the alphabet :) at the moment he recognizes the letter through objects :)
rjsmummy - 6:18 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh wow what a cool idea. My Mr 29months is doing so so well with his ABC for his age and would be ideal to be a tester as he could probably give you his own opinion of it. His vocabulary is awesome and advanced for his age. He would be playing with it everyday, he loves anything he can sing along to, gets everyone to join in. My son and our Family would love to Trial this toy. Thankyou
Resse - 6:05 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow! This looks so neat and would be perfect for us! Miss 3 (nearly 4) loves to try and keep up with older brother (6), and is really starting to experiment with letters/phonics etc.. This toy will definitely get a good run here. Also master nearly 2 doesn't like missing out, so he will also definitely be playing with this toy. We would love to trial this toy :)
Poppy10 - 5:51 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Please pick us!!! :) My daughter is 19 months, but an absolute jabberwocky and can already recite some of the alphabet, so I know she would thrive with this product! Anything that would help me keep up with this live wire would be AMAZING- and I love Leapfrog toys so this would be perfect :) Thanks a lot.
corinne33 - 5:41 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oooh would LOVE to trial a LEAPFROG toy...have had one once from Toy Library but ages ago & bit unsure of buyiing one for my very active 2 year old. She has just started singing Dora's ABC song & loves to spot letters that belong to her name(: I think these trials are fantastic, so if we are not a lucky chosen one WELL DONE to those who are. THanks Kidspot!
samsnjessmum - 5:29 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have an almost 4 yr old and a just 2 yr old that would love to trail this product. Miss almost 4 has been slow to talk but will now try anything so this will really help with her learning and speech development. Miss 2 loves to copy her big sister and loves learning new things. We would love be toy testers for you :)
Mumofone - 5:22 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 3 year old and a 1 year old that would love to try these. My eldest is almost 4 and is very interested in learning and his abc's at the moment. His little brother who is 19 months would love the music and he is also starting to say a few words. My boy's would be great testers as they would use this toy and help each other learn the letter names and sounds.
Marie - 5:12 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My sons, 4 years and 8 months, would make great toy testers as both are learning new and exciting things everyday just at different stages.Am sure leap frog can cater to both of their learning needs
AdeleNZ - 5:04 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
We would love to trial this product! My 2 year old son has just moved into the toddler class in daycare and seems to be enjoying the structured learning that takes place in the room. So much so that he initiates mat time at home where we sit down and he wants to play games where we talk about letters, numbers, colours and shapes. He is keen to involve his younger brother too. This product seems like an awesome educational yet fun resource to add to this activity at home! Thanks :-)
jaylene - 5:02 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
hi there i have a five,three,and just on 12mths all boys and they would be the best toy testers they are all just working on there letters for the next two mths so please let them win:) thanks Hunter Zak and Miles
Kayeaye - 4:56 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
We would absolutely LOVE to trial this amazing phonics set... I'm a busy mum to 3 very boisterous boys, of which one is 28mths and yet learning about sounds and new words but I also have an 8 yr old with special needs who would greatly benefit from this type of learning device... We would love to test this fantastic toy :-) thanks for the opportunity to apply :-)
MiriamPhillip - 4:26 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This would be great to trail my children with. My 4yo is soaking in everything he can, and my 3yo needs help in regards to her speech. So I think this would be fantastic to try and see if it helps my children.
KimH - 4:23 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My two girls love leap frog products! They are 7 and 4 years old. We would love to be a toy tester family as my 4 yr old is at a stage where learning her alphabet and letter sounds are very important.
ellecheza - 4:17 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I am very interested in being a toy tester with my 2 year old daughter. She is etremely curious and likes to play with things until she has mastered them. We have a violet and a leatop which she adores. I make sure we do home based learning everyday and this would be an an amazing tool to use.
Janelle26 - 4:16 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 3 year old would love this as we are learning the alphabet at the moment so would be a great help in our household.
MaryMc - 4:16 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2 year old Grand daughter would love a chance to test this! It would be great to have this at our house for when she visits. We don't have anything like this here for her and new toys are not in our budget at this time.
carolbevin - 4:14 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi there, as a mother to three 3.5 yr olds and a 5.25 yr old, we would be very interested in testing this toy as I am trying to work out a plan as to how to manage having three children learning to read and write at the same time. We recently purchased two of the leapfrog Scribble and Write, and have found them to be quite good for letter familiarity in a parent friendly way, so I am keen to see what this Leapfrog learning tool offers.
MAMANANNA - 4:14 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My grandaughter just turned two on the weekend we sat singing ba ba black sheep and counting to ten and the alphabet she has some of the letters that ryhme more easily but others she copies .Would love this what a brillant idea she would pick it up so easily and have fun learning to
awells11 - 4:03 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My niece would love to trail this
nette21 - 3:55 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 3 1/2 years old. I would love to trial this to see if it can help with her learning. She is not interested in books and while I have been trying to teach her myself she loses interest in what I am saying. I would love to see if this could help make a difference and I know she loves her leap frog toys so this may be perfect.
mummytoone - 3:43 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My girl would make a great toy tester as she is an extremely particular little explorer- she will go to great lengths to understand and investigate new items and is very good at telling anyone willing to listen all about it! SHe is 2years and 4 moths.
smoodles - 3:29 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi there I would love to become a toy tester, I have three children the youngest is 16 months and i am a firm believer that your child is never to young to start learning, I have never used leap frog before but this system seems fun and would be interesting to see if it sparks my sons interest and for how long.
robyshack1 - 3:16 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a five, three and just two year old...they are big talkers and they would love to trial these for Leap Frog!
leebd - 3:09 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have 3 daughters aged 9 months, 2 and 4 years. They have become obsessed with using the games on my android phone and end up arguing over whose turn it is! I need something fun and interactive to wean them off my phone! Would love to test this one out x
hitchcock - 3:04 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi my 2 children have not experienced leap frog but we would love to have a chance at trying this and would love to be toy testers.
gemstone - 3:00 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Leapfrog has been apart of our lives for the last ten years. With my children already familiar and competent with the leapfrog range and their ability to tell me exactly what they think, we, I mean THEY would make great toy testers providing honest and descriptive feedback.
carolinef - 2:59 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2&1/2 year old loves her Leap Frog Leaptop and the song has helped her learn her numbers to 20, I would love for her to test this to improve her alphabet further.
cnikb - 2:57 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 18 month old girl loves new toys, singing, and dancing so would love to try the LeapFrog toys with her!
sparkles - 2:46 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
hi i have been using Leap frog since my 14 year old was little we started with the fridge farm magnet, and have upgraded as he has grown and we have added to the household, Mr 2, Mr 3 and Miss 4 would love to play with this and would all make great toy testers, we love Leap Frog
jafaj - 2:39 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Mister Joshua turning 2 years this month would love to try this new LeapFrog toy. We have brought a couple of LeapFrog products in the pass for his 3 year old sister and I am thinking about the Scribble & Write pad for their Christmas present. He would be wrapped to have his own toy for a change. Thanks kindly :))
missbella2 - 2:38 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 3 year old girl who is very enthusiastic about trying new things. She has a keen interest in learning about numbers, the alpabet, anything new & would love to be a toy tester
nikkib90 - 2:36 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son Olliver who is 3 and one month would LOVE this! He is always finding new ways of practicing his letters and we are now just embarking on the sounds each one makes. We would love to be toy testers of this product as it is perfect for the exact stage of learning we are at now.
SP - 2:35 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 20 months and just getting into colours, numbers, and letters. She loves interactive toys so would really enjoy playing with this rather than her alphabet puzzle which is not quite as stimulating.
My husband never learnt phonics at school therefore had to memorize spelling rather than sounding out words, so we really want to give our daughter the best chance at developing these key skills.
Jembec - 2:29 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have two young children who are always keen to try new things. They would definitely be good at testing its strength!
tanz83 - 2:28 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Daughter 3 years 8 months would make a great toy tester, she is very quick to pick up new things she is learning at home and kindy, she is also great at showing her brother (1) how to do things and loves to teach him new songs
tammy - 2:26 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I think my little girl of two years old, Jessie, would be an ideal toy tester for Leapfrog's latest great toy. I've noticed that her learning capabilities have increased dramatically in recent weeks and I find it hard to keep up inventing interesting games to help her learn things - she would be ideal as a toy tester for Leapfrog's Letter Factory Phonics because is now at the age where she enjoys to play on her own and she loves a challenge! She also doesn't yet know her alphabet and has never had an interactive Leapfrog toy so this would be something completely different for her to try. It would be interesting to see her response to such a great idea and to note how quickly she picks up on the letters and songs. She's a bright little girl and is constantly busy with one thing or another, but this looks like it could keep her captivated! Also, Jessie travels quite a bit with mom & dad so she would be the ideal candidate to test out Leapfrog's portable fun!
Applepie - 2:15 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 33 month old son would have a ball being a toy tester! He's very inquisitive and loves to learn new things. He plays brilliantly on his own, practising things over and over again. x.
ralf - 2:14 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I think my son would make a great Toy Tester, he is very clear on what he likes and if it works well (according to him). He is 4 and is really getting into learning his letters
Midgetwoody - 2:10 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi, we would so love to be a toy tester, and at the same time help our wee dude, at 4 years he has some learning difficulties, and we have loved the other leapfrog items we have purchased for him and our other son. have a wonderful day
mycanvas - 2:10 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow this looks like a great learning toy. My Mr Two .. almost 3 ... Daniel ... would love to be a toy tester for this I'm sure.
We have the fridge phonics which has been great and the fact that this is portable would go down a treat as he often tries to get his ruck sack and load the fridge phonics in there when we go out so Im sure this would be by the door every time we went anywhere :-)
naomi83 - 2:09 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
i have 2 boys (ages parker 15 months and harrison 4 years). my oldest has been brought up with the scribble and write, leapfrog laptop and now has the leappad explorer and my youngest constantly plays with Scout. he just loves to use them often and its with these toys that he has learnt all his alphabet and numbers etc. his younger brother has now started to play with the laptop and he enjoys the sounds. i would love for my kids to become toy testers as i like the fact that they are learning without realising its happening
keetismyson - 2:05 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Keet who is 2 years old would be a GREAT toy tester because he is always playing with somthing or another. he had a leap pad that use to belong to his older half brother and sister but that is long broken now as they are at the most 10 years older than keet. he would love to be able to test this as it will help with his learning of the alphabet etc. we are always looking for toys new and old to advance his learning.
JoeyE - 1:58 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Louis loves LeapFrog! We already have Fridge Phonics which keeps Louis entertained whilst I'm cooking in the kitchen, and his 6-yr-old sister has a LeapPad that Louis has claimed as his own. At 2 yrs 3 mths Louis has a good grasp of the alphabet and is learning the sounds of some of the letters. The Letter Phonic Factory would be a great addition to our LeapFrog family and a wonderful learning opportunity for Louis.
nessee - 1:57 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 21mth old daughter would love to be a Toy Tester as she likes new challenges and we are really trying with her learning of numbers, colours, and saying basic words at the moment and its very challenging for us!! She is really trying and gets really frustrated when she cant communicate with us - I really feel for her and her frustration - being a Toy Tester for the new LeapFrog toys would help her soooooo much.... as LeapFrog really is designed for children and helping their development :) fingers and toes are crossed :)
shellcruise - 1:54 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have two princesses Keana (3) and Kaylee (10months). Keana would be the ideal toy tester she is very opinionated and likes to tell us what she likes. We have numerous LeapFrog products and swear by them as they are so educational. Keanas favourite would have to be her puppy Violet and Kaylee has Scout. They both love playing with toys and whats fantastic is they learn from each other by watching. They love getting new toys and Keana would love to express her feelings about everything either via camera or just telling me by words. As we say shes only 3 but shes smarter then most 5 year olds
cintababy - 1:51 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would just like to enter my son Jordan (4yrs) and daughter Bella (2 and half yrs) in this because it is an amazing opportunity for further learning but at home with mum and dad, so we can see for our selves the results :) wicked Idea :)
ellen - 1:49 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my son 2 years 3 months would love to try this toy out, he loves letters and the alphabet. we have quite a few leapfrog toys and he adores all of them would be nice to try this out to.
eyl12 - 1:49 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have two kids, a 19-month-old boy and a nearly 4-year-old daughter. Both of them would make great toy testers. My daughter can recite and sing her alphabets very well, and she loves music. I am in the process of teaching her phonics, so this toy would be perfect. My son, being the younger child, seems to pick things up fast. He can already recognised some letters and numbers. He loves music very much and would 'try to' join his sister singing the alphabets. This toy would help him in learning the alphabets especially with the music. Thanks.
Itzizel - 1:46 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My little boy, 2years, 10 months, will love this toy! He is so keen on learning, we had to take him out of pre school for a while, because we just had twins and they were born very premature, so we have to keep all bugs away from home... So big brother has to stay home too! He misses the learning and friends, but we do all we can! He would love love love this toy!
heitiki - 1:46 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 28 months old and is starting to really show an interest in the alphabet so this would be perfect for her. It would be great to be able to trial this LeapFrog product as we have an old version of the beginner's LeapPag which has been very popular. Thanks.
dayauon - 1:45 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my son is 22 months now and he'll turn 2 yrs old in Oct. will he pass as 2 yrs old? i think he is at the sound stage now, saying "a", "e" and "o". we would like to trial the product to see if he will progress to identifying the letters. he has good ears for music-- stopping and humming a fav tune when he hears it. i guess the combination of songs and sound offered by Leap Frog will help him develop the letter identification faster. Hope we'll be chosen. THanks!
spike - 1:45 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Gosh - this would be brilliant. I have twin nearly 4 year old boys who are right into their letters and words as the moment - they love pointing out signs that they see and ask what they say so it would be nice to connect letters/words on the sign with what they learn. To top that off I'm due with Mr 3 any day so some new amusement for the boys would be just brilliant.
happyfrau - 1:45 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a just turnign one year old, a four year old and a seven year old...my seven year old grew up on Leapfrog toys, and I would love to try a new one with my next two children, especially my 4 year old who is (finally) interested in her letters!
Mardi - 1:42 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Wow wee man would love this as he really enjoys letters & numbers,he's almost 3..
He love's to read & memorises his favourite story's so this would be great to help him further with his learning
lotsakids - 1:41 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my daughter has had speech delays and is under going help especially with phonics - so this would be AMAZING for her to try to help her grasp her sounds, she loves to learn and i think this would truly help her
harmonymarie - 1:40 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
i think this would be great for my son he is a really on the go child hard to get him to sit down and do anything but im sure this would make it fun and help him sit down with me have fun and learn at the same time i have alway's found it hard to get him to sit down with me to do learning but he did get a few leap frog toy's for christmas last year and he love's them
Renza - 1:38 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My little girl is nearly three and loves letters and numbers. She can recite the alphabet perfectly, and we're trying to now help her make the connection between the letters she says and the ones she can see - so this sounds like a brilliant toy!
TanesMummy - 1:34 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son is 26 months old and would make an excellent toy tester as he loves learning about different bits and pieces. He knows his basic shapes, colours, can count to 4 but we would love for him to have the opportunity to learn his letters. He shows so much pride when he learns and accomplishes something "I did it!" and then shows everyone he can what he can do. It'd be fantastic if my son was chosen to be a toy tester and to see him branch into another level of his development and thrive at the chance to have a different challenge. Thank you very much :)
Buzzydaisy - 1:34 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This is soooo cool my daughter 2 1/2yrs would love to test this toy. We got the Fridge phonics for her birthday and she plays with it all the time. She sits on the floor with her 8yr old brother and they go through the alphabet together. She also knows the alphabet song because of this toy. Just wonderful, we love Leap Frog toys in this house.
veronicad - 1:32 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have two boys who would love to try this out. My oldest boy who just turned four is, as of yet, not interested in writing his name or letters at all. He still calls them numbers. I think this toy could benefit him greatly and create more of an interest in the alphabet. I would dearly love him to be able to write his name and know the alphabet before he goes to school in a years time. In contrast my youngest boy, who has just turned two, trys to sing the alphabet! He is just learning to talk so it is a great time to get in early with his letter recognition. Both my boys would be very happy to test this toy out! Thanks.
FullHouse - 1:28 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My boys (5 and 3) would love to test this product. My 5yr old loves letters and writing and we are starting to teach him how to sound out a word to try and spell it, this would help. Our 3yr old has just learnt the letters in his name, now he will start learning the rest of the alphabet and the sounds of all the letters, this would be a perfect teaching aid. And you never know, Miss 9mths might even pick up on some of it LOL
mmurrie - 1:27 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
yah, we have fridge phonics and the 4 1/2 year old loves them and the 2 year old knows the alphabet song now because of them:) So we are obviously fans!
amanda22 - 1:26 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My son is 16months old and would be a great toy tester as he is a very quick learner and loves new things. It would be an amazing help to teach him letters and names as he gets older. Thank you for this opportunity, we would be over the moon if he got chosen to be a toy tester. Thanks :o)
EmmaR - 1:26 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh wow! My boy aged 2 would love these, he's really become a sponge with learning new words and songs and immediately makes a bee line for the interactive toys at daycare. Great that they encourage more hand eye coordination as well. We regularly care for our niece aged 3 and she would also love these - can predict lots of 'mine' and 'my turn' already!!
Love that these are portable, these would be perfect to take with us when we go away camping and at the moment perfect for when we have long hospital stays with Daddy. He can really practice his public dancing with these.
Judz - 1:26 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh my 2yr old daughter would be thrilled to test these out for you! She can count to 12 already but is a little slower on picking up her letters so this would be perfect to help her out!
shorrty4life - 1:21 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My child is 21months old! Almost two. She would make an amazing toy tester because she always seems to the the most out of her toys and always comes back to them for more fun. She never gets sick of toys she could play and play for hours. I think she would be an amazing toy tester and leap frog toys and such great toys for childrens learning while playing. I would be so greatful if my daughter got the chance to be a toy tester. Thanks. =)
Rysmum - 1:06 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My Daughter would love to be a Leapfrog Letter Factory toy tester.
She is nearly 3 and loves learning all about letters,numbers and colours.
I think it would also help her learn to pronoun her words more clearly too.
thanks for the opportunity to put our name forward for this great fun learning tool.
jane243 - 1:00 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 5 year old son has recently started school and we are putting a lot of effort into learning his ABC's and learning to read. He is a bit behind as has had trouble with his ears as a toddler, we finally got grommets in last year and his hearing has improved greatly. Now we are constantly playing catch up and using all sorts of resources to keep it fun and encourage him to learn. These could be great for him. My youngest (miss 2.10 year old) would benefit from these too.
maxsmum - 12:59 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I have a 2 year old son and we both LOVE leapfrog products! I have been wanting to start teaching him Phonics but haven’t been able to find any kind of product that is suitable for his age! this would be such a good tool to have and im sure my little boy would get ALOT out of this review
missmaddysmum - 12:56 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter would be great as a toy tester for the Leapfrog Letter Factory! She turned three a couple of weeks ago and for the past couple of months has been really interested in the alphabet and letters. She knows the letters of her name and will point out her first letter whenever she sees it. We are encouraging her to learn letter sounds so this would be great for her to learn both sight and sounds of the letters.
melnel - 12:55 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh my goodness! My 22 month old and 3.5 year old LOVE playing with the fridge phonics in toys shops! They would LOVE this!!!!!!!!! Both boys are currently really interested in letters and the alphabet (its the only song we here lol) and would be able to give a review from a starting out perspective and from an aiding a preschooler perspective!
twilightgal - 12:53 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This would be perfect for my nearly two year old boy, we have lots of Flash cards but these are not so practical with a 2yr old, this idea would be fantastic to help him along in his learning. I'm sure my 6 and 12yr old would be into it as well! We would Love to trial this for you.
BellaB - 12:52 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks like something my son who's just turned 4 would love to do with his twin sisters who are almost 2. We would love to be a toy tester for LeapFrog :-)
BrendensMum - 12:49 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My newly 2 year old boy would love to be a toy tester for the LeapFrog Letter Factory, we have wooden letters that he loves to play with so having these would help him learn the sounds of the letters and hopefully encourage his speech and talking
piglet - 12:47 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Hi, we would love to be chosen as reviewers for the LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics. My son is four and finally getting excited about learning his numbers and letters - and I know LeapFrog would challenge him even more with this fab toy. When I used to try to sing the alphabet to him he used to stop me and say 'No mum, I don't like that song'..but now he at least lets me get to the Q!' Maybe if we get chosen to trial this..I might just get to the Z lol.
kennyjo - 12:45 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I would love Amelia to try these she is about to start speech therapy and i feel these could help her along the way :)
livandjimi - 12:44 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh this looks fabulous!I have 2 sons, 3.5 and 16 Months. Mr 3.5 would make the best toy tester! Would love to give this a go with learning his letters properly :) Thanks so much for the chance :)
suziq122 - 12:43 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I think Addi would be a great Toy Tester for Leapfrog as she loves the other toys we have from them. Addi is nearly 2 (a month away!) and loves things like this.
kay8805 - 12:36 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
oh my 3 yr old loves a challenge!!! this would be so cool =)
gonzze - 12:34 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My children are 2 year. 4 years. 8 years. 11 year. and 13 years My children like to try new things and all ways have a lot to say about some thing and this would be a great thing to review as it would help my younger children to learn there letters and have fun at the same time. And they would have the older ones to help and i no they would have fun as well so my lot would make great toy testers as they would all have something different to say about this or any toy
naenae82 - 12:33 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
this looks super kool my lil girlis sitting beside me saying frog boing boing we would love to be a toy tester for this she has a lisp an its hard to teach her the right way to say some stuff i certainly cant afford with three kids but we would love you to consider us for this awesome looking learning system it looks similar to a fridge thing her best friend has that she is learning pretty well from when we visit so fingers an toes r crossed heehee
kiwitrout - 12:32 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
We would love to test this. When my older daughters were little we had a leap frog letter product which unfortunately doesn't work now due to a leaky battery. I would love to give my youngest (20 months) the same opportunities with such a great brand and see how the products out now compare with the older ones. My toddler is such a parrot at the moment and loves music so something that combines letters and music can only benefit her.
nummabear - 12:31 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
OMG my son would love to be a toy tester for this, he is 25 months old and really loves toys with songs and and im trying to teach him counting and letters at the moment, so we would love the oppitunity to toy test this beauty! pplleease choose us :) hehe
Twinsforus - 12:29 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My youngest 2 kids would love to try this out!! Mr 3.9yrs is showing a really interest in letters and spelling lately ("how do you spell *******?" at least 50 times a day!!!) and Miss 2 love doing what her big brothers are doing so it would be of real benefit to her too!!
DaniTaylor - 12:25 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My 2 and 3 year old LOVE learning and learn so well doing things together, this would be fabulous i think for us to all sit down and do it together! And anything that interacts with them with noise and signing i'm sure they'll love and being leapfrog you know it's a good toy! :)
steff - 12:18 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 4 and loves anything with sound. She would LOVE to try this. She absoultely loves the alphabet and singing. This would be fabulous.
KrystieKhloe - 12:14 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter is 3 in October and she loves trying out new toys, she is very inquisitive about everything and is at the age where she is a bit like a sponge; she absorbs everything around her. She has mastered her numbers so this would help her along her way to mastering the alphabet too. We got the fridge phonics for her last year for christmas and she just loves them but gets a bit frustrated with them being on the fridge at times.
jopukeko - 12:13 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My kids would love to trial these. My girls are 2 1/2 and 4 years old. I also do homebased childcare and have 7 carekids ranging in age from 15 months to 4 1/2. I have been doing a lot of work with the older children on letters and this would be a great addition to the learning programme.
helen777 - 12:07 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
I am a child minder and have 4 boys that I look after and this toy will be brilliant to test. The 3 boys are between 2-3yrs and I have a 16 month old to. Between the 4 of them I will be able to pass on loads of feed back as they don't stop talking to me and each other. I would also get feed back from my 5 year old daughter who loves reading and is strumming words together like a star! Would be great to try this toy out, cheers.
ChristineC - 12:05 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Our lfittle girl would love to test out this toy, she is always investigating new ways to use her tous and loves all the musical/noise making ones. She is 17 months old.
annette - 12:04 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
We have a 2.5 year old son, Jacob, who would love to be a toy tester for the LeapFrog Letter Factory Phonics toy. He has an older brother who has just started school and Jacob is trying to show us how much he is learning too. Thanks
Canne - 12:03 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my son (3 in Nov) would make the best toy tester as he is always into everything, trying to find out what it does and what it is. He has a real zest for learning and takes every opportunity to figure something out. We are sometimes at a loss to provide for him a range of toys big enough to satisfy his curiosity. He is the oldest kid in our coffee group (by a couple of months) so the other kids are always looking to him to see what is cool and fun. He also has an 18 month old sister who is learning things much faster than he did (benefit of having an older sibling) and is also just starting to learn the alphabet and count.
4kiddies - 12:03 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
my lil 3 year old would love a toy just for her and learn the alphabet to,she would be the best toy tester there is
Jangoy - 12:02 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My grand-son River whose Mother is Macedonian now living in Cambodia is struggling with English - I think this would be really great for him (he might even lend it to his little Cambodian friends!!!) I think I would make a great toy tester as I am unbiased and interested in anything to do with child growth and development.
tessa771 - 12:02 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
This looks great, I have a 2 and a half year old who this would be perfect for! She loves singing the alphabet and learning new things
mumjess - 12:01 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
Oh this looks great! my daughter is about to turn 2.... this would make a great birthday present and would be a fab start to her alphabet learning!
she's really hit the age she's loving to learn and picking up new skills everyday. she loves audio stuff so that would add another dimension to her learning!
sophieh - 12:00 PM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My child will make a great tester as he is 20 months and is at a great age for this sort of learning activity,.. We have the fridge phonics and he is obsessed with that at the moment so I would LOVE to try this out on him.
lmiln003 - 11:59 AM on Mon-6-Aug-2012 reply | message
My daughter (2.5yrs) would make a great toy tester because she is naturally curious about everything, she loves to get in and investigate toys and loves learning. She also has 2 big brothers who she likes to involve in her play - this toy would be a great learning resource that she could share with them


   
 
 
 
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