LeapFrog Fridge DJ Magnetic Learning Radio
LeapFrog Fridge DJ Magnetic Learning Radio
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The Leapfrog Fridge DJ is truly a multi-sensory learning experience that helps your child discover numbers, letters and more!
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|Product Length:||2.5 inches|
|Product Width:||9.9 inches|
|Product Height:||10.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.0 pounds|
|Package Length:||10.5 inches|
|Package Width:||10.0 inches|
|Package Height:||2.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.0 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 130 reviews|
Learning songs and light show, on the fridge or on the go!
Features three ways to play: Letter Songs, Number Songs and Classic Songs learning modes.
Watch letters and numbers light up and listen to music with this multisensory learning experience.
Encourages children to express themselves by dancing and singing along.
Explores letters, numbers 1-20, counting and days of the week.
|Average Customer Review: ( 130 customer reviews )
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53 of 55 found the following review helpful:
Wonderful! Leapfrog does it again... Nov 13, 2006
By Tired parent
We already have 2 fridge toys by this company (the animal matching one and the uppercase letter one) and I was so impressed that I sprung for the DJ toy. Our 12 month old loves hanging out in the kitchen but the above 2 toys were a bit beyond her and I wanted something that she could operate easily that would keep her amused. She's taken to carrying it around the house and dancing to the music when the feeling strikes her. Her 3 yr old sister and her have had a few fights over the toy as the educational information appeals to the older child.
+ Numerous songs - not just one annoying one, but 3 difference 'stations' with multiple songs
+ Educational - I love that it teaches upper AND lower case with graphics
+ Graphics: although simple (looks like a scoreboard) the graphics dance around to the music and keep their interest
+ Easy to operate for the baby (one button to press)
+ Music - not bad, kinda jazzy; they slowed down the alphabet song which is great for character recognition
+ Can use it on the fridge or carry it around
+ Music sounds kinda tinny (but for $19.99...what do you expect?)
+ My 12 month old tried to use it to help her stand on the fridge but the magnets weren't strong enough and she slid down with the toy
+ Kinda heavy for it's size - just fell on my 3 yr old's foot. Lots of complaining
I highly recommend it!
38 of 40 found the following review helpful:
Great for a toddler! Feb 05, 2007
By M. Zup
My 15 month old got this for Christmas. We keep it on the refrigerator and she listens and dances to it often. It keeps her occupied while I make dinner/lunch or clean up. She loves the songs and can 'flip through them' to get to her favorite. There are three 'buttons'. One to turn the toy on/off and select volume, one to select the mode, and one to select a song within the mode. The 3 modes are letters, numbers and music and are selected with a dial like switch. The letter mode has 4 songs...3 of which are the alphabet song. The first time you press the button, you get the alphabet song with uppercase letters being displayed on the LED screen, the second time, you get the lower case letters along with the song, the third time you get uppercase letters being displayed and the alphabet song plays with only the melody (no words). The fourth song is 'Annie OOh'. The number mode has 3 number songs and the Music mode has 5 songs...Old MacDonald, Take me out to the Ball Game, Twinkle Twinkle, Itsy Bitsy SPider and Pop Goes the Weasel (none with words). To change songs,there is simply a push button that is easily mastered by any child. The LED display is somewhat entertaining. My daughter has not yet mastered the dial to change modes, but I am sure she will soon. This also has 2 voume settings which is a plus. I highly recommend this, especially for any toddler/baby that seems to like music.
27 of 28 found the following review helpful:
Worth the Money! Oct 18, 2006
By Barbara Lockhart
When I first considered buying this toy, I thought it was a bit pricey. I went for it anyway and my 11 month old son just loves it. It is very durable! When it plays songs, the screen lights up with different "pictures" that go with the music. For example, when it plays Old MacDonald, the screen shows "pictures" in red of a tractor, a duck, a dog, and then E I E I O, in accordance with the song's words. It does not sing words though, it only plays the music, giving mom or dad a chance to sing the words, or make them up if they aren't known, for baby's entertainment (or not!). Once I saw all it could do I decided it was well worth the $19.99 I paid for it, and it gives our son something different to do when I'm in the kitchen.
26 of 29 found the following review helpful:
Great Kitchen Entertainment Nov 28, 2006
By Heather B
"Mom of Four"
This is a terrific addition to our collection of LeapFrog and other magnets on the fridge. I bought this as a gift for my daughter's first birthday and she just loves it. She carries it around dancing and grooving to the songs, kinda like a mini boom box ... It's easy enough for the littlest fingers to handle and they really have a sense of accomplishment when they can get the songs to change with the push of a button or the turn of a dial. As a bonus, my 3 year old is learning his alphabet.
14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Great toy! Sep 05, 2006
My 16 month-old son loves this toy, both on & off the fridge. One great feature about it is that it turns itself off when not in use. Great to keep toddlers safely busy in the kitchen while you're cooking.
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