LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set

LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set

The Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set brings phonics skills to life with 26 singing, talking letters. Perfect for keeping little ones busy learning, the magnetic school bus and letter tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface. Children can place each letter into the bus window and press it to hear Tad say the The Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set brings phonics skills to life with 26 singing, talking letters. Perfect for keeping little ones busy learning, the magnetic school bus and letter tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface. Children can place each letter into the bus window and press it to hear Tad say the letter’s name and sound. Press it twice and Tad will say a word that begins with the letter and then use the word in a sentence. Children can also press the music note to move and sing along to three learning songs, including the “Alphabet Song” and “Wheels on the Bus.” Designed by LeapFrog experts for children ages 2 and older, Fridge Phonics reinforces alphabet knowledge, including letter names and sounds, which is an important first step in learning to read. Playing with the letter tiles, which are designed for easy manipulation by little hands, also helps strengthen fine motor and coordination skills. My kids love it! My son LOVES this toy! We where at a friends house and they had a phonics bucket, with he letters inside and the top doubled as the letter “base”. My son loved it, and played with it fo…
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Toy Joy

Toy Joy Did Twister ever give you a blister? Or chess give you stress? In this game, every answer is a toy or game paired with a word that rhymes with that toy. So if we asked, “What’s the game where the first player to get rid of their cards wins a trip to the Did Twister ever give you a blister? Or chess give you stress? In this game, every answer is a toy or game paired with a word that rhymes with that toy. So if we asked, “What’s the game where the first player to get rid of their cards wins a trip to the capital of Alaska?” the correct answer would be “Juneau Uno.” Heard on Judy Gold: Very Special Episodes OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST: Hey, Jonathan. JONATHAN COULTON: Yeah EISENBERG: Today on ASK ME ANOTHER, we’re playing a game about words that rhyme with toys. So here’s a speed round. What do you use to keep your jigsaw quiet? COULTON: That is a puzzle muzzle. EISENBERG: Yeah. What about a toy locomotive that’s too cocky for its own good? COULTON: That’s a vain train. EISENBERG: Yeah. What about tiny horses that make the FBI director feel like friendship is magic? COULTON: That’s James Comey’s my little pomy (ph)? EISENBERG: Good enough. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) COULTON: From NPR and WNYC, coming to you from The Bell House in beautiful Brooklyn, N.Y., it’s NPR’s hour of puzzles, word games and trivia, ASK ME ANOTHER. I’m Jonathan Coulton. And now here’s your host, Ophira Eisen…
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