New LeapFrog Educational Toys for your Little Ones + Giveaway

LeapFrog is a brand I have always loved. I can still remember the LeapFrog cell phone my kids had when they were babies. We brought that thing everywhere with us. We’ve also enjoyed their Learning Table, Scout toys, and their LeapPad for many years.

My children have had so many great LeapFrog products over the years and I have always been so impressed with the quality of these educational toys.

This holiday season, LeapFrog has many new toys available for all ages. We received two toddler products to test out and think they are great!

Leaping Letters

Leaping Letters is an alphabet racing game. Children have to get all 26 letters of the alphabet in the correct spots on the tray before the timer stops. When the timer stops the letters pop. The timer has three options (perfect for different ages). Leaping Letters also comes with one-word building card and word building list that allows the player to practice spelling common sight words. You can play Leaping Letters on your own or with a group. This fast-moving game is great for children from 3 – 6 years old. Leaping Letters retails for $19.99.

LeapFrog Leaping Letters review

What we like about Leaping Letters:

  • There are no batteries required
  • Letters are colourful and easy to grip
  • It builds fine motor skills and matching skills
  • It extends beyond practicing the alphabet

Count Along Register

This adorable cash register comes with 20 pieces (including money and food). To play with this register, the child selects what they want to purchase on the touch screen and pays with the coins included. The cash register will count up the coins as they play. The Count Along Register also plays cute songs and has scanning sounds like a real register. This toy is recommended for ages 2 and up. The Count Along Register retails for $26.99.

LeapFrog Count Along Register review

LeapFrog Count Along Register review

What we like about Count Along Register:

  • It includes healthy food choices
  • It focusses on learning numbers, counting and colours
  • It has two sound levels
  • It plays cute songs

LeapFrog products are available in so many stores and online. We have always been pleased with all our LeapFrog toys. I think any toddler would love these two LeapFrog toys this holiday season.

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GIVEAWAY!

The LeapFrog team wants one of my readers to enjoy a Count Along Register with their little one. To enter tell me what you think your child would like most about the Count Along Register, then fill out the Rafflecopter form below.

Giveaway runs from Nov 28 to Dec 12, 2016. Giveaway open to Canadian residents only. The mandatory question must be answered to be eligible to win. Void where prohibited. See my Terms & Conditions for full giveaway details.

Disclosure: LeapFrog provided products for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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91 Comments

  1. not only would my daughter love this, my strongstart class would love to play with it as well! it’s a fun way for my daughter to practice her letters – in ENGLISH as well as FRENCH@

  2. My son would probably like pressing the buttons and the cash register opening but also the action of buying food and exchanging and counting money.

  3. She would like playing cashier with her friends while learning about numbers and sorting, shopping , and order.

  4. He loves to count but also loves to shop more so he would get a kick out of shopping and paying. His fave thing to ask me everyday “is there money in the bank can we go buy stuff” lol

  5. My nephew is 3 and he is just starting to get into counting everything, I think its a nice way to teach him about counting money for fun!

  6. My nephew would love it because he has always been fascinated by stores and the checking out process.

  7. my daughter is all about piggy banks and money so counting money on the cash register would be awesome learning tool

  8. Upstairs my kids are playing “McCafe” serving coffee and Happy Meals to each other, they would love the register and the money aspect of the playacting.

  9. I think my children would love learning and playing with their friends in a creative way and using their imaginations!

  10. My kids would love the money! They play with their piggy banks every day and love interacting together; perfect with this toy.

    Besos Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  11. She’s been counting on her fingers a lot lately and I think she’d love the numbers on the register. Also she likes grocery shopping so she can pretend to be a cashier!

  12. The fact that it has to do with numbers and putting the coins in the slot! she would totally love this and it would come in handy for her ABA sessions too

  13. My son has been playing with a cash register at his grandma’s house latley. I would love for him to have one at home so he can help learn his numbers

  14. One of my daughters will love that it makes scanning sounds and the other will love that it adds up the money.

  15. My granddaughter loves music and buttons.
    She is just learning to count, they grow so quickly..
    Thanks for this opportunity to win:)

  16. My niece would love it because she loves anything right now that is interactive. Love that it teaches them while they play!

  17. My son would love the different colours and different items…. he likes telling me what things are and what colours they are and love make believe play of being in a restaurant etc

  18. What Kaitlynn would like the most about the #LeapFrog cash register is that she could pretend to shop just like Mommy and she will love the sounds it makes. I love that it will be teaching her as she plays.

  19. If my three year old could write a list, this would be on it! He loves the counting….plus he obsessed with shopping with mom!

  20. Pushing buttons 😛 Although my oldest loves counting along so anything that lets him count is a huge hit in our house

  21. My son LOVES to count and he’s starting to understand and be curious about money, so this would be great for him!

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