LeapFrog Scout’s Learning Lights Remote


LeapFrog Scout's Learning Lights Remote



Price: $12.88

Description:

Keep little ones entertained in a big way with a pretend-play remote that introduces numbers, shapes, first words and more! With more than 65 songs, tunes and learning responses from an irresistible light-up screen, the LeapFrog Learning Lights Remote helps children ages 6 to 36 months tune into early learning concepts as they imitate Mom and Dad. With the LeapFrog Learning Lights Remote, little ones can press up, down, left or right to hear counting and numbers songs, play a shapes game with the delightful puppy pal Scout, or count along with him. They can press the channel buttons to hear how Scout has fun in all kinds of weather or to help him count shapes in his garden. The number buttons prompt a counting activity, which encourages little ones to count bright-colored shapes that light up on the screen. Lovable Scout is always at their fingertips to entertain, encourage and help children explore. The Light-Up Remote comes with 3 AAA batteries, which should be replaced for home use.Tune in to discover shapes & numbers! Find learning fun on every channel as little ones explore 65+ songs, tunes and audio responses with Scout. Includes 3AAA batteries.
Keep little ones entertained in a big way with a pretend-play remote that introduces numbers, shapes and first words! Bright colors and 10+ lights encourage babies and toddlers to explore.
Press the weather button to hear how Scout finds fun in every kind of weather. Press a number, then count lights with Scout. Help Scout find shapes in his garden.
Press the music button to hear a Counting Song, Numbers Song and fun tunes. Learned skills include first words & phrases, numbers, pretend play, and shapes.
Scout’s Learning Lights Remote was desgined so babies and toddlers can imitate what they see their parents doing. Through this imitative play, the toy introduces early concepts around numbers and shapes as children exercise their fine motor skills.

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