LeapFrog Poppin’ Play Piano

August 18, 2013 - Comment

A rainbow of musical learning fun. Little ones can develop motor skills while pressing the keys and exploring colors, music, numbers and more. Select from 8 instruments and silly sounds to explore 4 learning modes: Music, Colors, Numbers and Songs. Count along from 1 to 8 and play along with 8 fun preschool songs. When

A rainbow of musical learning fun. Little ones can develop motor skills while pressing the keys and exploring colors, music, numbers and more. Select from 8 instruments and silly sounds to explore 4 learning modes: Music, Colors, Numbers and Songs. Count along from 1 to 8 and play along with 8 fun preschool songs. When pressed, each of the 8 colored key makes a corresponding ball pop up. The Poppin’ Play Piano is appropriate for children ages 12+ months. Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning.

Features:

Dimensions – 5.5 x 12 x 7 inches; 1.3 pounds For ages 1- 4 years

Product Features

  • A rainbow of musical learning fun Select from 8 instruments and silly sounds to explore Music, Color/Colour, Number and Song modes
  • Count along from 1 to 8 and play along with 8 fun preschool songs
  • When pressed, each of the 8 colored/coloured key makes a corresponding ball pop up
  • The Poppin’ Play Piano is appropriate for children ages 12+ months
  • Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning

Comments

M. Rodriguez "Cnyper" says:

Fun for my toddlers! My 1 year old and 3 year old LOVE this toy. It’s got 4 different song/music settings, so I’m not stuck listening to the same thing over and over! It also has 2 different volume settings, which is great! The keys are easy to push, but the balls don’t jump as much as I thought they would, and that does frustrate my 1 year old a little bit. It’s easy to carry and even when dropped (multiple times!) works great! Overall, it’s a good toy and my kids really enjoy it!

Amy "epiamy" says:

Kid loves; Mom finds it a little loud My 19 month old child has not stopped playing with this toy since we received it from Amazon (Vine). He has a few other LeapFrog items, but he has never taken to one like he has this. He really enjoys music, and has been learning his colors, so this seemed like an easy choice.There are 4 basic modes:Number: Press a key, number “sung” (1-8, in the tone of a scale)Color: The color of the key “sung”Free Play: Each key becomes a different instrumentSong: The piano plays a song; kids can choose to accompany by pressing other keysWhat my child loves: watching the balls go up. He likes the songs and has had a lot of fun just playing random keys. The switch to move from counting to colors to free play is easy for him to manipulate.What I like: the tonality is pretty good for a kids’ toy. And because it follows the scale, you can play some actual songs on it. I also like that it doesn’t have anything to break off or keep stored with it, as many of the child xylophones do.However, I find it a little loud. It comes with a volume switch, but even the “low” setting is loud. I also wish that it counted higher than 8 (he can already count to 8).That limits its educational value. It does start to get annoying when they push the same button over and over, especially in counting mode. “Eeeeiiiight! Eeeeiiiight! Eeeeeeight! Eeeeeeight! Eeeeeeight!” etc.Remember the 90’s Sampsonite commercial where they have a gorilla in a room with a suitcase? That’s like my kid with toys. If he can break it, he will. He’s already dropped it down the stairs once and so far it’s holding up well, which has been true of all the LeapFrog toys we’ve used.

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