Get a mooove on learning
Sing & Play Farm is a playful, engaging way to interact with life on the farm as your little one learns animal names and sounds, colors, rhythm and melodies. Children ages 6 to 36 months push buttons, turn keys, flip switches and more to build fine motor skills. Plus, they are going to meet new animal friends and sing along to popular melodies like Old MacDonald and Itsy Bitsy Spider. Designed with a care for on top for grab-and-go fun!
Curriculum that goes beyond core skills
Sing & Play Farm helps children learn about rhythm, colors and early vocabulary as they explore five interactive play areas. Press the big, blue button to hear the talking cow and owl ask playful questions about the sounds they make, and then invite your child to repeat the sounds with them. On the front of the barn, They are able to open and close the barn door to learn in conjunction with “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” or experiment with opposites such as “Light on” and “Light off. ” On the right side, kids can turn a key to rev the tractor, hear it idle and say “The engine’s ready…let’s go!” The left side features an Itsy Bitsy Spider slider and Animal Friends button for more practice with finger dexterity and fun learning songs about animals. The back side introduces musical, color and language curriculum. Children can slide a bunny in a hopping motion across the garden to create a bouncing, rhythmic song. They are able to continue to play the song so long as the bunny keeps moving backward and forward. As the bunny lands in front of each veggie, children hear audio with its name and color, such as “Red tomatoes,” as well as funny phrases and sound effects spoken in rhythm to the music. Each delightful interaction encourages kids to keep exploring, helping build finger dexterity and developing their sense of cause and effect at the same time as exposing them to language and preschool concepts.
Personalized for every child
Sing & Play Farm offers tons of ways for children to enjoy personalized play and explore. Rev the tractor’s engine, squish tomatoes, move and sing to learning songs, play peek-a-boo with a talking owl and make silly animal noises as he asks fun questions like “Whoo likes to moo?” Every child will discover his or her own favorite way to play! As children talk, sing and laugh with animal friends, they create meaningful connections that are all their own.
Fun with their favorite characters
Sing & Play Farm is packed with 13 lovable farm pals. Children can make friends with a hidden owl, a “woofing” dog, an idling tractor driven by a silly sheep, a sliding spider, a musical hopping bunny and more. Animals sing, giggle and ask questions directly to your child, engaging them in learning and musical fun.
Learning experts create every learning experience
The LeapFrog learning team worked closely with expert toy designers to layer on the learning in this toy, from rhythmic experimentation in the bunny garden to color play and more, ensuring endless fun that’s rich in early learning curriculum. Children this age are experimenting with cause and effect, and Sing & Play Farm rewards each interaction with fun tunes, sounds, first words and animal voices. This helps toddlers draw connections between actions and reactions at the same time as exposing them to language and preschool concepts. Right through development, the toy was tested with children, helping the team create experiences that little ones wish to explore over and over again.
Introduce your child to animal names and sounds with five play areas that offer more than 50 audio responses! Sing along to farmyard songs, explore colors and rhythm, and rev up the farm fun with a tractor, bunny garden and 13 charming animal friends.
- Early vocabulary
- Fine motor skills
Sing and Play Farm teaches kids about animals at the same time as introducing them to familiar melodies and encouraging them to build early vocabulary
Interactive features help children practice their motor skills at the same time as learning animal sounds and names and colors
Teaches fine motor skills and early vocabulary
Ages 6 to 36 months