LeapFrog Hug and Learn Baby Tad £14.96 Delivered!

LeapFrog Hug and Learn Baby Tad £14.96 Delivered!

Found 26th Oct 2006
The LeapFrog Hug and Learn Baby Tad is just £14.96 including delivery from Amzon.Co.UK

Features: Play soothing classical music at night or play songs and learning games during the day * Inspiring a Lifelong Love of Learning * Perceptual Skills--bright colours and flashing lights stimulate shape and depth awareness * Reasoning Skills--interactive play helps children connect action with reaction, symbols with sounds and words with meaning * Motor Skills--children develop fine motor skills as they physically press buttons to choose a shape, song or kiss * Learning Development--hug & Learn Baby Tad provides a positive and rewarding early-learning experience * Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 9 months and up * Requires 2xAA batteries (included)
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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]

With every cuddle, kiss and squeeze, Baby Tad engages and soothes your little one. Babies squeeze the sun on the daytime hand to hear six happy, active songs and to play a fun learning game - flashing lights follow the beat and guide babies to the color and shape buttons on Baby Tad's chest. And this adorable friend's cheerful encouragement and cute laugh make learning a delight.

When it's time for bed or for a long trip, your baby just squeezes the moon on the nighttime hand to play up to six minutes of uninterrupted classical music. This music soothes even the most active toddlers. The Hug & Learn Baby Tad Plush features a volume control. The actual item may vary from the photographs and/or illustrations.

[LEFT][COLOR=darkred]Music & Creativity[/COLOR][/LEFT]

[LEFT]Music helps develop a child's imagination and creativity — and provides a fun, rewarding learning experience. Music stimulates a newborn's brain, creating pathways for future learning, such as speech. Exposing children to music also enhances long-term ability to perform higher brain mathematical functions, and it encourages movement, self-expression and social interactions.[/LEFT]
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