Stacking is tons of fun with the Stack & Tumble Elephant.
I’ve always been a big fan of LeapFrog, but sadly as my kids grow up we also grow out of the LeapFrog range. Lucky for me (and you) I have a super cute baby nephew who is just the right age to review this new Stack & Tumble Elephant from LeapFrog.
The Stack & Tumble Elephant is suitable for 6-36 months and my nephew, Little O has just turned 1 so he is perfect to review this toy.
The idea of this toy is to stack the five brightly coloured, textured rings on the elephant’s trunk which helps to build fine motor skills. As each ring is placed on the trunk, the Elephant will introduce colours, numbers and shapes. If you press the music button on the elephant’s trunk you will hear playful songs, and if you push down on his tail he will sneeze, sending the rings tumbling off his trunk.
So what was the verdict from Little O? Here’s what his lovely mum had to say…
My 12 month old absolutely loves this toy.
He enjoys putting the coloured rings on the elephants trunk and waiting for the response after each ring goes on, then taking them all off. He thinks it’s hilarious to press the tail and watch the rings fall off the trunk and hear the elephant say silly phrases. He also likes pressing the button at the end of the trunk and bouncing along to the songs.
As a mother, I think this toy is great fun, it’s interactive with bright colours. It teaches colours, numbers, shapes, fine-motor skills and gross-motor skills. I would highly recommend this toy – a fun learning toy!
The Stack & Tumble Elephant was released in July and is $29.95. For further information on LeapFrog and its products, visit www.leapfrog.com.au , or check out the LeapFrog news on Facebook LeapFrogAustralia and Instagram Leapfrogofficial.
Thanks to my wonderful sister in-law and my beautiful nephew for reviewing the LeapFrog Stack & Tumble Elephant.
Disclaimer: Little O received a Stack & Tumble Elephant to facilitate this review. This is not a paid/sponsored post and all opinions expressed are either my own or the reviewer’s own.