What is it
Join animal friends Turtle, Tiger and Monkey as they explore new vocabulary in the Learning Friends 100 Words Book™. Explore the colourful pages and touch each picture to hear the animals say toddler-appropriate words along with exciting facts and sound effects. Immerse your child in bilingual play by sliding the language switch to hear the words, songs and instructions in French. Touch the pictures to hear silly sound effects in Fun Sounds mode or press the light-up star button to hear two learning songs.
Discover new vocabulary with the Learning Friends 100 Words Book™ from LeapFrog® ! Touch the words on each page to hear animals introduce every word in both English and Spanish. Press the pictures on each page to hear the animals say toddler-appropriate words chosen by learning experts.
What our team of testers said
"Oh wow, look at these animals!" - Girl, aged 3
"Hippo, dog, cat, horsey." - Boy, aged 2
- Builds vocabulary
- Great for listening and attention skills
- Introduces children to the French language
What our experts think
A fun and interactive book that helps children with word recognition and builds their vocabulary. Learning words in categories helps children to develop an awareness of word relationships, for example by learning words for different objects that can be found ‘outside’.
Our testers enjoyed listening to the different facts when they pressed the buttons as it helped to develop their knowledge around different words, which is key for increasing their vocabulary. Adults found the book great for developing children’s interest in learning French, as it is very colourful and speaks loud and clear. It also encourages independence as it is easy for children to use on their own, although we found it good used one-to-one with adult engagement.
- RRP: £19.99
- Brands: Leapfrog
- Key Features:
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: .Toys
Electronic & app toys
- Types of skills developed: Categorisation & comparison
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Learning to read
Learning to talk
Learning to write
Listening and attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Understanding the world