LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Lett…


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Anonymous My 2 year old loves this!

Del the Grandma My grandson is 10 months and he loves to play with the letters. He tries to make the sounds and sing the songs. Although he can't pernounce most of the letters, he is already trying and I know he will soon because he has a few letters already. The only thing I didn't like is that I thought it came with the numbers but it didn't.

Travis Fridge Phonics was given to my 2 year old nephew for his 2nd birthday. The learning game is very durable and entertaining for him, although with 26 individual pieces, it can be a chore to keep after.

J&B's Mommy Fridge Phonics was given to my 2 year old nephew for his 2nd birthday. The learning game is very durable and entertaining for him, although with 26 individual pieces, it can be a chore to keep after.

my4shorties I bought this for my now 7 year old when she was 1 years old, this is obviously an updated version, but works the same. It kept her entertained for at least 15-30 mins at a time all while she was learning phonics. She is now 7 years old and STILL plays with it. When she learned how to read she would spell words on the fridge and if she wasn't sure about a spelling she used the phonics part of it to see if it was the correct letter.



As of last year we have a new addition to our family who just turned 1 and we will be introducing it to her. She was a preemie so any developmental/educational toys are important and beneficial to her and this or any leapfrog product will help her.



FYI - There is a also a leapfrog video that teaches phonics and words that we used for our now 11 year old who struggled with reading at 5 years old. After the 2nd time watching it she had the phonics video memorized. It's fun for the kids, very encouraging and motivating all while they are learning. I believe the video is called tad's letter factory (for phonics) and tad's word factory

Ashlee teacher and mom I bought this for my 5 year old daughter when she was just going to turn a year and she loved it and played with it all the time. She would play it so much that I replaced the batteries numerous times in the 4 years we've had it. Not only was she able to identify letters, write them by age 2, and tell me how they sound phonetically, she also loved singing the songs along with Leap. Now I have another daughter who is just about 9 months and starting to get around and already she loves the music it plays. I think it is one of the greatest inventions and everytime a friend of mine has a child who is turning one, I buy it for them. It is highly recommended, the only thing I guess I could say is a con, is how annoying it got to hear the song over and over again...("E, E says eh, E says eh, Every letter makes a sound, E says eh) LOL! Go buy it!

momofCIJN I have 4 kids, my youngest 3 use this daily. Our Kithchen is centrally located and i have palced the magnets on the side of the stove. (I checked first, it doesn't get hot and they doen't use it when I cook.) They are ages 6,3 and 1. My three year old loves to spell with this even if he doesn't know any words to spell yet and my youngest loves the music. Only draw back is they do want to spell and unfortunatly simple first words like mom and dad you can't spell out because there are only 26 letters provided. An option to buy extra vowels or extra,common constinants RSTLN would be nice. I think this product could be expanded to read simple words that would be GREAT

med My son learned uppercase letters of the alphabet at age two by playing with this toy. He got it for Christmas last year and by March I realized he knew all the uppercase letters. He still plays with it at age three. I only wish it included the lowercase letters as well.

scanpennett I purchased this for my son when he was around 14 months. I also purchased the Leep Frog Fridge Words which comes with upper & lower case letters that are interchangable with this toy. At 18 months my son can tell you (all day long) what each upper & lower case letter is (with the exception of "w" because he just can't spit that one out yet but, he can identify it) and what sound it makes. My son is speach delayed and only had a few words at 18 months. Now at 19 months, he has around 10 words and I credit this toy for that. My son was recently evaluated by verious specialists because of his speach delay and yes he was significantly speach delayed but they said his "letter skills" were that of a 3-4 year old. B

BREE MY SON IS 2 YEARS OLD NOW. HE HAD THIS FRIDGE PHONICS SINCE BIRTH. AS HE BECAME OF AGE TO PLAY WITH IT, HE WOULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. HE KNEW HIS ALPHABET BEFORE HE COULD TALK CLEARLY. AND TO MY SURPRISE BY THE TIME MY SON WAS ONE AND A HALF, HE KNEWW ALL THE LETTERS AND THEIR SOUNDS. HE IS IN DAYCARE AND HIS TEACHER COULD NOT BELIEVE IT. SHE CALLS HIM THE PHONICS GUY, BECAUSE THERE ARE THREE YEAR OLD IN HIS DAY CARE THAT DOES NOT KNOW HALF OF WHAT MY SON KNOWS THANKS TO FRIDGE PHONICS. I AM BUYING THE NUMBERS AND WORDS, AND MY SON WILL BE READING BY THREE.



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