Family Two Minute Review: Water & Count Vegetable Garden from...

Two Minute Review: Water & Count Vegetable Garden from LeapFrog

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It’s time for our Two Minute Review of the Water & Count Vegetable Garden from LeapFrog.

Keep your little gardener busy from sun up to sun down with colourful pieces in this exciting role-play garden.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

The Water & Count Vegetable Garden teaches young children about numbers, counting, plants and colours.

Drop, pull up or press the radish, onion and carrot to build fine motor skills while learning about colours, size and counting.

Turn the book page to explore the plant life cycle and learn what plants need to grow.

Tilt the watering can and it will light up and play a garden song while little ones pretend to water the plants.

Hear different times of the day and practice planting each vegetable.

All of the LeapFrog range are great for small children – they are colourful, they make lots of noises and they teach them various things – what more could you ask for?

With Christmas coming up this would make a great present, and will give your child hours and hours of fun learning experiences.

The Water & Count Vegetable Garden is a lot of fun for children aged 6 months and up.

Available now priced around £29.99.

You can learn more from the LeapFrog website.

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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