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LeapFrog Melody the Musical Turtle

LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. - http://www.leapfrog.com/

$19.99     Buy Now

Age range   2 years thru 5 years      

Toy Type   AE -- Active Toy   ES -- Educational Skills   GE -- Game   ID -- Game  

A modern mix of classic memory and hot potato play with a musical twist. Ten musical activities prompt toddlers to find numbers and colors, repeat patterns from memory, and create tunes by pressing light-up buttons on Melody's shell. With layers of gameplay, Melody is a highly engaging toy that kids will want to play over and over again. It caters to different skill levels and ages as the activities progress up the levels. Ten snappy musical activities prompt toddlers to find numbers and colors, repeat patterns from memory, and create turtle-rific tunes by pressing light-up buttons on Melody's shell. Melody the Musical Turtle offers 3 fast-action learning modes. Little ones can listen and look for numbers and colors in Learn & Play mode, racing to find as many as they can before the music ends. In Memory Games, children watch Melody's buttons light up and see if they can repeat the patterns. Patterns get longer the further they go. Music mode offers 2 ways to play. Little ones can follow Melody's lights to play 8 familiar tunes, and then improvise in Free Play. Melody the Musical Turtle can be played alone or with a parent or friend. Single-player games encourage toddlers to race the music and find as many answers as they can. In 2-player games, little ones can share the fun by passing the turtle quickly back and forth to top their best score. Exciting bonus rounds after every game keep kids playing, laughing and learning. Requires four AA batteries to operate (demo batteries are included).




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