Learn & Groove Musical Table Product Details
Leap Frog Learn & Groove Musical Table
The Leap Frog Learn & Groove Musical Table - a favorite among moms and kis alike, engagtes and entertains with more than 40 learning songs, sparkling lights, and plenty of opportunities to spin, slide, push, and pull.
In learning mode, babies and toddlers will feel like maestros, because each tap or pull elicits letters, numbers from 1 to 10, colors and opposites - in either English or Spanish. Flip the page to Music mode and your baby can move and groove to more than 40 songs and melodies, including nursery rhymes, real instrument sounds and upbeat dance tunes. Babies can begin learning and exploring on the floor and then graduate to standing play.
What It Is And Why You Need It
- Musical Table babies and toddlers will love because its entertaining and colorful
- It plays songs from a selection of more than 40 tunes
- It announces letters, numbers, and colors in either English or Spanish when your baby taps on the table
- Flip the page on top of the table to Music Mode and yoru baby will hear selections from more than 40 learning songs
- Engages and entertains children ages 6 months to 3 years
- Babies can begin learning and exploring on the floor, and graduate to standing play when they're able
- Numbers, letters, and colors are announced in either Spanish or English
Learning Skills Devloped by the Musical Table:
Infants string sounds together to imitate language. Later they use these sound strings to represent things in the world (baba for bottle). As toddlers they progressively build vocabulary and begin to learn the principles of word order (red ball, not ball red).
Knowing the letters of the alphabet is one of the first steps toward learning to read and write. Introducing letters to young children helps them learn to recognize the different shapes and names - an early indicator for reading achievement.
Exposure to foreign languages at a young age can help children understand their own language better. Studies show that children who are bilingual or who study foreign languages enjoy increased academic achievement and perform better on standardized tests
Cause and Effect
Children progress from a simple observation of action and reaction (spin the wheel to hear music) to a deeper understanding of cause and effect (germs make you sick). Cause and effect is important because it signals that a child can perceive hidden or abstract forces on objects.
Learning color names and matching them consistently to the right color develops by around the age of 2 to 3 years. When children eventually come to understand the concepts of color they can then use that information to categorize shapes, patterns and other visual information.
Exploration and Curiosity
Toddlers use their curiosity and logical reasoning skills to solve everyday problems. By investigating all sorts of possibilities, they develop unexpected solutions and creative problem-solving strategies.
From birth, children love music and even prefer it to speech. Apart from the obvious joy of music there are a number of surprising benefits to listening to music: it helps develop language, problem solving skills, memory, and physical coordination.
Fine Motor Skills
The development and coordination of small, refined muscle movements allow infants and toddlers to use their thumb and forefinger to grasp small objects, paint and eventually learn to write.
Gross Motor Skills
Gross motor development includes the ability to control large muscles, like those used for sitting up and crawling, and later, for walking, running and jumping.
Infants and toddlers experience the world using all of their senses. However, vision is by far the main sense that they use. As they explore their environment babies examine objects, recongize people and learn about depth and movement. Taste and touch are also important senses for babies.
At around the age of 2 children begin to develop self-esteem. Children who feel loved and have their opinions valued have a sense of self worth. It also gives then the confidence to learn, build strong relationships and respect other people.
Identifying and manipulating shapes lays the foundation for geometry by giving children concrete experience with angles, symmetry and relative sizes.
Early Number Sense
As early as 6 months, babies begin to understand the concept of numbers, noticing small groups of one, two or three things. As children develop number sense they learn to count by ones, skip count and count backwards, gaining the foundation for operations. Children who have good number sense find learning operations like addition and subtraction much easier.
Manufactured by: LeapFrog
Warranty provided by: LeapFrog
Mfg Part No: 10205
UPC No: 708431102057
Box Size: ( Length:0, Width:0, Depth:0)
Shipping Weight: 5.9500 pound(s)
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