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Leapfrog Lettersaurus

Product code: 80-607473
£22.99
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Learning letters is great With the lettersaurus. This adorable alphabet dinosaur has colourful letter buttons on his back that lets kids explore letter names and the sounds they make. Spinning the tail wheel introduces numbers and plays a counting song. For more music, pressing the light-up Star button plays three upbeat songs. The dinosaur toy is also a pull toy that turns his head side-to-side as he wobbles along. Intended for ages 18 months - 4 years. Requires 2 AA batteries. Batteries included For demo purposes only, new batteries recommended for regular use.

INTERACTIVE TOY: LeapFrog's Lettersaurus is a cute dinosaur toy designed to introduce your baby to letters, numbers and their sounds while discovering cause and effect - and of course, having loads of fun

LETTERS AND NUMBERS TOY: Pressing the 26 letter buttons introduces letters and their sounds and spinning the wheel on the Dino's tail introduces numbers and plays a cute song

BABY MUSICAL TOY: Press the light up star button to sing along with the adorable Dino as he sings an ABC, counting or a fun Dino song

PULL ALONG TOY: Kids can take their dino buddy for a walk using the pull string and see his head move side-to-side as he wobbles along

IDEAL GIFT FOR TODDLERS: This cute interactive toddler toy is the perfect gift for a second birthday or Christmas, as it is specifically designed to support their development between 18 months and 4 years; 2 AA batteries required (included)

Age: 18 months - 4 years

WARNING: Packaging ties are not part of this toy. For your child's safety, remove and discard the packaging ties before giving this toy to your child. To be used under the supervision of an adult. Colour and content may vary. This product conforms to the safety requirements of ASTM F963, EN71 and the Canadian Hazardous Products (Toys) Regulations.

 
 
 
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