LeapFrog Poppin' Play Piano
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- Select from 8 instruments and silly sounds to explore music, colour, number and song modes
- Count along from 1 to 8 and play along with 8 fun preschool songs
- When pressed, each of the 8 coloured keys makes a corresponding ball pop up
- Appropriate for children ages 12+ months
- Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customised learning insights and ideas to expand the learning
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|Item Dimensions||30.58 x 13.94 x 17.81 cm||6.1 x 16.51 x 23.37 cm||—||18.42 x 13 x 18.77 cm||39 x 32.5 x 45 cm||12.06 x 17.46 x 20.02 cm|
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The colorful Poppin' Play Piano intrigues little learners with its lively music and exciting popping action. When children press any of the eight piano keys, a corresponding coloured ball pops up, providing an entertaining way to learn about colours, music, and numbers. The Poppin' Play Piano features eight tunes, four learning modes (music, colours, numbers, and songs), and more than 30 different fun interactions. Appropriate for children aged 12 months and over.
Children can learn to count from one to eight and identify numbers and colours by name as they explore and interact with eight enjoyable preschool tunes. Naming colours gives children words to describe themselves and their world, fostering language development. The Poppin' Play Piano toy encourages children to use their imaginations, and helps to develop a sense of self-expression and creativity. Meanwhile, pressing the colourful buttons strengthens their little fingers and exercises fine motor skills.
Musical expression and empowerment
As children listen to the eight included preschool tunes, they're encouraged to count and sing along. With each press of the brightly-coloured Poppin' Play Piano keys, matching colour balls take flight.
In number mode, keys respond to touch by singing and counting out each key's number. Colour mode exposes children to colours. Music mode empowers children to experiment with the action and reaction of the ball-popping tubes and be creative in their musical expression. Finally, song mode allows children to use the keyboard to explore the different songs, which include "Pop Goes the Weasel" and "A-Tisket, A-Tasket". Once the song starts, children can play, listen, or sing along to the fun music.
An innovative approach to learning
LeapFrog learning toys are designed by in-house educational experts and grounded in the latest research for the richest possible learning experiences. Promoting learning through play taps into children's natural curiosity and inspires them to explore. Making and listening to music can increase a child's creativity, as well as supporting language and physical development.
1 x Poppin' Play Piano
3 x AAA Batteries
1 x Parent Guide
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The twist on the usual piano toy is that every time a key is hit, a little hammer sends a coloured ball up a tube. This movement really grabs the attention of both my 10 month old and 2.11 year old, they both enjoy bashing it. It is a very sturdy toy and feels durable.
There are four settings:
- colour: pressing a key results in the corresponding colour being sung;
- numbers: pressing a key results in the corresponding number being sung;
- instrument: pressing a key selects selects an instrument and then the toy can be played like a keyboard (the least annoying setting);
- song: pressing a key selects a Leapfrog-authored song (ie not traditional songs or nursery rhymes). All the songs are, in my opinion, awful and I'm not looking forward to the day my children work out how to use this setting.
I genuinely think that the first two settings will encourage my youngest to learn his numbers and colours, so there is educational value above and beyond a standard keyboard, and the balls are very attractive to little ones. It is a very good toy - once muted!
She's too young for the numbers and colours teaching to be relevant, but if she's happily banging away at the keys and she starts to associate some things together then it certainly won't do any harm. Hopefully she'll stay as keen on this toy in the future (obviously not too far into the future) as she is now, and it will start to have a little educational benefit too.
Other reviewers have said it is loud. I see their point, it's quite loud in the loudest of the two settings- maybe that's part of the appeal... the volume control (high/low/off) seems to have been designed for adult fingers though, it's not easy for the child to change that setting even though it's a visible button on the top of the piano, so you can be fairly sure if you set it to the quieter mode then it will stay in the quieter mode- and I didn't think that mode was too loud to be honest. It's not super-quiet, admittedly, but it's no louder than the other noise-making toys we've got.
The bouncing balls is a bit of a novelty. It's perhaps a little bit too easy to hit the keys hard enough to make the ball reach the top, but other than that it's a nice appealing cause-and-effect trick that our daughter seems to really enjoy.
You get a choice of different sounds in piano mode- so instead of just getting a piano noise, you can optionally have an organ, or a synthesizer (that was a surprise), or 'silly noises'. Some of these are actually surprisingly good, and the fact you can play multiple notes at the same time is good too. All you'd need are the black keys and you'd almost have a proper keyboard!
It's well built, not too heavy, and although it looks quite garish in Amazon's photos it's not that unpleasant to look at in real life.
I was very impressed with this and it definitely gets our daughter's sticky fingers of approval.
This was originally obtained for my 10 month old. However, my 4 year old gets equal, if not more enjoyment from it. It's a lovely toy, one I would definitely recommend.
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Wish there was a volume switch as it is so loud!!