LeapFrog Alpha Pup Pink
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LeapFrog Alpha Pup Pink

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  • Helps children become familiar with letters and words while walking

  • Interactive letter buttons enable kids to hear letter sounds and words

  • Floppy fabric ears and a wagging tail give this cute friend lots of character

  • Helps teach and develop the alphabet, phonics, and gross motor skills

  • Play three fun learning songs as you enjoy walking the pup along

Experience the ABC’s with your new best friend! AlphaPup™ is the perfect learning companion, walking and talking the ABC’s with your child. AlphaPup™ sounds out each letter and introduces letter names, words that begin with each letter and darling doggie phrases. Features AlphaPup™ sings the alphabet and sounds out letters and words for children to provide early exposure to phonics basics and early vocabulary. Colorful interactive buttons, wobbly paw-shaped wheels and a tail that wags further engage children and help develop motor skills. Little fingers can press colorful buttons to hear letters A to Z sounded out, words that begin with each letter and fun phrases that include these words. Press the letter “W,” for example, and hear "W! Walk! I love going on walks with you!” Plus, children can press a doggie button to hear cute dog sayings and a music note button to play three learning songs. Learning Difference Take the ABC’s for a walk! Explore the alphabet with each key press and sing along to the ABC song. Phonics Press the letter keys on the toy to hear each letter’s name, its letter sound, and a word that begins with that letter. Gross Motor Skills Three songs play as you pull the toy along. The songs stop when you stop, and they play when you walk, which makes walking a musical and fun play experience. Teaches: The Alphabet Children who can recognize letters with confidence have an easier time learning letter sounds and word spellings. Phonics skills To read independently, children must understand the relationship between the sounds in spoken words and the letters that represent those sounds. Gross Motor Skills As children learn to roll over, sit, stand, and even dance, they are developing the ability to coordinate their large muscles. Age 12+ months Requires 3 AAA alkaline batteries (not included)
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