WASH UP TIME

Soak up fun and learning with LeapFrog's Scrub & Play smart sink. Pretend to wash the dishes In the sink and count from one to ten by adding the pretend soap.
£34.99
SKU
80-608103
THEY'LL DO THE CLEANING! LeapFrog Scrub & Play is a great role play toy to learn shapes, colours and counting, as well as becoming familiar with day-to-day household chores whilst having fun! LIKE A REAL SINK: This children's kitchen sink has all the features you would expect: a soap pump, drying rack for colour and shape sorting, a dishwasher that speaks, a light up tap and many more! EDUCATIONAL TOY: Count from 1 to 10 with the soap pump, match size and colour while loading the plates into the correct slots in the drying rack and develop fine motor skills when scrubbing the dishes ENCOURAGE IMAGINATIVE PLAY: Ideal toy to for pretend play and encourage creativity. This kids kitchen sink comes with numerous of accessories to discover and play with - your little one won't want to stop scrubbing! AGE SUITABILITY, STORAGE & BATTERIES: Once playtime is over, all pretend food and accessories can be stored in this toy kitchen sink's drawer. Designed for kids aged 2 and over. Requires 2 AA batteries (included) Soak up fun and learning with LeapFrog's Scrub & Play smart sink. Pretend to wash the dishes In the sink and count from one to ten by adding the pretend soap. Learn about colours and sizes when matching the plates to their slots in the drying rack. Load up the dishwasher and choose the cycle. One, two, three! Hear fun responses when opening and closing the door. Practice following directions by pressing the Star activity button to get some clean-up suggestions. Wash the green Plate! Water sounds make clean-up time feel real. Everything stores neatly when playtime is done. This toy contains electronics and is not a water toy. Intended for ages 2-5years. Requires 3 AA batteries. Batteries included For demo purposes only. New batteries recommended for regular use.
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EAN 3417766081032
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