100 Things That Go Review (LeapFrog)

100 Things That Go
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What It Is

Expanding once again on its 100 Words Book, now LeapFrog is helping toddlers and preschoolers explore 100 Things That Go. Through this interactive book, kids will hear more than 100 words about modes of transportation, from dog sleds and dump trucks to skates and school buses. There are six double-sided, touch-sensitive pages to explore, with vocabulary in both English and Spanish. Just flip the language switch to hear words, phrases, and descriptions in either language. This book has three play modes to guide kids through words, sounds, and fun facts. And when kids press the light-up star, they'll hear two learning songs. Each page has bright and colorful illustrations, and all kids have to do is touch a picture to activate the learning fun. The book's carry handle makes this easy to bring along when kids are riding around in their own thing that goes.

Is It Fun?

As with LeapFrog's other interactive books, 100 Things That Go is easy for small hands to activate, and there is a lot to keep little ones busy and entertained. We like that there are three play modes, as well as the options for English and Spanish. And it's easy to take this toy on the go. This is a great way to introduce kids to early vocabulary.

Who It’s For

The 100 Things That Go book is for ages 18 months and up.

What To Be Aware Of

This includes 2 AA batteries for the in-store try-me features, so you may want to replace them before you play for best results.

The book has two levels of volume.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy