My Daughter is a totally girly girl with a toy box full of dolls and kitchenware. Therefore, I wasn’t quite sure if she would want to play with the Scout’s Build & Discover by LeapFrog. Today’s post is sponsored by LeapFrog and is part of the ” Educational Toys for Toddler Series”. This post may contain Affiliate links and all opinions expressed below is based on my experience with this brand.
However, to my surprise, she loves playing with Scout’s Build & Discover by LeapFrog with her big brothers. She likes to take it apart and then rebuild, it again. The toy includes 5 tools hammer, ruler, saw, screwdriver and wrench and she enjoys using them all as she restores Scout’s house. I love watching her hammer in the nails, turn the little but wrench, and measure each side. Sometimes she will even sing along to the number song and replay back to Scout automated comments.
Here’s why the Scout’s Build & Discover and excellent Educational Toy for Toddlers.
Build and rebuild – Measure, tighten, hammer and more to build Scout a doghouse. Take it apart and do it again!
Match colors – Match colors to find the right tool for each job. Use the red wrench on the red bolt, and so on.
Build number skills – Count nails, measure walls, sing along to the number song and more as Scout talks, sings and encourages exploration.
Use 5 tools – Build with 5 included tools—a hammer, ruler, saw, screwdriver and wrench—and learn what they do.
Complete the job -Build from the ground up: put up the walls, then add the roof for floor-to-ceiling fun.