1-3 Year80-06620090 DayPull or pop with this cute bug character for shape sorting fun! The Crazy Legs Learning Bugs educational toy has tethered shapes that push into their shape places and pop out with a push of the baby ladybug
Featuring a Learning Mode and a Music Mode, baby will be entertained with the light-up shape spots and the spinning baby bug that teaches shapes, counting, and even objects in nature.2 AA Batteries RequiredShape-sorter play pattern with attached shapes that won't get lostCute baby bug spins on mommy bug's backPull string stores in battery compartment until baby's readyCountingCrazy Legs Learning BugsDual Play ModeLearningLearning ToyObjectShapeVTech Holdings, LtdVtechhttp://www.vtech.com
This is a cute toy designed to look like a Mommy ladybug carrying a baby ladybug on her back, and it has a TON of features. From what I've been able to figure out so far, it has 2 modes, an "It's Learning Time" mode, labled with an open book, and a "Let's Explore" mode, labled with music notes. The Learning Time mode will say things like, "Where is the square?" and then make a clapping sound when the square is pushed. When you push the baby ladybug down, it will change from shapes to natu..
We bought this for our daughter for Christmas last year when she was 9 months and it is still around a year later. It is definitely a cute toy but it can be very overstimulating for the child and I've finally realized that children learn most from simple one task toys. Each shape has multiple meanings and sounds. She can now put the shapes on and likes when she pushes down on the top bug and all the shapes pop out. I just wish it was quieter and less annoying!
This toy is great! Exactly what I expected from a VTech toy. It does carry a similar vibe to the Airplane toy and Laptop that they sell, but who cares? The kids love it and it's a different shape and does different things.Some previous reviewers mentioned that the toy doesn't come with a pull string. I thought mine came without one also until I read the manual which told me that the pull string is stowed inside the battery compartment so that you can pull it out once your child is ready f..