Channel Fun Learning Remote
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Channel Fun Learning Remote™

Ages 6-36 months
Explore commercial-free learning with a remote that introduces letters and numbers through playful, pretend programming.
Channel Fun Learning Remote
Channel Fun Learning Remote™, Quick Start Guide

Curriculum: Various

Publisher: LeapFrog

Toy

MSRP   $12.99

Details

Stream the learning with the Channel Fun Learning Remote™! Explore the nine buttons on this role-play remote controller to hear over 100 phrases, sounds and music while building hand strength and coordination. Flip between channels to explore engaging activities that introduce numbers and letters through pretend T.V. shows. Switch to the foreign movies channel to hear common French, Spanish and Mandarin phrases translated into English or listen and dance to salsa, disco and country music on the music channel. Need help to decide what to watch? Press the paw button and tune in to a talk show featuring phrases from your puppy pal. Don't forget to roll the rainbow spinner for a colorful light show and hear color names too!

Tune in to Pretend Play
Slide, press and click buttons just like a real remote control.

International Films
Hear phrases in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin.

Letterrific
Sing along to the ABC song to explore letters.

America’s Next Top Dancer
Participate in a pretend dance contest and boogie to salsa, disco and country music.

Music Streaming
Count along from 1 to 10 with a sing-along song.

Time for a Talk Show
Tune in to hear phrases from your puppy pal!

Wheel of Colors
Spin the rainbow roller to explore color names.

Batteries
  • 2 AA Batteries

Teaches

Skills
  • Colors
  • Counting
  • Letters
The Learning Difference

"Channel Fun Learning Remote™ is a playful alternative for children who love the buttons and interactivity of remote controls. Nine buttons and a colorful wheel encourage sensory play and the exploration of colors, counting, musical styles and phrases in multiple languages." Pamela Gourley-Delaney, Ph.D., LeapFrog Learning Expert

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