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The Fridge Phonics Magnetic Letter Set brings phonics skills to life with 26 singing, talking letters. Perfect for keeping little ones busy learning, the magnetic school bus and letter tiles stick to your fridge or any magnetic surface. Children can place each letter into the bus window and press it to hear Tad say the letter's name and sound. Press it twice and Tad will say a word that begins with the letter and then use the word in a sentence. Children can also press the music note to move and sing along to three learning songs, including the "Alphabet Song" and "Wheels on the Bus." Designed by LeapFrog experts for children ages 2 and older, Fridge Phonics reinforces alphabet knowledge, including letter names and sounds, which is an important first step in learning to read. Playing with the letter tiles, which are designed for easy manipulation by little hands, also helps strengthen fine motor and coordination skills.

Customer Reviews

Love it!

4 people found this helpful.
 on October 28, 2016
By Mary Beth Batson
Purchased this for my son because he loves toys that sing. He dances along to the music and doesn’t even realize that he is learning to count. We also have the school bus ABCs version which he also loves. The batteries last a long time and I love how everything is magnetic. I can just stick everything to the side of the fridge and he’s within sight and occupied while I’m cooking dinner, doing dishes, etc. We’ve also taken this along on road trips with us. Just tossed the pieces into a plastic bag, stuck everything on a sheet pan in the back seat with him and he played the entire time. Definitely a good purchase!

Must buy for you little one. =)

4 people found this helpful.
 on June 23, 2016
By Victoria
My child is right next to me as I type this review. He’s so excited seeing it on the computer. lol I have to say this is a MUST HAVE for your little toddler. We bought this for my son for Christmas. Two weeks after him playing with it he knew every letter of the alphabet. He was 20 months at the time. Now he is a little over 2 years old. He mostly just plays with the magnetic letters and not so much the bus, but when he first got it the bus was a big deal. Anyways, I think it is a great way to help your toddler learn the alphabet. =)

Really useful! So glad I bought this!

One person found this helpful.
 on October 6, 2016
By C. Hernandez
This is a great toy. I am totally anti-electronic toys… Yet this one won me over. My 3 year old is constantly asking “what’s this say” and she is becoming interested in letters and what sounds they make. This set allows her to check and recheck the letters as many times and she wants. The voice is not annoying to me. They give the letter and sound. If the letter makes mote than one sound (like C) both soinds are given which is very smart!

Great teaching tool.

One person found this helpful.
 on March 17, 2017
By MamaRae85
We just bought a third set so our youngest could use it. This is almost exclusively how our oldest son learned his letters, teaching him much more quickly than we did. He learned his letters so quickly with this that we just gave up and turned our attention to teaching him numbers! We have to help our younger son a bit more, so it’s not a miracle teacher, but it’s very helpful nonetheless, and they both have a lot of fun with it. The only downside -and I can’t really blame them for this- is that it only comes with one set of letters, so if you lose one you’re outta luck. Hence, “a third set”. Regardless, we love this, and since we’ve bought three over the last decade, we have some extra letters!

Great for learning!

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 26, 2016
By Kellie
I bought this for my twin girls when they were 18 months old and had to put it away for a while because all it was being used for was being tossed acrossed the room, etc. I recently brought it back out because they are 26 months old now. They are actually learning from it and aside from my more destructive twin occasionally still throwing the letters, actually playing with it. I recommend it if you have a child over the age of 2!

Fun and Educational

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 11, 2016
By EConnor
When my oldest son was a toddler I searched everywhere for this toy and couldn’t find it. I’m so happy that I found it here on Amazon for such a great price so that my youngest son can play with it. My son is eighteen months old and is into everything. This toy is a great distraction while I’m cooking dinner.

Fun and entertaining for our LO

 on February 16, 2017
By Carly B.
We got this for our daughter after she spent lots of time playing with our friends when we were visiting. I attempted to find the same one our friends had but it’s no longer made. This leapfrog version seemed to be very similar and possibly more educational as it teaches numbers (instead of just animal sounds). Our daughter started playing with it around 15 months. At that age it was a little more difficult to line up the tiles, but now at 18 months she has no problem fitting them in the basket. It sings songs, counts fruit/veggies, talks about the colors of the fruit/veggies, and even attempts a few fruit themed jokes. It has two volume settings. Sticks well to the fridge and dishwasher, but not too strong that she can’t pull it off if she wants to play with it on the floor. Good kitchen activity to keep her busy while I’m cooking.

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