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Leap Frog Rock n’Learn Party

I was recently asked to have a party with my friend’s kids to show off the new Leap Frog Rockin Guitar and Touch Magic Learning Bus. We had to combine with another party so that all the kids had something to do, but all the kids actually played with the Rock n’Learn toys. We had a few snacks and played outside, as well. We were asked to make a video for the Rockin’ Guitar Video Contest, but the kids were a little shy. It seems like anyone can enter until 11/30/12. You enter to win $500! You can also vote daily to be entered into the weekly drawing for Touch Magic Toys valued at $100. (I may still see if I can get my kiddos to make a video together to enter!)

Touch Magic Rockin’ Guitar:

Little touches. Big learning.™
• Amp up the learning fun and create and perform music while building motor skills and confidence!
• Includes guitar, percussion and special effect sounds—even applause.
• Ten different learning songs let little musicians layer in sounds and create their own unique music.
• The Touch Magic Rockin’ Guitar is appropriate for children ages 3+ years.
• Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning.

Touch Magic Learning Bus:

Little touches. Big learning.™
• Hop on board for fun with the alphabet, early vocabulary, motor skills and learning songs!
• Make a movement or touch a sensor to activate the bus and get the learning journey rolling.
• Switch between 3 modes: Learning, Letter Exploration and Music, which includes fun sing-along songs about the alphabet, motion and more.
• The Touch Magic Learning Bus is appropriate for children ages 2+ years.
• Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning.

Both of these toys are rated 2-4 yrs old as the suggested ages. To be honest, all of my kids like playing with them and they are 3-7. As you can see in the above pictures, even an 11 month old had fun playing with the toys. They’re extremely easy to use, because they are touch sensitive and they do a good job of holding the attention of the child. They are both priced at $24.99 on the Leap Frog website. I’m sure they would make a great birthday or Christmas present for that little one you need to shop for. Since I’m teaching the 3 yr old his alphabet right now, it’s another great learning tool to incorporate into our home school learning time. My kids still play with these toys all the time and we’ve had them in our house for probably 2 months now.

Note: I was given Magic Touch toys in order to facilitate my party and review. All opinions are my own.

About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a "baby "chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she's still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She's since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.


  1. I like that the actual age range extends up a bit. What a fun time everyone had!
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  2. That looks fun! I love Leap Frog products, so I’ll have to look at these!
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