Lydaz Whack A Frog Game for Kids, Developmental Interactive Pounding Toys with Music Lights – Toddlers Fine Motor Skill STEM Toys for Boys Girls 2 3 4 5 6 Years Old

February 28, 2020 - Comment

Classic Whack-A-Mole game!!! Whack a frog and score a point, pass and then challenge the harder levels, 1 or 2 people to play. Compete with friends and family members to see who can set the highest score and be the Whack-A-Frog champion. Don’t let any frog run away. Kids will love it! This toy provides

Classic Whack-A-Mole game!!!

Whack a frog and score a point, pass and then challenge the harder levels, 1 or 2 people to play. Compete with friends and family members to see who can set the highest score and be the Whack-A-Frog champion. Don’t let any frog run away. Kids will love it!

This toy provides hours of entertainment that can also help improve children’s concentration and hand-eye coordination as they try and get the best score they can by keeping track of the flashing frogs.

Tip: This whack a frog game needs 3 AAA batteries(not including), open the battery cover on the back with a screwdriver and install the battery before using. Remove the battery if not used for a long time

When you first start it up, different frogs light up, each giving a language option. When the language you prefer is spoken, simply press the corresponding frog. Then the game starts. There are two different types of gameplay to choose from, single-player and 2 players.

This awesome Interactive Whack A Frog Toy contains small parts and it’s advised children, especially those under the age of three, are closely supervised when within reach of this toy.

Product Features

  • Challenging Game: The Whack-A-Frog features two different game modes and a total of 38 different speed changing levels which will increase in difficulty as you progress. Get higher scores in 6 lives and then share to friends
  • Multifunction Game: Press the paw to play music and take a break during a tense game. If you think it is very noisy, but the kids want to play, you can press the mute button on the right side. The languages which can be selected are English, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese.
  • Unique Design: There are 4 suction cups behind the game machine, they can keep it in one place and shock absorption to make it last longer. What’s more, it can be sucked on smooth walls or glass to save space
  • Excellent!! This toy can help promote for 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 years old boy & girls hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, improve dexterity and exercise muscle when they pound the frogs with a hammer. A little frog lights up and children need to pound it with a soft hammer before the light goes out
  • Parent-Child Interactive Toy: Father will love to play it with kids, and he will help kids to pass next level. You can play whack a mole game at home without going to the pleasure ground.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Fun for everyone! We’re a “low screen time” family, so I’m always on the lookout for fun things to entertainment the kids. This is a huge hit! Very satisfying to pound frogs, and appeals to my 2 year old, 4 year old, and 6 year old!It takes 3 aa batteries, and those are not included.I appreciate the fact that you can turn the volume down or even off! I also really like the fact that the LCD screen can show its messages on a variety of languages- this might not matter to many people,…

Anonymous says:

Great gift and lots of fun with this frog game

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:31 Mins It is a very nice game that can be a great gift for kids. My daughters loved it and they had a lot of fun!We still don’t understand very well the display number, but it is very intuitive to use as you only need to kick the frogs when they bright with the light.I’m just not very sure that it will survive to a toddler if it falls down, so better to be near the little ones because is little big for a toddler to carry it.

Anonymous says:

My Toddler has a blast with this!!! I am so glad I discovered this! My toddler has been having a blast playing this whack a frog game! I have to admit, I’ve enjoyed playing it with him as well! 🙂 It seems to be pretty durable so far and it seems to be pretty well made! It’s kind of nostalgic! I remember doing the whack-a-mole at Chuck-E-Cheese when I was a kid! Great game for the kiddos! 🙂

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