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<div class="aplus"> <div class="leftImage" style="width: 250px;"><div id="image0"><img src="" alt="Prepare toddlers for early milestones with Leap, including potty training, bedtime routines, feelings, emotions and more!" height="180" width="210"><div class="imageCaption">Prepare toddlers for early milestones including potty training, bedtime routines, feelings, emotions, and more.</div></div></div> <div class="rightImage" style="width: 250px;"><div id="image1"><img src="" alt="Recommended for toddlers age 2-3 years old."><div class="imageCaption">Recommended for toddlers age 2 to 3 years old.</div></div></div> <h5><div id="header0">LeapReader Junior Toddler Milestones Book Set</div></h5> <p><div id="text0">Being a toddler means lots of big, new experiences?socially, emotionally, and physically. Toddler Milestones Book Set is here to help. Each sturdy board book features beloved characters, sing-along songs and an interactive story that helps toddlers up to age four approach big milestones. These milestones include potty training in Leap?s New Potty, nighttime routines in Count Leap to Sleep!, understanding and communicating feelings in How Are You Feeling and being a sibling in Things to Do with Baby. Each story features Leap and other beloved LeapFrog characters acting out these experiences. Toddlers can listen and interact with the illustrations to help them understand and better relate to the milestone. This book set is for use with the LeapReader Junior book pal and is compatible with the Tag Junior book pal (sold separately).</div></p> <h5><div id="header1">Potty Training and Nighttime Routines </div></h5> <p><div id="text1">Leap's New Potty introduces routines and vocabulary helpful for potty training?from the ?wiggly? feeling that gives toddlers the sign to ?go? to healthy bathroom habits. Toddlers can interact with illustrations to hear funny sound effects, and a sing-along song encourages toddlers in their potty training. Count Leap to Sleep introduces nighttime routines using numbered steps. Toddlers can count along with numbers up to 10, interact with characters and listen to a calm ?Goodnight Song.?</div></p> <h5><div id="header2">Being a Sibling and Toddler Emotions</div></h5> <p><div id="text2">Things to Do with Baby features interactive questions and activities designed to help toddlers think about the fun things they can do now with their new sibling. They can also play a sweet sing-along song to learn about differences between big kids and babies. How Are You Feeling? introduces toddlers to a range of emotions; as you read, discover how Leap feels in different situations. Each of Leap's feelings has its own song that features phrases toddlers can use to communicate their own feelings.</div></p> <div class="break"> </div> <h5><div id="header3">Teaches</div></h5> <div id="list0"><ul><li>Toilet training: Readies toddlers for toilet training, and helps build their self-confidence as they take a big step toward independence.</li><li>Adjusting to a new sibling: Helps toddlers learn about their new place in the family, and how to bond with a new sibling.</li><li>Bedtime routines: Introduces toddlers to bedtime routines using numbered steps.</li><li>Feelings and emotions: Children learn to notice and communicate their feelings and gradually become aware of others' emotions.</li></ul></div> </div> Read More

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