*Internet connection required to personalize Scout/Violet with your child's name and favorite items or to change songs.
Learning First Words
Learning common names for colors, shapes, animals, and so on, helps children understand and describe the world.
Learning about numbers
Children are introduced to number names and number order through counting games and activities.
Introducing Daily Routines
Learning about daily routines help children develop a sense of time and sequence.
Learning about Feelings
Even very young children can begin to recognize and express their feelings, as well as the feelings of others.
We got this toy for my one-year-old and she loves it! You can program in your child's name, favorite color, favorite animal, and favorite food. You can also select five songs for it to play and five different lullabyes (for a total of ten personalized songs). My little one's favorite song is the one that spells her name. The toy is just AWESOME!
We LOVE Violet. This is one of the best toys our daughter has ever received and nobody seems to know about it!!
As a proud parent of a 2-year old I didn't really think my daughter needed another stuffed animal, even one that could say her name. Violet was a gift just prior to a cross-country flight and I have to say I was wrong. She is amazing!!
Violet is easy to set up and Leap Frog has done a great job with their names database - my daughter's name, Maren, is not one that I'll find on keychains or cups throughout her life but it was a choice when setting Violet up (and also for Tag Junior as that is also a Leap Frog toy). Violet is a welcome addition to our life in the house and in the car. She has two volume settings both of which are pretty indoor-friendly (even airplane friendly) and she is not nearly as annoying as one little red $60 monster who constantly needs help getting up.
My daughter loves pushing Violet's paws to get to the song she wants to hear and I can't wait for her to learn how to spell her name with Violet's help. You can select 5 different songs, your child's favorite animal, food and color.By C. Bradley