Who prancles like that?
Two frogs run and prance side by side. Which one will jump higher? The frogs canter one after the other. When one goes up, the second goes down. Together they have six wheels located non-centrally, which means that they don’t turn regularly. To make the frogs move pull on the string which acts as a rein. When the toy moves, it resembles frogs running. The imitation of animal movements introduces a child to animal world who takes interest in it, learns to appreciate it and notices the behaviours of animals. The whole body is involved while playing with the toy thus contributing to the development of gross motor skills. These frogs can be great companions when a child takes its first steps.