Saturday, 26 April 2014

LeapFrog Musical Rainbow Tea Party Competition

Children love playing tea party games; they get out all the toys and want them to join in the fun.  When mine were little I had to make up small plates of raisins, biscuits and crisps for them to share with their favourite cuddlies (any excuse for more food for them to gobble up really!!!).

Well to save the mess of using real food (and water!) this toy from LeapFrog is fabulous.  The teapot lights up and sings and the colourful cake means they have some “tasty” play food to serve at the party.


The set is good value for £19.99 you get the sweet teapot, two tea cups and the cake with different coloured icing and fruits on top cut into six portions on a plate.  It is such a pretty set perfect for princess tea parties.


The Musical Rainbow Tea Party is perfect for role-play but also very educational.  The talking teapot teaches children about colours, manners (my boys need a little refinement in this area!) and counting.  But it is all packaged in such an appealing way they will never guess how much learning they are doing whilst they play!

If you would like to win complete the rafflecopter below for a chance to enjoy tea parties in style from now on.  The competition will close on the 10th of May.

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138 comments:

  1. My little guy has autism and is just starting to enjoy imaginative play which is a great achievement, he would love this xxx

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  2. Tanya Camilleri26 April 2014 at 09:01

    We love ed tea parties. We usually host them in a home made den and invite all the toys

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  3. Around the little plastic table with their cuddly toys and one of my tablecloths.

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  4. on a picnic blanket surrounded by teddy bears

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  5. With real food and water, which goes everywhere!! And outside, inside, in a play tent, at the table, on the floor, pretty much anywhere and everywhere!

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  6. With lots of teddy bears!

    Ashleigh

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  7. i have twins so they play together taking in terns serving each other x

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  8. In the garden in the play house :)

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  9. on a picnic blanket either out on the lawn or in the middle of my lounge with the babies (dolls) x

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  10. serving any visitor who may call during their tea party!

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  11. They are only 16 months old but my twins Amber and Ethan love playing and she in particular copies everything I do

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  12. My two girls play tea parties in the bath!!! Yes lol They often make me a latte topped with bubbles!

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  13. with the teddies and dolls mostly

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  14. our 3 year old grand-daughter likes to involve all the toys and any grown-ups who are about but if we're not careful she starts pouring her won drink from toy cup to toy kettle and then back again and usually ends up with a sticky mess

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  15. MY granddaughter who lives with me all ways has tea parties with her tea sets in the garden :)

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  16. Must have mud cake with sticks.. worms.. so delicious..

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  17. we have them in the garden with my daughters dolls

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  18. When mine were younger they used to love including us in their tea parties and we had to pretend to eat so much cake and drink so many cups of tea. Looking forward to playing again now we have our grandchildren :)

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  19. Hidden under a blanket or in her princess tent...

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  20. My like pretending to do the teddy bears picnic so cute!

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  21. My grandchildren fetch a little table out with small chairs and then lay it with a table cloth. Next comes what ever is handy to use as a tea set or dinner set. They then tuck into pretend food.

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  22. with real food in the garden on his picnic table...pretend food just doesn't cut it for my little boy!! lol

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  23. a sheet over the table as atent and then the t set x maria blythin

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  24. MIne are just a bit too young at the moment but I'm hoping it wont be long, can't wait!x

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  25. too little at the moment, but looking forward to pretend cups of tea with the teddies

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  26. Stephanie Coals26 April 2014 at 18:49

    This would be a perfect present for my nieces, they love role playing games :)

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  27. on a blanket in the lounge surrounded by teddy bears.

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  28. on a blanket (nice and easy to clear up) usually in the sitting room but hopefully soon they will be out in the garden.

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  29. hosting a tea party is my daughter's favourite game. Amazingly, baby jesus joined us today for one!
    (She took him from the nativity scene from the christmas box in the garage!)
    We have a little red and white checked picnic blanket we put down in her room and everyone has a biscuit each!

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  30. I get invited to visit the cafe, where tea is being served by my grandhcildren

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  31. With their plastic food and teaset

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  32. We usually have them with juice and cakes in the front room on a picnic blanket, love it!

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  33. With a proper little china tea set, which is lovely since I tend to make my tea by dunking a teabag in my mug!!

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  34. My daughter likes to have tea party with her favourite toys.

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  35. we love picnics with the tea set, little sandwiches and yoghurts- fab time

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  36. My daughter gets her blanket, and invites her teddies and dolls, and we make sandwiches, cut fruit etc

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  37. It's like the Mad Hatters tea party when my 4 and 2 year old grandsons come to stay, pretend tea in Nana's old tea pot,real cake and a lot of mess!

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  38. My daughter likes lining all her dolls up on the sofa and handing them all plates, then dishing out her playfood! So cute :-)

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  39. My daughter loves to make sure all her cups, saucers and spoons are all colour coordinated. She loves drinking "tea" :)

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  40. The children like to have tea parties with their toys, and human guests :- Whether it be their friends, or grown ups.

    Rachel Craig

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  41. with a tea towel as a picnic blanket lol

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  42. With all their dolls in the garden

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  43. My grandkids love to play at afternoon tea and this set would be great for them.

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  44. My little girl likes to put all of her teddies in a circle & then have a tea party where she is the waitress

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  45. My little girl likes to get her toys round the table and then she pretends they are her children
    k.mayhead@btinternet.com

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  46. with lots of teddies and dolls

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  47. They like to play it when grandparents come round and take orders and serve it up.

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  48. My kids love taking a blanket and placing it on the floor and putting plates around .x

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  49. my son loves having a tea party with his jellycat bunnies
    (kim nevile)

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  50. We love tea partiers, we all squeeze on the picnic blanket in the middle of the floor and have an afternoon tea style picnic. We once even had the postman joining in!

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  51. My son does tea parties with his nan all the time! - Kay Broomfield

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  52. Mabel has tea parties with her teddies and dolls in the living room or in the garden!

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  53. My son has just started becoming obsessed with tea parties, he walks around the house and anything that could possibly be a cup becomes a teacup and he walks around so proud of himself saying "TTTEEEEAAAA"

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  54. my son loves arranging all his soft toys in a circle and then counting them all and then they all get pizza lol

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  55. With real cake and tea and lots of toys :) x

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  56. With real food! Evidently their teddy bears get really hungry and have to share a packet of crisps during their tea parties!

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  57. My daughter loves to make pretend tea for everybody and loves it when you pretend that it's too hot!

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  58. on a picnic blanket on the floor with lots of plastic crockery and food

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  59. we usually hold them in a den we have built with all the dolls and teddies

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  60. My son won't tolerate imaginary food...he likes sharing grapes & milk with his teddies.

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  61. My son always has a make believe picnic when he says its one of his action figures birthdays. He insists on a single iced gem for their birthday cake.

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  62. MY son likes to make a den and then his sister brings her Tea set ready for the party lol x

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  63. on their table and chairs which we take out to the garden

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  64. with lots of dollies and teddies :)

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  65. when my youngest daughter was little she loved tea sets and pretend food. She loved feeding her grandma who was in a wheelchair, pretend food. She also used to talk to her twin dolls and feed them etc

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  66. my kids love to make dens and have picnics in them

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  67. On a picnic rug in the garden

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  68. Lynsey Buchanan4 May 2014 at 20:56

    My daughter loves playing tea parties with friends or with me and dolls

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  69. Lays my tea towels and sits with all her dollies and tea set
    @muslimahi

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  70. Round the coffee table in the living room with her baby sister and all her dollies!

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  71. My little Girl loves tea partys with her teddy bears or older brother (while hes glued to the tablet lol)
    She often has them outdoors in her play house or inside around her little table

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  72. They love it the most when they are in the bath :)

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  73. me and my son have tea parties in the living room and they usually result in me being force fed soggy sandwiches and mushed up food

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  74. On a blanket with there favourite teddies

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  75. Suzanne Howell8 May 2014 at 10:19

    My little girl puts her teddies in a circle on the carpet. We lay a cloth down and lay out tea things, she likes things like mini marshmallows and little biscuits on their plates. I love to hide behind the door and listen in while she talks to her toys - great days!

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  76. My little ones love having tea parties in the garden on a blanket if its nice warm weather or sometimes we have them indoors with music, fun & laughter! :)

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  77. Tracey Thompson8 May 2014 at 13:50

    we love having picnic parties on the lounge floor on a wet day

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  78. On the rug in the living room, or out in the garden if the weather is nice.

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  80. on a rug in the garden with all the dolls

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  81. In the living room with his trains and "woo woo woo" (fire engine)

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  82. Ellie sits her bunnies and dolly in a circle on the living room floor and serves them tea from her kitchen.

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  83. on a picnic rug in a make shift tent

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  84. in the garden, using the wendy house as an ice cream shop

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  85. My boys are too old now for tea parties, but when they were younger we used to have little carpet picnics, however I can't wait for my little girl to get a little older so we can start having tea parties in the garden

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  86. Using her Disney tea set and a whole heap of teddy bears!

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  87. with her teddies and a blanket on the floor

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  88. On a blanket in our living room, with lots of toys sitting all around and the toy kitchen all set up :)

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  89. My little girl plays tea parties with mummy's cup I've green looking for a little girls tea set this is gorgeous

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  90. i have to empty my cupboards of all the plastic plates and cups and my pudding gets all his teddies out and he sits and feeds them. if some of the teddies fall over instead of getting frustred he says they have been drinking blue beer??? id love to know where he gets that from because we dont drink in our house ha!

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  91. With mummy's tasty biscuits and her monkeys :)

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  92. My children have the duplo creative cakes and lollies sets so we have birthday teas or seaside picnics in the playroom.

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  93. with as much mess as possible :)

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  94. on the floor under the kitchen table x

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  95. In a pup tent in the garden

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  96. My little girl loves tea parties with her dollies in the garden. I make up squash in her teapot and she gives them all a drink and if they've been good dollies she lets them have a Jaffa cake :)

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  97. In the garden and usually likes to make a mess!

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  98. She's not quite old enough yet but I'm taking ideas from the comments above :)

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  99. In the living room, with a duvet on the floor and their teddies surrounding them

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  100. On the living room rug with a plate of cookies x

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  101. with biscuits and juice and all her dolls

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  102. Jane Middleton9 May 2014 at 21:11

    tea parties on the floor in the bedroom

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  103. My two little girls love to play 'Tea Parties' :-) We gather their favourite toys and we all take high tea together, the best times are when my husband joins in, and seeing him sat with our two little Princesses, usually still with his work overalls on, just melts my heart :-) x

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  104. Out in the garden with teddy bears

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  105. As long as they are allowed 'real' food, it can be anywhere, any time, with anybody or anything that will sit still long enough

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  106. My daughter like to put her blanket on the floor and makes mummy and her dolls sit there too.

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  107. Out in the open ,we fill a rucksack and think of a fun location park,beach,fields etc

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  108. With worms and other creepy crawlies to freak out mummy! x

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  109. My daughter loves dressing up as a fairy princess for her tea parties.

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  110. On the floor picnic blanket and teddy bears!

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  111. In a den with all her teddies

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  112. I've got a boy, so no tea parties.

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  113. We love having tea-parties with my little girl and all her teddy bears on a picnic blanket in her playroom

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  114. on a play mat we all sitting arround and waiting for her to make tea

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  115. on the lawn with her teddies :)

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  116. My daughter likes to build a den out of chairs and sheets & have a picnic

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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  117. my 2 daughters have autism and they would love this.

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  118. in the wendy house with loads of giggling girls having lots of fun

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  119. In the garden

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  120. My little girl sits all her dolls and bears in her tent and gives them all a cup and cake and plays tea party for ages :)

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  121. My daughter loves hosting a pretend picnic for all her bears and bunnies - usually dad gets reluctantly dragged into the party too. Tend to end up using most of our own crockery and cutlery to accommodate the large number of guests. (She's not that keen on packing it all away again though!)

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  122. We make a den under the table with a tablecloth over it , and use toy teaset and the dolls or teddies.

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  123. My kids like to bake and decorate the cup cakes for their tea parties

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  124. I usually get forced fed invisible tea and then she puts the babies in a circle and feeds them all tea and cake :)

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  125. My 2 and a half year old son has a fantastic imagination. He sits at the table and feeds imaginary Darth Vader and Yoda....but unfortunately they don't tend to use plates and would rather eat it off the table...preferably once it has been smeared in a bit!!!!

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