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There exists multiple versions of the Leapfrog Learn and Groove musical table. First, it was released in 2002, featuring Lily playing the trombone, and Leap playing the banjo. It was first called the LeapStart Learning table.

In 2005, because it will turn the book page over here to Scout (a drum player) and Violet (a piano player), it was updated and the name was changed to the Leapfrog Learn and Groove Musical table. The pages were updated, Lily was replaced with a different character playing the trombone, and Leap was designed differently, although the banjo still looked the same, the pages looked different the sound of the pages changed from a brief magical note, to a more calypso style. There existed 2 versions of the 2005 table, one with blue legs, and the other with pink legs. Starting with this version, it can now be played in English or Spanish.

It was re-released briefly in 2009, with the same designs of the banjo and Leap, with only the pages being updated, then in the same year, they made a version that looked completely different, with the pages being different, the design of the banjo was replaced with a guitar, and Leap was replaced with Tad, and Lily returned playing the trombone.

Song List


1. Frère Jacques

2. Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze

3. Greensleeves (also What Child is This?)

4. Hey Diddle Diddle

5. Jimmy Crack Corn

6. London Bridge

7. Pop! Goes The Weasel

8. Row Your Boat

9. This Old Man

10. Upside Down World

11. The Yellow Rose Of Texas

12. Jack & Jill

13. Ragtime Tune (same tune as "How to Play with Your LeapPad Learning System")


1. Froggy Went-A-Courtinʼ

2. Billy Boy

3. Oh My Darlin’ Clementine (also known as “Happy New Year“)

4. The Farmer in the Dell

5. Iʼve Been Working on the Railroad

6. Camptown Races

7. Mary Had a Little Lamb

8. Old MacDonald Had a Farm

9. She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain

10. Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone

11. Wait for the Wagon

12. Do your ears hang low (or "Turkey in the Straw")

13. Alouette (also "Down by the station")

14. Six Little Ducks