Phonics Radio is a 2002 toy by LeapFrog Enterprises. It has 26 letters of the alphabet.
The game is called Find that Letter. DJ Leap will play a song from the page the player is on. The player must press the letter that matches the song before the song ends.
- Leap (referred to in this toy as DJ Leap)
- Grandpa Frog (symbol for "This Old Man")
- Tad (rowing boat; symbol for "Row Your Boat/Row, Row, Row Your Boat")
- Cat (facing right in the US; facing left in the UK)
- Elephant At the Pond
- Orange Fish
- Octopus At Beach
- Panda Queen
- Wagon (Whistle in the UK)
4 Traditional Songs
- The Alphabet Song
- Old MacDonald (Old MacDonald Had a Farm in the UK version)
- This Old Man
- Row Your Boat (Row, Row, Row Your Boat in the UK version)
Letters of the Alphabet
- All pages have 6 letters each, except the last page. 1 letter gets the same tune.
- In the US version, the letters are in uppercase/capital (ABC), while in the UK version, the letters are in lowercase (abc).
- The Alphabet Song is the only one of the 4 traditional songs that has words.
- In the US version, the singers (Julie Stevens, Stephen Lam and Melissa Lyons Caldretti, respectively) say the letter sounds, while in the UK version, DJ Leap says those.
- The other 3 traditional songs are the instrumentals.
- Leap sings the Alphabet song in the US version only in the toy with a frog over the LeapFrog logo.
- In the US version, the colors yellow and purple are switched on the pages.
- On the last page of the US version, A is red and B is blue.
- In the UK version, the sound of the letter N from the US version is used.
- The song about the letter Z is on the top right after the first song, but not below it.
- On the first page, A is a vowel, but it's blue, and B is a consonant, but it's red.