I have said time and time again how much I love LeapFrog, and all their learning products! We are fortunate enough to be part of a group of families (bloggers) who are able to test LeapFrog products in order to share our experiences with all of you. My kids are still in love with their EPIC tablet we received recently, and now want to show you how much fun the LeapFrog LeapTV is….special thanks goes out to LeapFrog for providing this to us.
We have so many LeapFrog learning products and games and my girls just can’t get enough. This LeapTV was something new as our other goodies were handheld devices, but this is played on the television and gets them moving! With 4 fun learning games focusing on different subjects they were ready to see what they could do with each one of them.
We got 4 fantastic games along with our LeapTV to test out: Doodle Craft, Blaze, Frozen, and Letter Factory. Each one focuses on a different subject as you can see, and is appropriate for an age range. Some were for 4-7 (but even at 7 and 9 they had fun), and others were for a bit older. Here is a peek of Doodle Craft, Frozen, and the Blaze games!
Frozen: Focusing on ages 4-7 this game can be played solo or with a friend. Puts math skills in motion, and offers 5 fun filled games too.
Doodle Craft: Designed for children ages 4-7 this game is filled with a world they can customize with Mr. Pencil™, design the ultimate island destination, paint buildings, sort, has memory games, and tons of art tools.
Blaze Monster Dome: Designed to focus on Math (STEM) skills for children ages 3-5. Has number recognition, physical science, and problem solving games. Incorporates building their own race track, stunts, and gets kids up and moving.
Letter Factory: Focusing on ages 3-5 it’s a great way to teach letter recognition, as well as the shape and sound of each letter. The learning adapts to each child’s level for just the right challenge. I can’t tell you how much I love all the Letter Factory games and DVDs offered from LeapFrog!
There are so many games to play on each one there is no way to show you everything, but my kids loved that there was movement involved in many of the games/activities (yes sometimes they have a hard time sitting still).
As you can see there are only really 3 pieces to the LeapTV: the device that you put the games in, the camera you see on top of the television, and the controller (you don’t always use this). The camera on top allows them to be seen as in this Frozen jewelry game, and on other games they wave their hands to the correct location of the answer. they are small which is nice, and it is easy to hook up (always a plus).
The LeapTV and games are great gift ideas for the holiday season….fun all year long!