Great Christmas gift sure to put a smile on your childs face: LeapTV


Christmas is around the corner and kids like games consoles, but I would rather put them in front of something where they’ll learn something more than what Mario is up to today. And your everyday game console not for toddlers or young ones. Complicated controllers and settings are something a young child will find hard to comprehend. LeapFrog has the remedy for this Christmas season. 

LeapFrog has the answer. The LeapTV is a video game console for children and their parents, with a ground-breaking controller, a simple child friendly interface, full-body motion controls and a fun educational style of game. The transforming controller is the most innovative child friendly design on the market. It can also switch from standard to body motion using the included camera much like newer game consoles. The camera can sit on a stand in front of the TV, but Leapfrog also provides a mount for fitting it to the screen making things easy to set up.

With many games to teach children math, science, reading, and life skills Leapfrog TV is sure to be a Christmas hit. There is a huge selection of games to choose from for all ages. Disney’s Frozen “Arendelle’s Winter Festival is great to teach your preschool age kids mathematics. My son loves to through snowballs at Olaf. DoodleCraft is an absolutely great game to help with things like memory and matching skills. Blaze and the Monster Machines is great for science. I love how it get kids up and active not just sitting around. If you have a toddler like I have, then I would recommend picking up Letter Factory Adventures it will help teach your toddler the alphabet and how to build words. There are a ton more awesome games that would be a great stocking stuffer.

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This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.


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