Jacob received a great gift pack from Leapfrog the other day. He loves everything he received. In fact, we can’t get him to put Leap Pad Platinum down for five-minutes. He’s addicted. He plays with it from the time he gets up, till the time he goes to bed. It’s definitely a good thing though. He’s learning to count, with Paw Patrol, right now. He could only count to 10 before he received this amazing gift, but now he is learning to add, subtract, and other numbers. This was a great surprise for him, and couldn’t have come at a better time. He’ll be 5 in May, so he’ll be going to Kindergarten next year, and with their standards, they have to be able to do so much before they even start.
Leap Frog Products are definitely great educational tool. They make learning fun, thus the kiddos want to play with the toys and as a result they learn without eve realizing it.
There’s an entire selection of games to buy, that are learning games. They won’t even realize they are learning.
Jacob has so much fun playing his Leap Frog Leap Pad Platinum. The cards are so much fun. He loves playing with them.
Here’s just a few of the Features:
- 7″ hi-res multi-touch capacitive screen
- More ways to play
- LeapSearch™ Wi-Fi with kid-safe web
- Includes 10 apps + 6 LeapFrog
Learning Letters with LeapFrog! #WordWhammer
The Word Whammer is another fun, handheld, game that Jacob likes to play. It’s teaching him how to spell, and is so much fun to him.
Spin, tap, twist and more to build skills for kindergarten in a fun and active way.
Learning with Leap Frog is bounds of fun. Your little one, or even a friend’s child, will love Leap Frog, if they don’t already.
You can buy these, and other Leap Frog Products, at Walmart, Target, Kmart, Toys R Us, and Amazon.
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.