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My kids love video games, however with them being 3 most gaming systems aren’t designed for younger kids. That is until we had the chance to check out the LeapTV, which is a video gaming system made for ages 3-8. Thanks to Leapfrog my kids were SO excited to check it out!
The great thing about LeapTV is that it makes learning a full body experience that allows kids to learn through motion as they jump, dance and move to the beat. So those long winter days where your kinds are stuck inside you can use the LeapTV to get the kids moving around and learning at the same time.
With a library of over 100 LeapFrog educator approved game cartridges, game downloads and videos that feature some of your children’s favorite characters like Frozen, Sophia The First, and Blaze and the Monster Machines.
The set up of the LeapTV was very simple and only took minutes. For my 3 year old it was very easy for him to catch onto each game because there are audio instructions for the kids who are not yet reading and the controller is made for small hands. You can also play in three different ways from body motion, pointer play, and classic control.
Each LeapTV game begins play at an appropriate age or grade level to support a child’s developmental needs and milestones. As play progresses, games adjust to the child’s learning, allowing the child to replay the same game again and again, enjoying a totally new educational experience with each play. The educational questions are asked according to their age group – like counting or shapes for the younger ones.
Playing Blaze And The Monster Machines on the television screen.
I love that this gaming system is made specifically for younger kids, educational, and totally affordable! You can purchase it here on Amazon for just under $50.
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