09. 02. 2007
Big Leapster for Little Kids - Learning Game System
Where was this when my Mackenzie was 4? Using the new Leapster Learning Game System is more like playing than learning. At 12, Mac is above the recommended age (4-10 years), but as the Leapster has multiple skill levels she adjusted it so she could try out the L-Max library of software titles, enjoying the interactive touch screen and pen that allows her to write, draw, and paint.
For the little ones, story animation helps them learn essential school skills such as letters and numbers, plus all-important phonics, using some of their favorite characters, like Dora The Explorer. The software library features games for pre-K through 4th grade.
Like all the Leapfrog inventions, the Leapster is completely interactive and demonstrates that learning is fun. And you have to admire their motto, "Think Up." Make a good license plate, don't you think?
$59 at Leapster and Amazon.