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LeapFrog LeapTV – The BEST Video Games for Kids!
If you are looking for the most perfect gift for your kids, you need to check out LeapTV! My kids are LOVING LeapTV! My 2 year old is a bit too young for it but she will stand up and mirror everything the 6 year old is trying to do! It is interactive, fun, and educational!
My daughter loves technology. The ability to be able to play on the LeapTV while I work on the sofa makes it for an easy and fun night for her, and a productive night for mommy! The best thing about LeapTV is that it grows with kids, there are tons of games, and they learn through motion! Learning through motion is really popular in schools. Students shouldn’t be learning by just sitting down. They need to be active!
The BEST Video Games for Kids:
1. Affordable: LeapTV has a manufacturer price of ONLY $99.99, so compared to other video games is definitely more affordable!
2. Educational: Kids are learning math, science, and reading through fun games and motion!
3. Fun: My daughter would play for hours if I let her, plus she is retaining the information that she is learning!
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This LeapFrog LeapTV system is compatible with more than 100 games (not included) that teach your little one core skills, such as reading, mathematics, science and problem solving. An included camera lets your child control the system using motion.
Susan Mary Malone says
This is quite helpful for me! I’m always looking for new video games for the kids. Thank You!
Krystal Bernier says
Awe, I wish I new about this last week. We purchased a LeapPad for my toddler for xmas this year. I’m hoping she enjoys it, she’s constantly on my phone so I’m sure she will pick it up fast. I’m definitely going to write this down for a birthday or xmas present in 2016. Thank you for sharing this information.
Liz Mays says
They just keep innovating their products and getting better and better. It’s great to see this!
This looks like a fun gaming system. I know that my 3 year old would love it! Will have to think about it for her birthday!
Julie Syl Kalungi says
Awww sounds like a fun way for kids to interact. Yet I still find that going out to nature an d running themselves rugged playing outdoor games is the healthier way for kids. In the evening maybe for an hour they can play their gadgets and way before 8pm to avoid blue light effects on their sleep patterns. Too much technology for liluns these days. But if mom is busy, why not hu!