The computer games are engaging but short, the Leaptop's only downside, controlling it with only a swipe of a finger. This is an inexpensive fun toy designed to do those things no computer can.
This non-phone phone designed for toddlers is a decent toy to stream music and videos, but it's best used as a pretend phone for kids.
The size, clarity, and contrast of these cards are just right for toddlers. That’s where this flash card set shines. They cost just $1.99, are durable, and fold for convenient storage.
The LeapStart bundle features 4 activities. It's great for kids who already know letters or music and can't stand math.
We love that this writing kit is easy for kids to use, and the stylus keeps small hands from touching the ink. But its pressure and sensitivity settings aren't as customizable as we'd like, and it requires multiple batteries.
Simple concept, basic, and easy to set up. A quality educational game that can be used for the classroom or at home. Overall a good educational tool, but we found that learning through play (using the game) made the number recognition more meaningful.
The LeapFrog 100 Words and 100 Animals Book set is the best book on vocabulary and reading practice. We had more success with this learning package than anything else we tested.
With its 3D-like animations and interactive learning, the LeapFrog LeapStart 3D Learning System lets kids explore math, science, reading, and more in an engaging way. However, most activities feature just one level of difficulty. Also, reviews of the product are mixed, with some reviewers saying their child liked using it, but others saying it was a waste of money.
Talk to the LeapFrog Chat and Count smart phone like a human does, even picking up the phone to call your child's puppy pal Violet! Great as a first phone for a young child, or a first smart toy.