Tuesday, June 26, 2012

LeapFrog LeapPad Brave Game & Tag Book Review

Thank you to LeapFrog for sponsoring this review. For more information about LeapFrog, please visit their website. #CleverBrave #spon 

LeapFrog Explorer Game Cartridge Disney-Pixar's Brave:
 My daughter Grace was super excited to receive the new LeapFrog Explorer Game Cartridge Disney-Pixar's Brave for her LeapPad. She could hardly wait to take it out of the box and start playing the game. The game is highly educational and is recommended for ages 5-8. It's full of fun games that involve science, plants and animals (all things my daughter loves).

I love how the game challenged her, and she was very excited when she could correctly complete tasks. She loves the main character Merida and tries to talk in a Scottish accent when she plays. 

Here are a few of LeapFrog's screen shots of the game:
I highly recommend this game to any child of K-3rd Grade. They will love it!

LeapFrog Tag Book Disney-Pixar's Brave:
 One of my favorite LeapFrog products besides the LeapPad are the Tag Reader Books. You have the choice to have the Tag Reader sound out each word when touched, or the Tag Reader can read each page to your child. There are also many touch points on each page for endless discoveries. In this book, Tag Disney-Pixar's Brave(recommended for ages 4-7), the main character Merida goes on an adventure as she discovers the meaning of true bravery. Your child will learn how to sound out words and learn new vocabulary, as well as play fun, educational games. This is a great Tag book.

This post is sponsored by LeapFrog . I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective; and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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