LeapFrog LeapTV Sports Educational Active Video Game

December 5, 2014 - Comment

LeapFrog LeapTV Sports! Educational, Active Video Game.  New! LeapTV, the first Educational, Active Gaming System for kids featuring LeapTV Sports brings all the fun and motion of sports into your home with nine action-packed learning games for children ages 4-7. Children dive into fractions, hit a home run with subtraction, karate-chop shapes, skate to complete

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LeapFrog LeapTV Sports! Educational, Active Video Game.  New! LeapTV, the first Educational, Active Gaming System for kids featuring LeapTV Sports brings all the fun and motion of sports into your home with nine action-packed learning games for children ages 4-7. Children dive into fractions, hit a home run with subtraction, karate-chop shapes, skate to complete patterns, climb up to number recognition-all while having a blast and seeing themselves on TV. In LeapTV Sports for LeapTV gaming systems, enter a whole new arena of sports fun hosted by Leap, Tad, Lily and the crew. Children can invite friends or family members to team up for soccer/football, bowling, baseball, karate, skateboarding, snowboarding, swimming, rope climbing and weight lifting. They can select favorite sports in Quick Play mode, or play through a variety of sports in Event Challenge mode. Whichever way they play, it all adds up to active fun with their favorite LeapFrog characters! (Multiplayer feature requires a single controller.) Your child is right in the center of the action with LeapTV. Be a Super Goalie: Jump into the goal to block number-line-powered shots. The more balls blocked, the higher the score! Step up to the baseball plate and hit a home run; power up the bat with subtraction skills. Steer the skateboard toward the correct gate to complete a pattern or number sequence, and do tricks along the way to the finish line. Karate-chop, kick and roundhouse fast-moving 2D and 3D shapes. Clear the screen by recognizing the correct shapes. When children get moving and see themselves on TV, they’ll have a ball learning! “The mathematics curriculum automatically adjusts to each child’s learning level, from recognizing numbers and comparing sets to skip counting and comparing fractions. Nine different sports provide opportunities to practice a variety of mathematics skills.”-Pamela G., PhD, LeapFrog Learning Expert Works with LeapTVTM gaming system (sold separately). Internet connection may be required for programming update. (Multiplayer feature requires a single controller.).

Product Features

  • This LeapTV Educational, Active Video Game let’s you play nine sports and put mathematics in motion: It all adds up to active fun!
  • Puts your child in the game with body motion, pointer play and tons of sports fun
  • The Educator Approved game is designed by LeapFrog Learning experts for Ages 4-7
  • This active learning game teaches addition, subtraction, shapes, patterns, number recognition and number sequences
  • Works with LeapFrog LeapTV Educational, Active Gaming System. Internet connection may be required for programming update

Comments

Quirky Girl says:

The Whole Family Loves This 0

Tech-guruholic "Electronics Geek" says:

Great fun game 0

Anonymous says:

I think its impossible to keep kids away from games unless you have a no technology house, so you might as well encourage some learning and family fun while you’re at it, right?4-7 I think is a little generous… This is one of the easier games for the Leap. I would say more 2+ to 6. Its the holidays and my visiting nephew found a way to make a FaceTime call to Grandpa. How he did that… how he got the iPad out of the backpack, why his knucklehead Father let him (my bro) are all questions I don’t have satisfactory answers to… but back to this game. If you’re thinking about buying a console for young ones this year I highly recommend leap tv in general. Its much more educational in scope than other systems, though obviously its not gonna run real cutting edge stuff.That preamble aside this game is not one of the more educational ones out there, and I really can’t see it being useful for anyone much beyond preschool, but what it lacks in that department it…

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