The collection is a range of innovative learning systems designed with curriculum-based content that makes learning fun for young kids.
July 15, 2021
LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., a leader in innovative educational toys for children, has announced its new collection of learning toys that introduce curriculum-based content and important foundational skills at an early age.
“Whether parents are looking for toys to encourage imaginative play, introduce reading skills, or to simply make learning fun, we have a great selection of new toys kids will love,” said Andy Keimach, President, VTech Electronics North America, LeapFrog’s parent company.
LeapLand Adventures is a unique plug-and-play learning video game for preschoolers ages three and up, featuring different lands with replayable levels and educational content such as letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. Built for the TV with a wireless controller and HDMI game stick for quick and easy setup, kids can start playing right away because there is no web connection, downloads, or account setup required. They can run and jump through progressive game levels, explore more than 150 learning items at their own pace by playing the educational content directly in the Learning Center and save game progress with up to five player profiles.
The On-the-Go Story Pal is an adorable, bunny-shaped, portable player that lets kids take storytime wherever they go. It features 70+ stories, poems, songs, and lullabies to encourage listening comprehension and build a foundation for a love of storytelling. With easy-to-navigate controls and a headphone jack, kids ages three and up can listen anywhere. Parents can personalize the On-the-Go Story Pal by recording up to 10 minutes of their voice reading their child’s favorite story or create their own. They can also create a playlist of up to five stories, songs, poems, or lullabies, while a timer allows parents to select a variety of stories, songs, and lullabies to be played before the player shuts off. Free additional content is available for download and features four packs of additional stories and music.
Shop a rainbow of food with a grocery basket, shopping cart, and an interactive food scanner in one. The Count-Along Basket & Scanner lets little ones pretend to grocery shop with a talking scanner that recognizes the play food pieces for learning fun. There are eight different food pieces that allow kids ages two and up to shop for fruits, veggies, proteins, and grains. The toy has three modes, tons of music, and silly lines that will keep kids laughing and learning for hours.
With a modern new design and books that get kids excited about learning with touch-and-talk pages, the LeapStart Learning Success Bundle is an interactive learning system that grows with children. Along with activities that include games, puzzles, and creative challenges that enhance learning, the expansive LeapStart library of books (sold separately) covers a variety of preschool through first-grade subjects for 2-7-year-olds with more than 30 activities in every book. The Go! Go! Cory Carson Cory Carson Superhero School book, based on the popular animated series, and an additional activity book are included. The easy-to-hold stylus is comfortable for kids of all ages, promotes proper writing grip, and neatly clicks into the cover for storage, while the carrying handle makes it easy to take LeapStart on the go.
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Stories come to life with a touch as children embark on their learn-to-read journey with the LeapReader Learn-to-Read 10-Book Mega Pack. Using the LeapReader pen, children ages 4-8 years old can follow along as a story is read to them page by page, explore individual words, letters, and objects, and progress at their pace to learn in a fun, interactive way. Each book in this 10-book set includes lively character voices that spark interest and activities that help build reading confidence by introducing vowel sounds, sight words, word blending, spelling skills, and more.