LeapFrog introduces Smart Blocks for smart kids with innovative LeapBuilders

July 29, 2019
LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., a leader in innovative learning toys for children, announced the availability of LeapBuilders, its first-ever line of smart building blocks. LeapBuilders delivers an innovative take on classic block play by combining technology and interactive curriculum-based learning content. By integrating building and learning, LeapBuilders sets inspire creativity while encouraging children’s problem-solving and fine motor skills.
“LeapFrog is shaking up the construction toy aisle by bringing building blocks to life with LeapBuilders,” said Andy Keimach, President, VTech Electronics North America, LeapFrog’s parent company. “LeapBuilders are packed full of the educational content that LeapFrog is known for so kids can get even more out of their building fun!”
The perfect combination of building, learning and fun, LeapBuilders playsets feature an electronic Smart Star™ cube and double-sided learning blocks. When a learning block is inserted into the interactive Smart Star, it responds with fun sounds, educational songs and learning content such as colors, numbers, letters and more to create a uniquely engaging play experience. Children can also use blocks from other LeapBuilders sets to unlock additional responses.
For more than 20 years, LeapFrog has helped children expand their knowledge and imagination through award-winning products that combine state-of-the-art educational expertise led by the LeapFrog Learning Team, innovative technology, and engaging play – turning playtime into quality time that helps children leap ahead. LeapFrog’s proprietary learning tablets and ground-breaking developmental games, learn to read and write systems, interactive learning toys and more are designed to create personalized experiences that encourage, excite and build confidence in children. LeapFrog is a subsidiary of VTech Holdings Limited, which is based in Hong Kong. LeapFrog was founded in 1995 by a father who revolutionized technology-based learning solutions to help his child learn how to read.
Source: PR Newswire

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