Disclosure: This Mommy Party was sponsored by Leapfrog TV. I was given the product featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.
LeapFrog products have been a favorite of mine and has grown with our family of many different products throughout the years. It amazes me of the new technology products they come out with to keep kids learning while having fun. I got the chance to have a “Leap into Gaming” Party. We invited several friends over to try out the new LeapTV by LeapFrog.
The LeapTV keeps kids moving while teaching core skills across a variety of subjects including: reading, mathematics, science and problem solving for kids ages 3-8. The system uses a motion-sensing camera and controller that fits small hands. Audio instruction makes it simple for even the youngest kids to play solo or with a friend!
About the LeapTV Controller:
- Motion– Children become the controller and the star of the game. The child’s moves are captured on the motion-sensing camera and mirrored on-screen. Kids can run, hop, jump, karate chop, and much more with their own body movement.
- Classic Controller– This controller was built with a chid’s small hands in mind. With an easy to hold shape and easy to reach buttons at their fingertips. In classic control mode kids can go on a high-speed race car, tilt and shake to manipulate their vehicle.
- Pointer– With just a twist and a press of a bottom the controller quickly transforms into a pointer. In pointer play kids can slice, swing, and snap all with the movement of their controller.
There are plenty of games for the kids to enjoy and play so they don’t get bored. There are 9 cartridge games and 100+ LeapFrog educator-approved games and videos available. I received 2 games to try out with the LeapTV of LeapFrog Sports and LeapFrog Dance & Learn.
The kids were having a blast playing with the LeapTV. I don’t think they even realized they were learning because they were having so much fun. This is going to be a hot toy this holiday season. To learn more about LeapTV and other LeapFrog products, head on over to LeapFrog.com.