Everyone had so much fun at our Leap Into Gaming Party featuring the brand new LeapTV from LeapFrog! LeapTV is on the top of all the toy lists this year and after having played it, I can definitely see why.
All the kiddos wanted to get the party started with a dance competition.
After the dance competition, they decided on Snowboarding for their LeapTV Olympics!
Once you have setup your LeapTV with your child(ren)’s information, the console self adjusts to their age and abilities. For example the gates the kids had to snowboard through were labeled with stars and low numbers for my 5 year old. For my daughter, her numbers were higher without any stars. I was impressed with how the game knew to switch it up for them and how it made the kids excited to do math. Games > worksheets!
Seriously though, can we talk about how we didn’t have these cool games to play to learn math. I would have enjoyed it more if class included snowboarding!
All that play works up a big appetite; time to refuel!
Cousin Toad’s Cranberry Lemonade Punch, Fruit & Cheese Kabobs, and LeapTV Turkey Roll-Ups
LeapTV is one of the top toys of 2014! I say that is a well deserved title. The kids have a BLAST playing it, no arguments, and they are learning something at the same time. All the parents say hallelujah!
Gaming just got smarter with LeapTVTM active video gaming system. The LeapTVTM system gets kids into the action while teaching core skills across reading, mathematics, science and problem solving. Games adapt to each child’s level-starting with age, and then automatically adjusting the learning for just the right challenge.
Three Unique Ways to Play
- Body Motion
- Pointer Play
- Classic Control
There are over 100 LeapFrog educator-approved games and videos, plus 9 cartridge games available for the LeapTV. Each LeapTV system includes: console, motion-sensing camera, camera mount, transforming controller with wrist strap, HDMI cable, 16GB of memory, and built in Wi-Fi for downloads.
Pick up your LeapTV today!
I have received free products in order to host the Leap Into Gaming party. The opinions expressed here are my own.