“I received free products in order to host the LeapFrog sponsored MommyParty. The opinions expressed here are my own.” #LeapTV
Our family loves LeapFrog products and I was very excited to learn that we were chosen to host a LeapTV MommyParty. My youngest daughter had so much fun filling out invitations, planning the party and helping me pick out snacks and drinks for her friends.
My kiddos love playing all sorts of games from board games to games online but their absolute favorite is video games.
LeapTV is not your ordinary video gaming system. It’s an active gaming system that kids can learn through motion while they dance, jump, wave their arms and more. It was designed for kids ages three to eight and teaches skills in problem solving, mathematics, reading and science.
Setting up the system was pretty simple, everything that was needed was included in the box. Just plug into power, plug-in the camera for action and connect your HDMI cable to your tv. =) We found that the on-screen instructions were pretty easy as well. In a matter of minutes we were hooked up to the internet, had profiles set up and ready to play and learn.
We received Dance & Learn and Sports game cartridges to go with the LeapTV. The Sports game has 9 cool games included that are Super Goalie, Karate, Baseball, Bowling, Swimming, Rope Climbing, Weightlifting, Skateboarding and Snowboarding. This game helps with Mathematics to learn Addition, Subtraction, Patterns and Shapes. Dance & Learn has 9 dance games and helps with reading.
All the kiddos had fun dancing and jumping around. One of their favorites was free dancing all together with the monkey on the screen. They thought he was pretty silly. It was nice to see them having fun and learning all at the same time.
The LeapTV is great and since it’s the holidays would make such a great gift. To learn more visit LeapFrog.com.
Thanks for stopping by! =)
“I received free products in order to host the LeapFrog sponsored MommyParty. The opinions expressed here are my own. If you have any questions or concerns you can contact Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org”