Judge David Johnson is the New England LeapFrog champion.
Our reviews of LeapFrog: Learn To Read At The Storybook Factory (published December 8th, 2005), Leap Frog: Math Circus (published January 21st, 2005), LeapFrog: Numberland (published February 26th, 2012), LeapFrog: Phonics Farm (published November 20th, 2011), LeapFrog: Sing and Learn with Us! (published September 4th, 2011), Leap Frog: Talking Words Factory 2: Code Word Caper (published January 21st, 2005), and LeapFrog: Talking Words Factory (published June 18th, 2009) are also available.
Amphibian tutoring at its finest.
As a new father, I suppose the LeapFrog empire lies ahead of me, and you know, after spending some quality time with these hip-hoppity little guys and their raging boners for math and letters, I think I can deal.
This mega-set, LeapFrog: Learning Set, Volume 2, features three DVDs and a music CD, ensuring that your offspring will be ensconced in the slippery green embrace of these frogs for a long, long time.
Math Adventure to the Moon
Snark aside, this LeapFrog mojo has something to it. The animation is bright and attractive and while the storylines aren't terribly compelling (look, they're hanging around a factory!), there's so much energy, singing, and straight-up learning, I give it a hearty recommendation to parents looking to get their preschoolers a nice little head start on their gold stars.
The set: full frame, 2.0 stereo and interactive games. A music CD featuring 13 songs is also included.
Not Guilty. I can smell that Honor Student bumper sticker.
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