|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Color||Alphabet and Music|
|Release date||13 April 2017|
|Mfg Recommended age||24 months - 4 years|
|Item model number||80-21504E|
|Product Dimensions||1.75 x 18.77 x 17.88 cm; 200 Grams|
LeapFrog LeapStart Preschool Book, Alphabet Adventures and Music
|You Save:||S$0.95 (5%)|
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- Join Leap and friends on a jam-packed trip to the Letter Factory, learning letter sounds and grooving to the alphabet song
- Teaches 14 alphabet and music skills: uppercase and lowercase letters, letter sounds, exploring music and rhythms and more
- Includes 40+ replayable activities, 25+ reward stickers and a spinning dial that teaches vowel sounds
- Level 1: Preschool. Perfect for ages 2-4
- Works with all LeapStart systems. (Sold separately.)
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This interactive, activity book talks, sings and comes to life with 30+ replayable activities covering critical ABCs curriculum and music for early pre-school.
How It Works:
The magic behind LeapStart is the easy-to-hold stylus that reads invisible dots on every page, triggering questions, challenges, songs, jokes and more.
The All-in-One Learning System
From problem solving to learning to read, the LeapStart learning system gets kids excited about learning. The LeapStart library includes more than 25 books (each sold separately) that are designed to grow with your child. The interactive stylus encourages proper writing grip and helps introduce school and life skills in exciting ways.
- Easy-Hold Stylus
- No-Slip Grip Handle
- Preschool-1st Grade Sampler Book
The LeapStart library of books helps prepare children for school and life by introducing subjects like counting, problem solving and learning to read and so much more. The library is designed to grow with your child and features more than 50 key skills at every learning level. Level 1 teaches early fundamentals like ABCs, as well as shapes, colors and creativity. Level 2 introduces phonics, writing, counting and critical thinking. Level 3 complements school skills like reading and math with other life skills like logic and reasoning.
Built for Kids
The kid-tough design makes LeapStart perfect for on-the-go play and can be carried around using the no-slip grip handle.
Across the LeapStart library, kids can explore more than 400 activities that teach 50+ key skills at every learning level.
Tap the pages with the stylus for questions, challenges, new words, songs, jokes and more. Kids can also play fun games and place cute stickers on My Rewards pages
Two Learning Levels
Most replayable activities are designed with two levels so kids can play and learn at the right level and move up when they’re ready.
|Alphabet Adventures with Music||Learn to Read Volume 1||Read & Write with Communication Skills||Scout & Friends Math with Problem Solving|
|Description||Join Leap, Tad and Lily as they meet letters A-Z and explore the alphabet and music skills at the Letter Factory.||Explore Doodleburg with Mr. Pencil and meet friends who will introduce early reading and writing skills.||Join puppy pal Scout and his friends as they play and explore counting, number recognition and problem solving.||Encourages children to touch pages, pictures, individual letters and words to help build early reading skills.|
|Book Level||Level 1||Level 2||Level 1||Learn to Read Series|
|Age Range||2-4 Years||3-5 Years||2-4 Years||4-7 Years|
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The 3D display merely requires a software update but LeapFrog has decided to skimp on it and this makes the experience really underwhelming.
So, update: I informed the company, who said that they already knew this was an issue. I requested that they would let me know when they fixed it, and they said that would, now this was several weeks ago. How long can it take?
I guess my next question is, if they already knew this was an issue, why would they sell a defective product in the first place? By the way, anyone else who has purchased the preschool math book has the same issue, if you haven't noticed, or are considering purchasing one. This has sown some serious distrust of the company and any other books they might sell.