I live in a home filled with people who love gaming. We love video games, board games, card games, educational games and more. Being a mom, I try to limit the amount of actual video gaming the kids do but for the last week, limiting their time hasn’t been easy thanks to LeapTV from Leap Frog.
For those who haven’t heard, LeapTV is an active video gaming system that gives kids the chance to learn using motion such as jumping and dancing.
Yes, you read that right, a GAMING SYSTEM that TEACHES and makes kids be ACTIVE to play! No more sitting around, playing games.
LeapTV is easy to set up and includes the console, a motion-sensing camera, camera mount, transforming controller with a wrist strap, HDMI cable, 16GB of memory and built-in Wi-Fi for downloads.
We’ve been enjoying our LeapTV and it has been so much fun that we even invited some friends over to try it out. It’s been pretty cold here in Wisconsin lately so having something for the kids to do inside that keeps their little bodies moving has been a godscend.
LeapTV is designed for kids ages 3 to 8 and combines activity and movement with learning.
I love that the kids are learning core skills such as reading, math, science and problem solving. Having a child that has struggled with reading and sight words, having something that is fun and encourages him to learn, is an asset in our house.
LeapTV provides access to LeapFrog’s Learning Library of more than 100 game cartridges, game downloads and videos all designed or approved by LeapFrog’s team of gaming and learning experts.
After experiencing LeapTV in our home, I know one friend is already planning on putting one under their Christmas tree this year.
You can get your own LeapTV, starting at $49.99 as well as a variety of games. We’ve already picked up a few extra games for the holidays.