LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Kids' Tablets for Learning

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  • The #1 learning tablet
  • inspires kids to imagine and explore
  • library of 325+ apps for limitless learning
  • About this item

    Bring home America's number one learning tablet when you buy the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Learning Tablet. With front-and-back cameras and video recorders, 4 GB of memory and a library of more than 325 cartridges and downloadable apps, this green LeapPad2 inspires kids to imagine and discover. The LeapPad2 tablet also works with LeapFrog's library of more than 800 educator-approved apps, games, eBooks, videos and music to help encourage children's burgeoning love of information. Create, learn and explore with the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Learning Tablet.


    LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Kids' Tablets for Learning, Green:

    • Enhanced with faster processer and 4GB of memory
    • Comes with 5 kid-friendly apps:
      • Pet Pad
      • LeapFrog Learning Songs
      • Cartoon Director
      • Art Studio
      • One app of your choice
    • Works with LeapFrog Explorer cartridges and apps (sold separately)
    • Front- and rear-facing cameras/video recorders
    • Integrated microphone for voice recording
    • 5-inch touch screen with included stylus
    • Tilt and shake for motion-based play
    • Learning games nurture 2,500 skills with select games that auto-level
    • Parents can connect to the LeapFrog Learning Path to see specific details of their child's learning progress and share achievements or artwork with family and friends
    • Requires 4 AA batteries (not included)
    • Also compatible with the LeapPad2 Recharger Pack (sold separately)
    • Includes Quick Start Guide and USB cable
    • Ideal for children 3-9 years old

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    Specifications

    Learning Platform: LeapFrog LeapPad2
    Age: 3 - 4 Years ,  5 - 7 Years ,  8 - 11 Years
    Skill Set: Music & Creativity ,  Geography & Social Studies ,  Math, Counting & Time
    Age Start: 3 Years
    Age End: 9 Years
    Language Options: English
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 32610
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.73
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.5 x 10.5 x 2.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 551493469
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    Great, Educational Kids' Tablet
    8/8/2012

    Customer review by CandaceApril

    5.0 stars by CandaceApril

    LeapFrog sent their new LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer for my family to review. We checked out some of the differences between this device and the original LeapPad and tested its functions and apps. If you are wondering whether to get a LeapPad2, just let your kids use your iPad, or skip tablets for kids altogether, here's our take: My educational philosophy is that outdoor activity and play is key for very young children. Despite being high-tech in my professional life, the early childhood teaching techniques I advocate are decidedly Pre-Industrial. Yet there are places where a thoughtful use of technology can enhance learning. Initial studies show that using a tablet can boost literacy scores in Kindergarteners and help children on the Autism spectrum improve their communication skills. The idea that tablets can help reluctant learners or provide a reliable and safe learning interaction for children makes a lot of sense. What doesn't make sense to a lot of families, however, is handing a $400 device over to a young child, even with a super-rugged cover. Also problematic is sharing a device the adults need for work and communication with a kid who is just beginning to grasp the concept of taking turns. Another concern is an Internet connection that lets your kids veg out on the entertainment equivalent of junkfood, see inappropriate content, or "accidentally" rack up bills buying game points or new apps. The LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer restores parental control to the equation. To download apps, the LeapPad must be connected to the computer. All the apps and games are created by LeapFrog, a company that is practically synonymous with educational tech toys. And the LeapPad 2 is even more durable than its predecessor so your three year old can hog it without you worrying about getting it back destroyed...or not at all. Here's what you get with the LeapPad 2. I've highlighted the main differences between the original LeapFrog LeapPad and the LeapPad 2: * LeapPad2 Explorer Learning Tablet (4GB Memory, double the original) * 2 Built-in Cameras & Video Recorders (the LeapPad 2 has a front and back camera; the original has only one camera in back) * Extended battery life (about 1 additional hour) * Faster processor (550 MHz, compared to 393 MHz on the original) * LeapFrog Learning Songs App (5 Songs Included) * Pet Pad Writing App * Cartoon Creativity App * Art Studio App * Free App Download * USB Cable There is also a recharger available separately for purchase, a welcome change to the original since these devices are total battery drainers. Just about the only drawback to the LeapPad 2 is the cost of cartridges and apps. To someone of my generation, this is not a deal-breaker. Younger parents, used to cheap and free apps on smart phones, might balk, however, at the recurring cost of purchasing additional games. Plus, the cartridges can be traded or resold. The games available on the LeapPad is what truly distinguishes it from the pack, however. Although there are definitely winners out there, a lot of free and cheap apps for smart phones and adult tablets are hastily thrown together and provide little educational value. With LeapFrog, parents know they are getting appropriate and pedagogically correct content for their kids. Plus, some of the games "auto-level", adjusting the difficulty to challenge each child. A few games even allow parents to customize the device with math sets and spelling lists from school. As with adult tablets, kids can play LeapPad games using the stylus, the touch screen, and the built-in motion sensor. Kids' interests are often character-driven and so my daughter's favorite is the LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra eBook Adventure Builder: Disney Fairies: Tink's Midnight Tea Party: in this game, she can read the story at three different levels, make choices that affect the story, and play games. There are different modes (read the book to me, read the page to me, and read it myself). You can also record yourself reading the book, a great option for parents and grandparents who live far away. The ever popular Pet Pad app comes with the LeapPad and allows kids to practice writing while playing with their virtual pet. My kids are also big fans of the Disney Pixar Brave Cartridge, a first-person adventure game in which the player moves Merida to solve science puzzles. The variety of different science activities (learning about life cycles, experimenting with physics) is very engaging. My personal favorite is the LeapPad Creativity App: Disney Animation Artist: Mickey and Friends. I really enjoy trying to draw Mickey and his buddies with the stylus and think this is a great game for future artists and Disney fans of all ages. The addition of Little Pim language videos is the start of a beautiful relationship and I am hoping the two companies will develop some interactive language learning content. The bottom line is that you will get an excellent learning tool with plenty of high quality content if you are willing to invest in apps and cartridges. As stated above, we received this tablet from LeapFrog for review. All opinions are my own.

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    CandaceApril
    New York
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every few days
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    Great Educational Device!
    7/27/2012

    Customer review by Kailani808

    5.0 stars by Kailani808

    The LeapPad2 is geared towards kids ages 3-9 years old which is perfect for all my girls but especially for Kaila (2.5). She can be a little rough on her toys and I’m always afraid to let her use my iPad since I know it will go flying across the room eventually. We have found the LeapPad to be very durable and can definitely take a beating. It's also very user friendly and my kids were able to figure out how to use it with minimal help from me. Some of our favorite applications have been the Disney storybooks where you can choose among 3 options – have the entire book read to your child, have to book read page-by-page, have your child read the book. There are also games and activities to keep your child engaged. However, what my girls like the best is that you can record your own voice reading the story and play it back whenever you want. This is a great feature for our family since I travel a lot. My kids love the LeapPad2!

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    Kailani808
    Ewa Beach, HI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Usage:Every day
    8/29/2013

    Customer review by jenny40299

    5.0 stars by jenny40299

    We love it! It is by far the best learning tablet for kids! I love that it is so durable. My son is 2 1/2 and he still drops things easily. I also purchased the gel cover, much recommended if you have a child that drops and/or throws things. The screen is so colorful and also very responsive. We had to get him something touch screen and in color, since we were trying to keep him from playing with my smart phone. We love love love how many Apps and games you can download from leapfrog.com, they range from ages 3 - 9, I think. I love that it has a car charger as well as a recharging system you can get. My only complaints are that it eats batteries and the screen and black bezzle around the screen get scratched from the stylus. I would recommend buying a screen protector. But it eats batteries because it's so responsive and has such a high quality image. I would definitely recommend this product for learning, as well as the perfect device to occupy their short attention spans.

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    jenny40299
    Louisville, KY
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
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    I am interested in upgrading my son's Leap Pad but wanted to know what the specs or megapixels are on this. I am unsure of what Leap Pad's camer'as specs are and I would like to upgrade if the camera is better...would like to know what the front one is as well as the rear facing. Thank you!
    by elsika2003 7/25/2012
    • doesnt give the camera specs but here is a comparison Features Works with LeapFrog Explorer™ cartridges and apps Works with LeapPad learning apps Built-in camera and video recorder 2 (Front and Back) 1 (Back) Memory Size 4 GB 2 GB Recharger available Battery Life Up to 9 hours Up to 8 hours Processor 550 Mhz 393 Mhz Other Specifications Screen Size 5" 5" Screen resolution 480x272 480x272 Batteries 4 AA 4 AA AC adapter available USB port Headphone jack Cartridge retail price $24.99 $24.99 App retail price $5 and up $5 and up
      by sgtswife2410/11/2012
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    • I upgraded to the leap pad 2. I love the new tablet...the front camera is 2MP...doesn't do too bad for self portraits. Not sure if the back is the same...but it doesn't take too bad of pics!
      by Momof4onthego8/31/2012
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    • 2 MP each
      by BalancingHome8/12/2012
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    • The camera will be 2megapixels. Google engadget with leappad 2 and there will be a link on the page with video that will demo the new leappad and all the new features along with a link for the new leapster gs in case your interested in that to.
      by drenee7/26/2012
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    • front facing 2 MP video and still camera and the rear camera is the same resolution according to this website: http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/20/leapfrog-leappad-2-and-leapster-gs-explorer-hands-on-video/
      by 2sweet2110/11/2012
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