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22 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
Out of the 5 games I got my 4 year old daughter for her birthday this is her favorite. It is very interactive and educational. Some of the other games like "Backyardigans" are more like watching a DVD.
I got this game thinking it would help in teaching my 3 yr old addition and subraction.But in order to be able to play the addition and subraction games you would need to have accumulated certain points.And for a 3 yr old this can get tricky.Otherwise I think the product is pretty good and keeps my child focussed.
This was purchased for my grandson. He is in Kindergarten and I thought it was similar to the games that his big sisters have. He is having a great time with this and they have quite a few games that are educational for him to learn and play at the same time.
I bought this game for my 6-year old son's birthday. He loves the game. I love it because its helping him with school and he doesn't even know.
Graphics are a little rough but my kids love the carnival theme!
This was a gift from Santa Claus for my 4 year old daughter. She plays non-stop! She loves this, calls her game console her game girl. This game keeps her attention better than a teaching or activity book would and I don't think she even realizes that it is teaching her. Good work Santa!!
Great software! It teaches color patterns,phonics building three letter words.... & lots of fun with rewards. Well worth the money, perfect for your little kindergartner.
My 4 1/2 and almost 3 yr old LOVES this game, recieved it for a Christmas gift. Although the youngest doesn't understand as much. Seems to keep them busy and very educational.
I bought this for my son who is almost 5 yrs old. He loves this game more than the Batman game he got too. The more he plays the more he comprehends how words are spelled and how the sound, he's learning how to read!
This is one of the games he plays in his game & he's just about completed it within 2 weeks. GREAT!!!!!!
my 5 year old actually likes this one better than her disney princess one.
My 4 year old granddaughter loves it,, It is very educational and it goes from easy to harder, so it will accommodate all levels for 4-6 year olds.
I think this is one of the best Leapster games. A must have for ages 4-6, especially if you're only going to buy a few games. My boys love this one and fight over it. Other favorites are Get Puzzled, Math Missions and Sponge Bob Saves the Day.
Educational, teaches while they are enjoying it.
Gift for 5 year old grandson with new Leapster. He enjoyed playing it. It required a span of capabilites so wasn't boring by being too easy or frustrating by being too hard. Grandson plays with Leapster quite often having multiple games.
This is one of my daughter's favorite games. You earn tickets to buy monster parts for the monster. There is lots of different games. THESE ARE VERY EDUCATIONAL! Worth the money.
If you are only going to by a few games for your child's Leapster, this should be one of them!
It has several different games that you play to earn tickets. You then use the tickets you have earned to buy monster parts to build a monster. Very entertaining and fun for my son! The games are pretty easy. Such as pop the balloon with the picture that is different, shoot the pictures that start with the letter "P" (with green slime), Find the letter "C" then find the letter "A" etc. to spell 3 letter words like cat. It tells you each letter to find so all you are really doing is identifying letters. No reading skills are required.
My 3 year old son loves this game! It is perfect for keeping him occupied in the car on trips.
My 5 yr old loves this game and I don't feel bad that she is playing a video game while learning at the same time. Her 3 yr old brother had also taken interest in the game and they are both walking around now identifying letters throughout the house.