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LeapFrog’s Spin & Sing ball musically introduces babies to letters and animals, while encouraging language development and motor skills. The colorful spinning wheel matches each letter of the alphabet with a different animal, all in three fun learning modes: letters, animals and music. Launch date: July 2007.
— As of 8.30.10, this product had 5 out of 5 stars from 19 reviews on Target.com and was listed in the top 30 best-selling toys and games. PROS: Durable, entertaining and educational.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13574 (added 6/22/2007)
Toddlers can now invite another friend to join the band and play LeapFrog’s new Learn & Groove Animal Sounds Guitar. The colorful guitar, complete with whammy bar and fret button, introduces numbers and animals in English or Spanish, while encouraging little ones’ exploration of music and guitar sound effects. The guitar’s three fun learning modes—numbers, animals and music—will keep kids jamming and learning. Launch date: July 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13534 (added 6/18/2007)
The WordLaunch system is a carnival-themed multimedia adventure that engages children and encourages them to learn, through animated games that offer fun rewards. The system recognizes 2,000 preschool and kindergarten words and actively helps children learn 300 common three- and four-letter words. The system comes ready to play and includes the magic word machine, TV connector cable, 32 letter tiles and an alphabet tray for organizing and storing the letters. Launch date: July 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13533 (added 6/18/2007)
The Brightlings Exploration Station offers new worlds for babies to discover each time they play. When babies drop a play pal into the Tumble Tunnel, they’ll hear musical chimes; in toddler mode, children will hear counting, from one to ten. At the Greetings Gate, baby mode is all about opposites, while toddlers can hear the word “hello” in five languages! Babies will love the three included Bitty Brights play pals, who dance with the colored ribbons on Rainbow Balcony and bounce with the Bobblers. Launch date: July 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13532 (added 6/18/2007)
FLY Fusion Pentop Computer enhances homework productivity by providing easy access to subject information for faster problem-solving and real-time homework support. New for 2007 is a sleeker design and improved hardware capabilities. Students can upload notes and drafts they write on special FLY paper to a PC and convert them to word processing or e-mail documents. Users can also download useful applications for their FLY Fusion platform, as well as store and play an album’s worth of MP3 files. Launch date: July 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13531 (added 6/18/2007)
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This product turns any TV into a child’s first computer, featuring a desktop experience that looks and works like a grown-up PC. It delivers a safe, age-appropriate computing experience through engaging games that help children build important preschool and basic computing skills. The system features a cartridge console that plugs into the TV and a working desktop, as well as a child-sized, wireless keyboard and convertible mouse for righties and lefties. Friendly green puppy Scout guides children through leveled-learning activities involving keyboard navigation, mousing, phonics skills, simple math, shapes and more. “The ClickStart system is a welcome tool for parents who want their children to benefit from using a computer, but would rather spare their high-end desktops the task,” Erin Nelson of LeapFrog told TDmonthly. Launch date: Fall 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11693 (added 2/27/2007)
These fun-to-use maracas feature twinkling lights, silly sounds and lively music, and introduce numbers from 1 to 10 and the colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple in both English and Spanish.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10673 (added 12/14/2006)
Benefit from 15 activities, including bilingual learning for letters, numbers, colors, shapes and musical instruments. Learn ‘N Groove for sitting babies or standing toddlers.
— As of 7.27.2010, this product had 4.5 out of 5 stars from 568 reviews on Amazon.com, and was listed No. 34 in the top 100 best-selling toys and games. PROS: Colorful, appeals to a wide age range and entertains consistently. Includes bilingual feature. CONS: Children might try to climb on it.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10565 (added 12/8/2006)
Children can create more than 325 three-letter words with interactive, magnetic letters that sing and teach, and are based on the LeapFrog Talking Words Factory video. The Word Whammer features three modes of play: letter hunt, word builder, and word hunt. Lights follow each letter during play to reinforce the learning. Volume control and 3AA batteries are included.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10516 (added 12/7/2006)
This is the only basketball game that teaches numbers and counting all the way to 100 – in both English and Spanish. The product features rally sounds and a cheering crowd for encouragement, and children can choose the counting mode and language. The game can be attached to a chair, doorknob or wall, and includes a 3” soft ball. This product received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10504 (added 12/7/2006)
With this portable, lightweight system, letters, words and numbers come to life with the touch of a Magic Pen, and interactive learning games, sing-a-longs and word play give kids a full-throttle jump into the exciting world of reading. Children can just snap in a book, pop in a cartridge, and be ready to read and play.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9955 (added 11/8/2006)
This game sends kids on a desperate mission to save the universe using the secrets of Sudoku. It’s a fun and interactive way to learn and play Sudoku. The game includes Sudoku: The Power of Nine FLYware Cartridge and a comic and puzzle book with more than 200 puzzles.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9583 (added 10/4/2006)
Launch Date: January 2005
This interactive writing system will help kids learn how to compare and contrast essays, write their own persuasive essays, engage in creative writing, such as short stories and poetry, and more. The system takes them through brainstorming and outlining to editing and revising. The game includes a FLY Through Writing FLYware Cartridge, 20 idea maps, 20 pages of drafting paper, 50 pages of FLY open paper, a Story Starter, Poetry Slam, FLY thesaurus, control panel, flight manual and a storage box. Launch date: 2005. (Read Review)
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9582 (added 10/4/2006)
Using a FLY Pentop computer, players navigate around a Harry Potter interactive Marauder’s Map and use their movie knowledge to master 15 magical games. If they think they know Hogwarts, they’ll soon find out by trying to correctly answer the game’s questions. The game includes a Harry Potter Marauder’s Map and a Quick Start Guide.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9581 (added 10/4/2006)
Kids can get step-by-step help solving beginning algebra homework with this handheld computer game system. FLY Through Algebra is the faster, easier way to learn how to solve simple algebra problems. It aids with single variable equations, inequalities, factoring and even graphic linear equations. The kit comes with a FLY Through Algebra FLYware Cartridge, 50 pages of graph paper, 50 pages of FLY open paper, a lead pencil cartridge, interactive glossary, key-facts study sheet, control panel, flight manual and a storage box. Launch date: 2005. (Read Review)
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9580 (added 10/4/2006)
Kids can sing along to 10 great learning songs that are based on the Letter Factory and Talking Factory videos, while playing with Letter Factory flash cards that help them to master key phonics skills. It includes 26 letter cards, a card case and a music CD. It teaches letter names, letter sounds and learning songs.
— “Leapfrog is a consistent seller, innovative and trusted by parents,” mentioned Marcus Witt, owner of Live & Learn in Vancouver, B.C., “This product really catches the smallest learners.
— “This is a great learning toy. We find it to be a wonderful seller, and an excellent educational tool,” declared Bobbie Douglas, owner of Utah’s Best in Salt Lake City.
— M. Fields of Alexadria, Va., Kinah’s mom, said “The songs on this CD are great! My nearly 3-year-old jumps around to the music and is learning some of the songs because the tunes are so catchy.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7668 (added 4/21/2006)
When Mr. Websley builds Storybook Factory to create talking storybooks, Leap, Lily and their friends act out "The Three Little Pigs," while Professor Quigley captures the scenes and words for the book! As narrator, Tad learns chunking and inflection and gains reading confidence. Children learn along with him, reading highlighted text that appears during the scenes. Kids can join this magical adventure and build a lifelong love of reading.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5558 (added 11/15/2005)
This Leapster offers two ways to play: Kids can learn while traveling or plug into the television, with the unique dual screen learning. advantage, children can interact with the handheld screen. This educational handheld offers multiple skill levels and tailored tutorials. Parents can share in learning experiences as they watch their children play.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4881 (added 9/30/2005)
Depending on what button on the globe?s base is pressed, this globe can tell users all kinds of geographic information, including population, distances, a nation?s highest point, its currency and the lowest point of large bodies of water, to name just a few features.
? Michelle Burns, supervisor at Grandrabbit?s Toy Shoppe in Boulder, Colo., who was currently sold out of the product, said they have sold out of this product a couple of different times throughout the year.
? It was an Educational Source Top 10 Toy of the Year.
? It is a best seller at the Discovery Channel Store online.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4383 (added 8/31/2005)
Age Range: 0 to 2
Launch Date: September 2005
The LeapStages Infant Learning System transforms throughout baby?s first year based on the learning parents choose to match to their baby?s abilities and interests. There are four LeapStages Learning Screens: LeapStage 1, The Classical Connections screen (lying-down mode), uses music, lights, and black/white patterns to provide a variety of stimulation; LeapStage 2, The Baby Senses screen (lying down mode), shows real baby faces and plays music with real baby coos and giggles to encourage language development; LeapStage 3, With the Word Play screen (sitting up mode), rewards baby?s touches with colorful images and lights; LeapStage 4, The Learning Songs screen (standing mode), has lively melodies that promote language and memory development.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4075 (added 8/2/2005)
Age Range: 1 and up
This train comes with 5 cars and an engine that displays different number of objects, which match to the number on the car, reinforcing the number/object correlation. However, the magic really begins when toddlers can attach each of the cars in any order and get a different response. With 3 modes of play, toddlers are introduced to numbers, colors, animal names, animal sounds, music and other fun sounds.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4029 (added 7/27/2005)
Age Range: 8 and up
Kids listen to a nationīs statistical information, including its population size, music and currency, by touching the globe with an interactive pen. Students can compare information between two countries. The Explorer Globe includes a game that challenges players to find various spots on earth.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3974 (added 7/18/2005)
Cinderella and Belle help guide the user through various learning activities, such as letter hunt, spelling games, addition and subtraction games, and number find. Both Belle and Cinderella tell jokes, sing songs, and encourage the child with sweet and cheerful voices. If left unplayed for a period of time, the princesses ask, "Would you like to play some more?" and if there is no answer, the toy shuts itself off. An LCD screen displays letters, numbers and other pictures during the activities. Although there is virtually no setup, it does require 4 "AA" batteries (included).
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3931 (added 7/14/2005)
Age Range: 0 and up
Hug, cuddle or squeeze this plush frog and you?ll get a variety of responses sure to engage and delight.
- This item was a top seller for several Web retailers including Amazon.com and WalMart.com in May 2005.
- Imaginarium.com says that this item promotes visual skills, musical ability, independent play and motor skills in little ones.
- Newly released tie-in products, including a ?Baby Tad?s First Feelings? book, are sure to increase interest in this award winner.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3615 (added 5/20/2005)
Age Range: 0 to 1
The ?Touch and Tug Discovery Book? tells stories, plays music and has pictures of animals that interact with readers when the animals are ?tugged.?
- This item was a top seller on eToys.com for babies in May 2005.
- This Discovery Book can attach to a baby?s crib or be conveniently folded for travel, making it a great ?go everywhere? toy.
- This product teaches logic, motor skills, music and creativity, reading and language, and social development.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3587 (added 5/18/2005)
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