We are officially addicted to Leap Frog products, and I don’t mind one bit.
The girls love their Readers. Abby uses the Tag Reader with the Learn to Read Books wherever we go. She is already a smart girl. She catches on quite quickly, and this has helped her start to sound out words all on her own. I am thrilled.
It is so easy to load books onto the reader. The books are so fun for her to read on her own or as a family. We love the selection of books. There are loads of classics as well as a great selection of newer material from the girls’ favorite cartoons.
Cameron uses the Junior Tag Reader and has a ball. She very quickly figured out how to read it. Now, it entertains her while I am trying to get work done or when we are stuck in the car on a long drive. She loves to read all the time. This was the perfect addition to our home. It has been a fantastic way to teach independence. We love to read together, but I can’t always do it when she wants. This has taught her how to do it on her own!
The girls enjoy the LeapFrog DVD Let’s Go to School. Abby is a bit terrified of the thought of school. She has one more year before she starts Kindergarten. She is currently in some dance camps that get her a bit nervous once in a while, and this fun DVD was so helpful. It helped ease her mind while teaching her about the classroom, the alphabet, and numbers. This is a very fun and informative DVD.
Listen, I get a lot of products sent to me. Legally, now I have to put a disclaimer on all of my posts saying what I received for free or discounted to review. I don’t put up everything I receive. I usually don’t put up the products I do NOT like. If I do put up a review, I am honest about it. I only recommend things I love and for which I wouldn’t be embarrassed to suggest to you to spend your money. Now with that said, I received all of these Leap Frog products for free. Having them sent to my home for free did NOT sway my opinion on them in the slightest. I am quite a picky gal- believe me.