Thursday, December 10, 2015

Leap TV Allows Smaller Kids to Feel Like Their Older Siblings, and Provides Educational Fun!

Sometimes, our little ones yearn to be like their older siblings, only to be shut down right? Well we recently received an awesome product that allows our almost three year old to feel more like his big brother, the Leap TV. In the past we have tried similar products, only to be disappointed by the gritty quality and slow to load games. That is not the case with the Leap TV at all! This gaming system is easy to set up, easy to use and allows our toddler to feel like his big brother because he has his own system. There is a large selection of games available to purchase to play with it, and is so much fun! Even my husband had quite a deal of fun playing with Blaze and the Monster Machines on it. It is the perfect system for my three year old son. It is also a very affordable option depending on where it is purchased! I know right now I have seen some amazing prices on Leap TV and the games.

Some games allow the child to get physical, and almost all of the game offer educational aspects to it, which is so very important to me! A feature that my son loves most is that he can see himself on the screen with the camera that easily mounts to the television. He can actually even interact with himself on the screen and make it dance. I will suggest that this game is played in a highly lit room because lighting is very important with the virtual interaction.

The remote is perfect for smaller, clumsier hands and is definitely made for the preschooler, or early school aged child. While I know that he will outgrow this gaming system in the next year or two, it is certainly priced accordingly. Right now it is available for less than $60 on amazon, and you certainly would never be able to touch another gaming system, or even decent tablet for that price! Imagine the Happiness your little boy or girl might have on Christmas morning if Santa brought them their very own gaming system?

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