If you want to support your sons or daughters to make and learn for example his studies in classyou may well be have to have a tool called practicing tablet. The most popular in learning tabletfor the children is Leapfrog Tablet. With Leapfrog Tablet provides you with entry to more than100 educational books, games, videos, and apps. Subjects like mathematics, reading, and scienceare covered in a fun and interactive way. The LeapPad’s built-in camera can shoot video,allowing kids to make animation and art to share with friends and familyThe Leap Pad tablet has a excellent 5 various display screen. Its large and bright. you didn’t seea way to control the brightness. The screen is larger than numerous product like as leapPad. Thedisplay screen, which measures 3.2. The resolution for the LeapPad is 480 x 272, and this is myfavourite features is a touch screen. You need to use your finger or the supplied stylus. Thestylus is magnetic, but it really can be harnessed to the device with a supplied cord. Anadditional stylus is supplied in case one gets broken or lost. That has happened 3 times to us withother Leapsters - so it is great having that extra on hand.The leapfrog tablet is an excellent ideas for parent to help their child to produce and learn abouttheir study at home. The leap pad tablet have many features like as : A library of 100+ cartridge games, apps, digital books, videos and flash cards (sold separately, works with all Leapster Explorer games and apps) Includes a built-in camera and video recorder, 5 touch screen for use with finger or included stylus and 4 apps (Pet Pad, Story Studio, Art Studio and one app of your choice). Great info for leappad tablet feautres. 2GB of memory, enabling it to host a robust suite of apps including: innovative ultra eBooks that provide word-by-word support, a Story Studio to combine art, audio and
A broad curriculum including reading, mathematics, science, geography, art, music, language and culture, health and more - skill levels automatically adjust the challenge to match each child’s pace and remember progress from game to game and book to book.Customer Reviews" Hi! I am Erin T. and I run a website called theMomBuzz. Recently I received aLeapPad from LeapFrog to review and I am sharing my thoughts here on Amazon.The LeapPad has a great 5" screen. It is large and bright. I didnt see a way tocontrol the brightness. The screen is larger than the Leapster Explorer Screen,which measures 3.2". The resolution for the LeapPad is 480 x 272. (The LeapsterExplorer was 420 x 420.) It is a touch screen. You can use your finger or thesupplied stylus. The stylus is magnetic, but it can be harnessed to the device with asupplied cord. An extra stylus is supplied in case one gets broken or lost. That hashappened 3 times to us with other Leapsters - so it is great having that extra onhand.The LeapPad device is white with green accents. There is also a violet option, whichis nice for the girls. On the front of the tablet there is a power button, sound downand sound up button, and home button. There is also a large silver button that canbe used like a finger control, to move a cursor up, down, left, right or explore otheroptions.The LeapPad comes with a camera, video recorder and microphone. The cameracan take 30,000 pictures and the LeapPad can record 120 minutes of video.GAMES & ACTIVITIES:The LeapPad is similar to the Leapster Explorer in what kids can do with it. Theycan read e-books, play learning games, enhance art and animation skills, listen toand play music, learn writing, watch videos, and do flash cards. It also has a built-in camera and video recorder, while that requires an additional accessory for theLeapster Explorer.One thing I LOVE about the LeapPad is that it works with other Leapster ExplorerGames and Apps! That means if I download an app for my sons Leapster Explorer,I can also upload it onto my other sons LeapPad. And the boys can also sharecartridges. And with the LeapPad came a HUGE library of game cartridges and appsto choose from. Most games and apps are extra, though, not included with aLeapPad purchase.
What game(s) do come with your LeapPad purchase?1. PetPad: Learn to draw letters while teaching a custom pet tricks. Keep your pethealthy and clean with feeding and washing. The Leapster Explorer also comes withPetPad, but with the LeapPad kids can use the microphone to "blow dry" their pet,they shake the device to help their pet JUMP over a pond to pop balloons and theycan even tilt the device to move the pet as it follows them onto their home page.You need to connect the LeapPad to your computer to use collected points topurchase food and accessories for the pet. Dont worry - it wont die if you dont doit. But it encourages you as a parent to connect the game to the computer so youcan track your childs learning progress.2. Story Studio: All About Me: The artwork, photos, writing and recordings kidscreate all culminate in the Story Studio experience. In the Story Studio, kids createtheir own book that can be uploaded to view in LeapFrog Connect or shared withfriends via Facebook or e-mail.3. Art Studio: I am SO THRILLED that Art Studio was included with the LeapPad.The Leapster Explorer didnt have an included Art Program - so my boys were usingthe Art Studio from Mr. Pencil or Tangled to get creative. The Leapster 2 DID comewith an Art Studio, so I was a little sad when I found out the Leapster Explorerdidnt. And whenever a parent asked me what game to get for their new LeapsterExplorer, I always said, "Mr. Pencil saves Doodleburg," because it was educationaland creative. But with the included Art Studio, it gives me more options for whatgames we can get next. With the Art Studio the boys use stamps, shapes, patternbrushes, pencils, erasers (all virtual) to create pictures and express their creativity.4. Camera/ Video Recorder: The LeapPad has a built-in camera and video recorder.My son used it immediately to take a picture of me. And then I used it to take apicture of HIM for his profile. Thats when I realized that the camera is low-res. Heloves taking photos and videos, but he can tell the difference of quality. But it isgood for the purpose and helps keep the cost of the product lower than if it was ahigher-res camera. With the camera kids can take pictures and videos and then addfun effects.Additional games, books and videos have to be added either as an app or with acartridge. Remember, there is a library of over 100 choices. Additional apps andgames are separate reviews on theMomBuzz. Please refer to the bottom of the postto connect you to these other reviews.WHO TO BUY THIS FOR:
The LeapPad is designed for children 4 to 9. I would actually feel comfortable givingthis to an advanced, tech savvy 2 year old. (Parents and grandparents will knowwho I am talking about! So many toddlers can use a smart phone better than anadult. This is a much better alternative to giving a toddler your precious iPad.)WHY BUY IT?Why do I suggest the LeapPad for kids 2 - 6? Well, my sons have owned a Leapstersince they were 2 and I feel that the educational games have helped them withtheir writing, science and match skills. Its a creative outlet. And its a great way todisguise learning as fun. I know some parents purchase the Nintendo DSis andother handhelds, but weve gotten away without needing to purchase one yet -even though their cousins own those handhelds. My kids have been happy withtheir Leapsters and the new LeapPad as their handheld and entertainment ofchoice. And I prefer it to, knowing the games were designed with learning in mind.Plus, the Leapster Explorer and the LeapPad are great that you can keepchallenging them with new apps, they are cross-compatible to take each othersgames and the LeapPad remembers your childs progress from game-to-game andbook-to-book.Finally, maybe you are trying to decide between the Leapster Explorer and theLeapPad. Both are EXCELLENT devices. I :heart: them both. But with the LeapPadyou are getting the camera/video recorder built in, it has a microphone, it has alarger screen and kids will experience a new way of reading with Ultra eBooks, aninteractive cinematic reading experience. (Ill post more about that this week whenI review the Cars2 Ultra eBook.)MORE THAN ONE PLAYER:The LeapPad does allow for more than one person to sign-on to the game. Only oneperson can play at a time. But... if my oldest is in school and my youngest wants toplay, I can sign-in under his name. So then the LeapPad will know that the youngerbrother is playing and will adjust the settings to make the games challengingenough for his level of learning.And I have to say, when I first turned this on (after my 5-year old had been playingfor a few hours) I saw that he created a profile for ME. How sweet is that? He hadmy name, my picture and chose a nice pink background for me. :heart:RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES:
I am also really excited that this is the first LeapFrog device I own that acceptsrechargeable batteries. Previously all the devices stated that peak performancewouldnt occur with those batteries. But that has changed now! And trust me, yourkids will be running down the batteries in the beginning as they wont want to goanywhere without the LeapPad.WHAT IT COMES WITH:When you purchase the LeapPad, it comes with a CD to get LeapFrog Connect onyour computer, a USB cord and an extra stylus.WHAT YOU MAY WANT TO BUY:* LeapPad Case to keep it protected when not in use* LeapPad Gel Skin to protect it when being used* Headphones so you dont have to listen to the games when traveling or in anofficeAll accessories can be found at LeapFrog.com. " By The Mom Buzz "Erin T." (Tampa Bay, FL) :My Son Wont Put it Down, August 19, 2011