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LeapFrog Count and Draw

 

At 3.5 years old my twins are the perfect age to give LeapFrog’s Count and Draw a test drive. And, thanks to LeapFrog, they have been doing just that. When it comes to early education, it’s always a great idea to have a learning toy that is not only fun but educational. Form my experience, with my girls, it’s these kind of toys that really advance their learning.

With the LeapFrog Count and Draw, toddlers can learn how to draw shapes, write numbers, count from 0 to 10 and play early math games. Position words such as ‘above’ and ‘below’ guide children through fun activities too.

The LeapFrog Count and Draw looks like a little tablet, great for home or taking on the go. And, I have to admit that in the car is when I appreciate this game most. The other day I was asking my twins to trace a couple of letters and they just didn’t have the interest. One try and they were soon back to drawing happy faces and rainbows. Yet, with the Count and Draw, their attention is maintained enough to trace many letters. Let’s just say that it’s fun and lively, I guess more convincing than Mom with a pencil and paper asking them to trace. Hey, whatever works, right?

The twins are too young to do the addition and subtraction games like the Treasure Hun or the Animals in the Barn games {which feature familiar friend, Scout}. Yet it’s a product that’ll grow with them, proving more education as they get older. Plus, it’s teaching them more shapes too, beyond the circle that they always draw on paper.

For an introduction to early learning at home, and for education by way of fun – the LeapFrog Count and Draw is ideal for toddlers aged 3+. It’s available in English or French, for the regular price of $19.99  CAD. Parents can also connect to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path, for customized learning insights and ideas to expand learning.

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Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the great gift ideas, my daughter is also 3.5 so these are all perfect ideas for her as well and it’s nice to read a review before deciding what to buy this year.

  2. Hi Tammi! This is very helpful. My two year old son is addicted to the games that I’ve downloaded to my cellphone. Ive been thinking on buying Nintendo ds but I’m hesitant because he’s too young. Since he already knows how to count this might be the perfect gift for him this Christmas.

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