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Review: LeapFrog Leap Start

Our daughter really enjoys the books for the LeapStart. I love that she can do them on her own or with us. It’s all done in a game format so the child has fun but is learning at the same time. They have a variety of subjects and books for different ages. 


In the back of each book is a section of the different skills that can be learned with the book. They give you stickers that match the book so you can sticker off as your child obtains each skill. I really enjoy thing aspect of the books because then it gives you an idea of what areas you need to focus on with your child.



There are 2 downsides to LeapFrog. 1 is that you need internet and a computer to download the books and you only have so much space. The second downside is that batteries get drain really fast with this but that could also be because my daughter plays with it everyday. I would prefer if I could just charge the base instead of having to use a bunch of batteries every month. 

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