LeapPad by Leapfrog

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  • A library of 100+ games, digital books, videos and flash cards (works with all Leapster Explorer" games and apps). Also includes a built-in camera & video recorder, 5" touch screen for use with finger or included stylus.

    2GB of memory, enabling it to host a robust suite of apps including: innovative UltraBook" apps that provide a fully interactive, multimedia reading experience with word-by-word support and state-of-the-art gameplay; a Story Studio to combine art, audio and writing; Art, Animation and Photo studios to inspire imaginations.

    A broad curriculum including reading, mathematics, science, geography, art, music, language and culture, health and more. Plus, skill levels automatically adjust the challenge to match each child's pace.

    Access to see learning progress through the online LeapFrog Learning Path. Parents can also share their child's achievements, artwork and creations with loved ones.
      
    Limitless learning and endless play for children ages 4 to 9 years.
    Requires 4 AA batteries (not included)


  • A tablet for the little set designed just for them! By Leapfrog, the company parents and Aunties trust to develop the minds (and the fun) of young children.

    Right out of the gate, the LeapPad comes with a built in camera that kids can use to take photos for creative fun within the photo studio app. We also love that it comes with $35 worth of apps with purchase. The apps are very robust, but some can cost $20 as you build your nieces' and nephews' app library beyond the original four, although the majority are much more price accessible. The higher price points are the "UltraBook" apps based on the Leapfrog Tag Reading System which help children learn to read, along with interactive games as part of the book experience. Plus, apps can be downloaded onto multiple LeapPad units per household.

    The LeapPad is much smaller and lighter than an iPad and Leapfrog promises cases are soon to follow.