Leapfrog DVD Set
Here is a super deal for all of you Leapfrog fans! I LOVE the leapfrog DVD’s, we have 4 of them and they are great educational fun! Get the Leapfrog DVD set below!
Amazon has the LeapFrog Learning DVD Set priced at only $16.90 right now! (Reg. $30.00)
LeapFrog is well known for excellent learning toys and educational DVDs. This three-DVD set introduces preschoolers to important preschool and kindergarten skills like counting, recognizing letters and the sounds they make, combining letter sounds to make words, and using words to build sentences. What makes these LeapFrog DVDs so appealing are the cute animated frog characters Leap and his younger siblings Tad and Lily, who express many of the same fears and insecurities most preschoolers experience; the discs also boast age-appropriate concepts and lessons, fun songs in a variety of musical styles that reinforce concepts learned, and interactive bonus features. In Let’s Go to School, Tad and Lily are excited and a little bit scared about their upcoming first day of school. After some reassurance from big brother Leap, Edison the firefly uses his magic stone to transport the kids to the classroom the day before school starts. They learn that many of the items that populate the classroom are just as nervous about the first day of school as they are. As Tad and Lily meet classroom things like chalk, erasers, a clock, books, and a calendar, they are also introduced to some important pre-reading skills like letters and the sounds they make, counting, the days of the week, and the months of the year. Letter Factory finds Tad seeking help from Professor Quigley in the letter factory for an important family presentation. In the factory’s fun-filled letter classrooms, Tad practices his karate kicks with the k‘s, drums on the bongos in the d room, and catches a few z‘s in the z room while learning to recognize all the letters and the sounds they make. Talking Words Factory is all about Tad learning to put together letters to form words with some help from the “Sticky-ick-o-rama” machine, and combining words to form sentences with the “Word Whammer” in order to complete an application to nominate his dad for a “Best Dad” contest. Also included with this set are 26 colorful letter flash cards that offer suggestions for creative activities to help kids learn their letters and letter sounds. (Ages 3 to 6 years)