LeapFrog Leaping LettersLeapFrog Leaping Letters

LeapFrog Leaping Letters

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Make learning a blast with LeapFrog® Leaping Letters. Designed with kids ages 3-6 in mind, there are plenty of ways to play for fast-action alphabet learning fun. Kids race against the clock to put all the letters pieces in their spots before time runs out and they go POP! Put alphabet skills to the test with an adjustable timer that allows all ages to get in on the fun. Change up the level of difficulty easily with color-coded letter pieces that let kids progress to using all 26 letters of the alphabet when they're ready. Advance to word building and start forming words with add-on activity cards that make beating the clock an exciting challenge. No batteries required. Leaping Letters comes with everything kids need to match letters, explore the alphabet and build fine motor skills.
A2
An adjustable timer allows all ages to play; No batteries required
The 26 letters are color coded to provide different levels of difficulty
Extra add-on activity cards for advanced, fast-action, word-building fun
Helps teach the alphabet as it builds matching and fine motor skills
Play solo or with a friend; Ages 3-6 years
Product name:LeapFrog Leaping LettersDimensions:11.05" H × 8.73" W × 2.81" LShipping weight:1.92 lbs.UPC:708431193222

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 6

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Misses the mark I am generally a big fan of Leap Frog products, but unfortunately Leaping Letters has been a disappointment. The letter try will not lock down into position, making the "leaping" feature useless. There isn't any storage for the letters or the word building cards, making it easy to lose pieces and not making it very portable. I think that the letters and the raised peg are a bit too small, even for my 3 year old's hand, and he finds it a bit difficult to place the letters in their positions without knocking neighboring letters out of place. He was excited to open his gift and immediately exclaimed "letters!" and was eager to play. I wish it worked better and had a slightly better design so that we could enjoy it together.
Date published: 2016-12-30