Disclosure: I received free products in order to host the LeapFrog sponsored MommyParty. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Yep, it’s cold outside. I mean REALLY cold. So I ask you, what is a mom supposed to do with kids indoors that can burn energy, is fun, and is most importantly educational? Well, unfortunately for us, our television set no longer streams shows, unless you count what we can get to come in with our rabbit ears. <– We cancelled our service a long time ago (and I’ve never looked back). However, even though we rarely use our television to watch T.V., we still held on to our television set. Why? For family movie nights and fun products such as these. Check out this new kid centered gaming system
and a new reason to gather around your television as a family.
I will be the first to admit that this new gaming system is pretty cool. It is absolutely perfect for my young children’s gaming abilities and different learning levels, plus it is educational centered. With this new system from LeapFrog, each kids profile is set with their age, so my four year old’s questions aren’t quite as challenging as my seven year old’s questions are. <—Smart. And while my kids are having a blast jumping around, climbing ropes and dancing in a dance party, they are also answering math problems, word combinations and other age appropriate questions. Oh, and how could I forget the coolest thing yet, they can see themselves on t.v.!
In order to give this new product a workout, we decided to bring it to Sunday supper at my mothers house and let all of the kids have at it, because between my sisters and I and all of the neighborhood kids who come over, we have no shortage of kids. 🙂 Having all of these kids all together every Sunday is LOUD, but it’s fun.
As you can see, everyone had a blast with this new gaming system from Leapfrog and I am sure that after this party a couple of Santa’s wish lists will be getting a new addition.
The Leap TV gaming system retails for $149.99 and is designed specifically for kids ages 3-8. It is available wherever LeapFrog is sold. I’ve found it both online and in my local big chain stores.
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Do you play with video games with your kids? What types of things do you look for in gaming systems when considering purchasing them for your kids? Tell me your thoughts in the comment section below.