LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten

LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten

  • Teaches 45 essential reading and math skills
  • Reading skills include phonics, rhyming, spelling, and upper/lower case letters
  • Math skills include math terms, numbers & counting, and logic
  • Kids play to earn tickets to buy monster parts, then build a complete monster and bring it to life
  • For use with the separately sold Leapster Learning Game System

Welcome to Carnival Marvel. Step right up to play six fun-filled learning games that teach 45 essential kindergarten reading and math skills. Play each learning game to earn tickets to buy monster parts. Then, build an entire monster and teach it a silly dance so it can take the stage. Requires Leapster Multimedia Learning System (sold separately).

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List Price: $ 24.99

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6 Responses to “LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten”

  1. Shauna Sheridan says:

    Review by Shauna Sheridan for LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten
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    I bought a leapster for Christmas, and I have the Sponge Bob, the Dora, the Kindergarten, the 1st grade and the cartridge it comes with. Out of all those cartridges the one all my kids like the best is the kindergarten. My 7 year old played it today for almost 2 hours, my 3 year old played it for at least 30 minutes, and even my 5th grader enjoyed it for a whole hour. Of all the games it is the one that is the most like an educational game boy game. You are at a carnival and you are trying to earn tickets to build the funniest monster and to buy cool tunes for it to dance to for the show. You can then make the monster do funny dance moves for the show. Games to earn tickets include a balloon popping game that teaches opposites, a candy making game that teaches sequences/ patterns, a blaster one, and the fun house that is like a game boy where you have to find the letters to spell certain words. You earn red tickets at certain games and blue tickets at other games, then as you buy monster parts it teaches addition. I have to admit even I have enjoyed playing it and think it is the best of all the leapster games out.

  2. Dena says:

    Review by Dena for LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten
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    My son is newly 5 years old. I first purchased the Leap Pad quite some time ago and it seems, even to this day, he’s too young for it or he just gets bored of it quickly. I purchased the Leapster for Christmas and he LOVES it. On his birthday, I gave him the kindergarten software. (He will be going into Kingergarten this coming September). Its his FAVORITE one to date. Its like owning a video game, only EDUCATIONAL. He plays with it CONSTANTLY while learning his letters, numbers and even how to spell small words. I can’t rave about it enough.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Review by for LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten
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    I am six. I liked balloon kaboom the best, because you got to pop balloons and it was funny.

  4. Happy Mom says:

    Review by Happy Mom for LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten
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    I have a 4 year old that got this for Christmas. I have been trying to get him interested in alphabet, numbers – anything!!! Well, this toy did it! He has spent more time learning than playing with his beloved action figures. I would recommend this item very very highly. Great games, very simple controls and easy to set up. Games have lots of levels that make it a challenge as they grow.
    Can’t wait for more games to come out.GET THE LEAPSTER – it is that good.

  5. I. Hays says:

    Review by I. Hays for LeapFrog Leapster® Educational Game: Kindergarten
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    I bought this for my little boys 3rd birthday, he loves Leapster. It has been dropped and banged and still works. He is now 3 and a half and can write his name and some other words, he knows all his letters and sounds. Leapster has really helped him. My little girl is about to turn 2 and she loves the painting programs.

  6. Jim Borozny says:

    Each time I see blogs as great as this for the reason that I will need to quit bludging and begin operating on mine.Thanks

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