LeapFrog IMagicard Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Learning Game

LeapFrog IMagicard Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Learning Game by LeapFrog


by LeapFrog
$6.43
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on 8-17-2018
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Product Features
LeapFrog Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Imagicard Learning Game for LeapFrog Tablets:
  • Age Range: 5 to 8 years
  • Includes full Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles digital game plus 31 interactive cards, collectible card storage tin and play mat
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Item Description


LeapFrog ImagicardTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Learning Game:
  • For LeapFrog tablet (sold separately)
  • Includes 33 character and curricular cards
  • LeapFrog learning game teaches mathematics and problem-solving skills
  • Recommended for ages 5-8


What buyers are saying
This is a pretty nifty little game for the newer LeapPads. I remember the TMNT's from my son's childhood, he couldn't get enough of them. It's pretty cool to see they have 'aged' well and continue to keep kids entertained.The best part of this game in my opinion, is the cool metal tin that holds the game cards. I'll probably nick this from the grandson once he tires, or outgrows it. It's a heavy duty little sucker, and it's TMNT, how can you go wrong?As for the game itself, its pretty cool too. Learning/Educational games have to walk that line between actually being fun to make the kids wqant to play it, and educational enough to teach them something. This one does it just fine. We're dealing with pizza and turtles here, hard to mess that up.The cards contain QR codes that you scan with the tablet, and that downloads the game, adds characters and different modes and functions. It's another one of those touches that makes it seem more grownup, and the kids always like that. These turtles are into math, as well as the pizza, villains, banter and being ninjas. The games progress nicely, they start out easy and get harder as they go along. Each one needs to be completed before moving on to the next. This is a good and bad point. It's good in that it makes sure they 'learned' whatever that level wanted them to, but can be a bit frustrating when they don't get it right away, and get bored and want to move on or do something else.It teaches the younger ones basic math with easy to grasp concepts, like, if you have a whole pizza, and someone eats some, you have less, and how many people can have some pizza before you don't have any left. Kinda makes me want some pizza now.....before it's all gone.