As Leapfrog Ambassadors, we are regularly sent items to review. We were asked to do a Leapfrog LeapReader review a while ago. Rather than write down our thoughts, I decided to record a video review so you can see for yourself how it works…

Leapfrog LeapReader review

The Leapfrog LeapReader is aimed at children aged 4-8 and has an RRP of £39.99. It charges via a USB port on your computer, and each charge lasts for at least 3+ hours in our experience.

You do need to have internet access to be able to download the data to the pen, and I’d advise opening the package, charging and loading the data onto the pen before wrapping it up, as it does take a few hours to charge the first time.

Leapfrog LeapReader review

The video shows the Interactive Solar System Set in use. This has an RRP of £16.99 and is available from Amazon. I highly recommend this for any mini Space fans out there.

All told, we really like the Leap Reader and the Solar System Set. It is a brilliant system, it works really well and it has definitely helped Syd’s love of books flourish.

What Leapfrog Say

The LeapReader is a complete system to help your child learn to read and write. It works by sounding out words and guiding letter strokes interactively. LeapReader engages kids in imaginative stories with lively character voices. While also building vocabulary and reading comprehension skills. Children learn to read and write better when they learn to read and write together using the LeapReader and its library of learning materials.

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