No one wants their kids’ brains to turn to sludge with mindless activities before it even has a chance to fully develop. You never know, we may have a future rocket scientist on our hands!… read more
Kids are no strangers to games, including the classics. But how familiar are they with the components inside that make them tick? Thanks to the Ever Wonder? Circuit Pinball Electronics Lab, from Uncle Milton,… read more
Click clack, click clack. Thanks to the Magformers My First Pastel 30-Piece Set, little ones ages 18 months and up can click and clack their way through playtime with geometric, pastel-colored shapes. If you’re unfamiliar… read more
by Dr. Clement Chau, director of learning, VTech, LeapFrog With gift-giving season kicking into high gear, it’s a great time to look for gifts that give more and contribute to a child’s early learning environment. A… read more
These little dinos tuck away inside the eggs for surprise counting fun. Each numbered and colored egg holds a corresponding number of dinos inside, so children learn about number correspondence while developing fine motor skills.
Kids can use the easy-to-hold wrench to build their very own robot. Using fine motor skills, they will twist five color, shape, and number pieces into place to construct the 8-inch robot.
Kids can create mesmerizing designs by pouring in water and sand, then rotating the frame. Continually create art in motion by rotating the frame when the sand settles. Explore the properties of physics, density, and… read more
Get ready for the ultimate learning adventure! Join us for the #ultimatefun Twitter Party, sponsored by LeapFrog, on Friday, September 22 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EST. Get ready for a fun-filled hour of conversation, trivia, and giveaways! LeapPad Ultimate is… read more
Order up! LeapFrog‘s Scoop & Learn Ice Cream Cart doesn’t just let kids scoop out some tasty (although inedible) treats for customers, but also dishes out the preschool knowledge. Through completing different orders and activities,… read more
Summer is over and the long, warm days of letting the fresh air fill our minds has transitioned back to academics as kids head back to school. But keeping the fun of the summer and… read more