Turns out LeapFrog: The Amazing Alphabet Amusement Park and LeapFrog: Numbers Ahoy which both hit shelves in January appeal to a range of age groups. As regular Cool Baby Kid readers know, we are huge LeapFrog fans and credit some of their educational products to helping the kids learn letters, letter sounds and more. We jumped at the chance to check out the new DVDs. In Alphabet Amusement Park, Tad, Lily and Scout work together to save their firefly friend Edison from the Amazing Alphabet Ferris Wheel by learning letters big and small. Some children may already be familiar with LeapFrog’s Scout; my son sleeps with him each night which made it fun to see him on the big screen.
Alternatively, in LeapFrog: Numbers Ahoy the gang helps rescue Scout who was captured by a pirate using their new number skills. Pirate Pythagoras and other underwater creatures are no match for Tad, Lily and their friend Edison. Car rides are a perfect opportunity for learning, and on a recent trip to the Crayola Factory, even my sister couldn’t help join in the learning fun (see video below). I had to draw the line when she tried to smuggle the DVDs back to law school with her though. The kids enjoy them too much.
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