Below are the feedbacks from other customers who ever bought the products. Not all of them wrote positive feedbacks, hopefully, this leap frog review could assist you to decide which toys or games to buy for your kids at home.
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Leap Frog Reviews from Other Customers:
Michael R wrote “I bought this for my younger daughter (age 3) & I’m glad that I did. There aren’t a lot of different play modes yet given the purpose of the toy & the age of my daughter, it’s perfect. It does a terrific job of first showing the desired shape or letter & then giving the opportunity for them to replicate it by following along the lights. Too much more than that can be confusing, especially for the age of the user, so this does a tremendous job of re-inforcing what’s being learned. As of yet we haven’t discovered any sort of free play mode yet this product was never advertised as a modern day etch a sketch- it’s a tremendous tool to commence introducing letters to a child who will shortly be doing more than an introduction. We love it!”
Dvincent wrote “This is such a tremendous toy! I purchased this toy for my 2 year old nephew & he absolutely loves it. He played with it quite a bit after opening it the day after Christmas. The item arrived just as described & was in tremendous condition. I think it’s an impressive toy to teach youngsters the art of writing their letters. I highly recommend this product.”
Olivia S wrote “I have been pleased with a lot of LeapFrog products in the past so I thought this would follow suit. I bought it for my 3 year old who is ready to learn how to write his letters. It has some satisfactory features, yet other aspects could stand to be improved.
The good: It was effortless to catch his attention & he likes playing with it. The interface is fairly straight forward & he’s able to understand how to operate it, a plus for his age. There are four modes to switch between: shapes, uppercase, lowercase, & games (which really just quizzes you on the letters), which is nice because you don’t have to go through one mode to “level up” to the next to be able to use it. It’s lightweight, & effortless to hold with a storage place for the pen on the back.
The not so good: The screen needs work. It’s complex to see what you’ve written when you’re tracing the lights. You do have to press medium-hard to obtain anything to show up & when it does, it’s still complex to see as it’s a light grey color on a light blue surface. The erasing slider is a little flimsy. It moreover doesn’t donate you correcting feedback if you do it wrong. So no matter what my 3 year old draws, it will say “good job” or some variant thereof. This is actually the second one we’ve had as I had to send the first one back after just one day of use, since the A & L had stopped working. Needless to say, I question the durability of the second one.
Overall, it’s an o.k. product that does what it says, yet the implementation & quality could be much better. Don’t judge all LeapFrog products by this one!”
Colter wrote “This is what is says, the only thing that I don’t like approximately it is that the writing area is just a gel like cover & the pen “scratches” the letter over what the screen shows. It’s not always a smooth writing area, yet is explains how each letter should be written & the child can follow along.
Lisa wrote “It seemed like a tremendous idea & it is satisfactory for tracing letters yet it “burns out” quickly. The part where the kids “trace” is just a plastic sheet that presses down onto the surface underneath to make a mark appear. After a very brief period of time, the sheet stopped sticking. So, our kids would trace yet the letters would quickly disappear while they were tracing. I would not obtain this again.
GBloom wrote “I bought this for my nearly 4-year-old to assist him learn the letters & practice writing them. He was able to know how to use it right away without any assist because it’s verbal instructions are clear & simple. I really like that it shows him the correct way to form letters. He likes it yet it is not totally engrossed in it the way he would be with a video game (I like that).”
Byron C wrote “Good product, its not really a self taught product for a 3yr by themselves yet as for parent using this with their child to learn to write its great. The Led light is should be brighter yet the sound & voice is great. All in all for the $20 price its great. I would highly recommend the Leap Pad Explorer hand down, yet the apps price ($15 a pop) is kinda high since i’m so use to paying $2.00 for an iphone app.”
MsKitty wrote “I try to do learning gifts vs just toys. Bought this as a early Christmas gift for my niece who is 3 yrs old. She loved it! My 2 yr old loved it too! So she is getting one for Christmas now also! Great educational toy! Also a tremendous toy for parents to assist teach their child how to write & recognize their letters. My 2 yr old has the numbers one & I would rate it the same! It helped her learn to recognize numbers 1-10.”
Hollyann851 wrote “Bought from amazon for my 4 year old autistic child. He has not received it yet yet I did play with it while getting ready to wrap it up. I noticed that even while writing on the screen, regardless of the amount of pressure used, the writing would not stay visible. This is a huge disappointment as when you have finished & press the paw print it takes away the lights & shows you what you did….which appears as some stray lines or nothing at all. I am contemplating returning it yet in my son’s case, I think he may still enjoy it.”
Stacy wrote “It’s a tremendous toy! It keeps my son occupied. I’ve only had it for two days now & he loves it! He has always loved leapfrog products. The only offensive things I would say approximately this toy is that, It doesn’t tell your child if he/she is tracing the alphabets correctly. Your child can just scribble all over the board, & is told that he/she is doing it the right way. In order for a child to learn they need to know their mistakes. If they aren’t being told them how can they learn? I suggest this being a toy that the parents sit down with the child & play it with them (until they have a understanding of exactly what to do). You can be both the positive & negative feedback that they need to hear that is required for their learning process. Make it pleasant for your child, & take turns doing it. When your child does trace correctly praise them.”
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LeapFrog Scribble and Write
- Light the way to early writing with Scribble and Write
- Four learning modes can help your child progress from drawing simple shapes and pictures, to writing upper- and lowercase letters
- Features a child-sized stylus, single retraceable surface and stroke-by-stroke guidance
- Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customized learning ideas and insights from LeapFrog
- Children simply trace over the lights with the stylus to form letters