Leap Frog introduces Leap Pad for babies

I know it’s a bit sick, but I’ve been thinking of the LeapPad since before Hannah arrived… I’ve always seen them as very smart learning instruments (yet they can feel like toys) and have just been waiting for the time when Hannah was of age to really get some value. I guess that day is today as I just learned of the following…

The award winning creators of the LeapPad Learning System have knocked the cover off the ball again with a new offering for children aged 6 months to 36 months.

The Little Touch LeapPad Learning System is designed to capture the interest of babies and young toddlers, and help them get a jump on learning and reading skills through visual, sound, and musical activities. The Little Touch includes more than 100 different learning activities in the starter set, with additional sets available for purchase. The Little Touch is constructed of durable plastic, and runs on 4 AA batteries. It retails for around $40 at most major toy and discount stores. [Blogging Baby]

3 comments for “Leap Frog introduces Leap Pad for babies

  1. 10/31/2008 at 8:40 am

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  2. 2/7/2009 at 3:43 am

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  3. 2/7/2009 at 8:43 am

    I have been a regular visitor to your website, you have been doing a great job! just keep on working the way you have always been, thanks!

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