Holidays are the best time of the year! Places to go, things to do, we are all busy thinking about gift ideas for the special people on our holiday shopping list. This year, I have decided to take little weight off of your shoulder by presenting a Holiday gift Guide for Best Learning Toys for Kids!
Partnering with LeapFrog was one of the greatest things that has happened to our family. My kids, already a fan of LeapFrog products got to test various toys from their prestigious line up ranging from last year to this year. We have loved them all!
Holiday Gift Guide- Best Learning Toys for Kids
I find LeapFrog’s focus on play based learning quite fascinating! This is an irresistible combination, both for kids and for parents. Over the years, we have accumulated several LeapFrog toys between the two kids. It is the one brand I have always purchased without hesitation due to its credibility among the Parenting community and learning experts.
Today, I am sharing few of the LeapFrog toys we reviewed and loved in the past. My little toy testers approved each and every one of them. I know your kids wouldn’t mind getting any or all of these toys under the tree or in the stocking stuffer this Christmas!
Learning in a fun way? Watch how LeapFrog does it 🙂 Here is our Gift Guide:
Number Lovin’ Oven (Ages 2+)
Get your little ones (Ages 2+) love the numbers with this cute Number Lovin’Oven. Your little chefs can enjoy hours of pretend play fun with learning secretly baked in. Krista adores her oven. She has developed a new love for numbers and sees the world these days with a numerical attitude. Combine the fact that she can cook and bake as she pleases and whenever she wants with her best friend, oven? Oh, please! The feeling is the best! The Number Lovin’ Oven offers the perfect recipe for teaching, counting, sharing, parts of a whole or more. Read my full length review here.
Scout’s Build and Discover Tool Set (Ages 2+)
Your Preschooler is an aspiring builder? Well, little pal Scout could be their best buddy!help little builders by teaching them to take apart and put together things. The 5 tools that comes with the set and the puppy pal Scout guides the little ones through counting, color matching and more. Even though, this toy is geared towards kids of Krista’s age, I have to say my 6 year old loves this toy! I think he is attracted to the fact that he can “demolish” the toy and build it back up again 😉 Yes, I have a natural there.
Word Whammer (Ages 4+)
Krista is starting school next year and nothing can get her ready like here.! This toy is perfect for her to explore the love for letters. The learning levels adapt as children advance through stages and it is lots of fun to see her figuring out the alphabets herself! I am happy that Krista is jump starting her literacy and LeapFrog is playing a crucial role in her progress. Read the full review
LeapPad Platinum (Ages 3-9)
My son was over the moon when he got the opportunity to review LeapPad Platinum. I mean, I understand his enthusiasm. Even I was excited! After all, LeapFrog is the maker of the #1 kids’ tablets and the trusted leader in learning for 20 years! So many games and apps (over 1000) and featuring Just for Me learning technology. Built to last with durable shatter screen and wrap around bumper, our LeapPad Platinum has already survived so many crash landings, just sayin’.
You must read the review here and make this one a must addition to your holiday shopping list! Pushy,much? 😉
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LeapFrog EPIC (Ages 3-9)
There is much fuss going on about LeapFrog’s new toy, LeapFrog Epic! My son got an opportunity to get his hands around one and… let’s just say, the experience is been EPIC. Why epic? Well, LeapFrog Epic tablet captivates the kids with a world they create in the first of its kind playable homescreen. Kevin, my son can bring a town to life, using various art styles that reflect their age and mood. Don’t you think it is cool?? Also Epic comes in 7″ screen, 16GB memory, WiFi, 2MP cameras, stylus and 20+ apps. You can read more here.
LeapBand (Ages 4-7)
What is LeapBand?
It is a cool wearable activity tracker that encourages kids to get active with customizable virtual pet pals. The great thing is that the here.tracks kids’ every movement and suggests fun active challenges-and the more they move, the more points they earn to unlock virtual rewards for their pets and get to new levels! I am in love with this because as a Parent, I am all for reducing the screen time for my kids. The kids learnwith the help of LeapBand that getting fit is actually fun and how important is staying active for their growing bodies. Read my review
LeapTV (Ages 3-8)
Last but not the least, let me introduce LeapTV to you! If I can afford to be little biased, this is what Mommy likes the most!
LeapTV is one of a kind gaming console system exclusively for kids! Imagine a cross between Wii and Kinect- and you get ! Targeting little gamers aged between 3 and 8, the system uses a motion-sensing camera and controller that fits small hands. Audio instruction makes it simple for even the youngest kids to play solo or with a friend! I love the fact that LeapFrog gets kids into the action while teaching core skills across a variety of subjects including: reading, mathematics, science and problem solving. And the best part? You do not have to go after kids to teach them any of this. They will come after you to get them set up with this teaching experience! See what I mean?
Read more about LeapTV here.
A LeapTV giveaway is going live on my blog next week, so stay tuned 🙂
Did you find my Holiday Gift Guide for Best Learning Toys for Kids fun and informative? I hope it will help you at least a teeny bit with holiday shopping.
P.S: This post is NO WAY sponsored by LeapFrog. My kids and I genuinely like their products , that’s all!But it does contain affiliate links.