Sunday, October 14, 2012

LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer - The Educational Console

In a world rife with bad television and violent video games, it’s comforting for parents to know that there are LeapFrog toys 2012 – specifically the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer. Wholesome, educational, and still entertaining, these handheld devices are one less thing for parents to worry about. There are no violent graphics and the games are pre-approved for the purposes of learning and a positive experience. It’s all-encompassing and immersive; a device with downloadable games or gaming cartridges that strive to enrich the lives of their players. An extra bonus is that expensive IPads and adult tablets will no longer be the focal point for your little boy’s interest. Instead, he’ll be enamored with his own electronic knick-knack.

What games does the LeapPad2 offer?

There are 5 pre-downloaded applications for kids to play as soon as they have their console charged up – almost straight out of the box! This includes:

Pet Pad

This game allows kids to create and nurture their own pet. From dogs and cats to turtles or hamsters, the pets are all here, waiting to be fed, played with, and cleaned up after. You can even teach them tricks and train them! It’s the responsibility and cuteness of owning a pet, without the mess that one might leave around the house. Plus, it’s an excellent judge of how well a child might take care of a real animal around the home.

Art Studio

This is one of the favorites of LeapPad2 gamers! With everything your child needs to create a beautiful scene or a monstrous comic-book plot, this game gives kids a creative outlet – offering them a chance to use their imaginations without leaving behind a puddle of paint for mom to clean up. They can also take their creation to the Cartoon Director app for a quick lesson in animation!


For info on this and more new LeapFrog toys this year, visit:


Here is a quick video on the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer tablet:

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