LeapFrog Leapstart Learning System Review + Giveaway!

The Leapstart Learning System is set up to perfectly address each and every child’s learning needs from toddler to first grader. The system is broken down into age ranges, with each ranged focusing on the aspects of learning that will allow your child to build from down the line. My kids have been using the Leapstart Learning System, and all of us love it. It’s fun for them, and I love it because I know I’m building a strong learning foundation for them.LeapFrog


*I am Leapfrog Ambassador. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

Leapstart Learning is Effective Learning

I am in love with this learning system. Let me stay that right out of the gate. We all know there are so many different learning games, apps, and toys out there, it’s almost mind boggling. So why do I love this system from Leapfrog so much? Simple. Because it’s got everything that we’ve all always loved about Leapfrog and that has kept it the leader in children’s education for over a decade.

This system is a fully immersive experience for the kids that combines little activity books with technology to create a hybrid of old and new school learning. It includes reading (for older kids), the tactile feel of a stylus, the ability to turn pages, bright colors, sounds, and more. One of my favorite parts is that using the stylus helps the kids with their fine motor skills along with letters, numbers, and the like. Let’s take a look at the great things that come with the Leapstart Learning System.

unnamed-10Leapstart Level 1: Preschool

  • Scout & Friends Math with Problem Solving Activity Book - The kids can join Scout, their puppy pal, and his friends as they play and explore counting, number recognition, and problem solving.
  • Daily Routines with Health & Wellness Activity Book - The Learning Friends share their day with the kids, exploring the important daily routines that keep us all happy, healthy, and safe.
  • Shapes & Colors with Creativity Activity Book - Children explore a world filled with dinosaur friends as they learn shapes and colors.
  • Alphabet Adventures with Music Activity Book - Leap, Tad, and Lily take the kids on an adventure, meeting all the letters of the alphabet at the Letter Factory, exploring letter sounds, and playing and singing.unnamed-8

Leapstart Level 2: Pre-Kindergarten

  • Read & Write with Communication Skill Activity Book - The kids explore Doodleburg while meeting friends who help them learn early reading and writing along with communication skills.
  • STEM with Teamwork Activity Book - Kids help the Letter Factory friends on a mission to make things work using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
  • Pet Pal Puppies Math with Social Emotional Skills Activity Book - The Pet Pal Puppies play, race, and explore while helping kids understand math concepts.
  • First Day of School with Critical Thinking Activity Book - The book guides kids from the start to the finish of their first day at school.LeapFrog

Leapstart Level 3: Kindergarten

  • Kids’ World Atlas with Global Awareness Activity Book - Children go on a global journey learning about landmarks, cultures, animals, and more through the eyes of other kids.
  • Amazing Animals with Conservation Activity Book - Children discover the special ways animals move and communicate and learn to help protect animal environments.
  • Cook it Up! Math with Logic & Reasoning Activity Book - Carrot, Tomato, and Broccoli take your kids on a cooking adventure, exploring math, logic, and reasoning.
  • Reading Adventures with Health & Safety Activity Book - Children explore reading and health and safety skills with Lily, Tad, and friends on a camping trip in the wilderness.

Leapstart Level 4: 1st Grade

  • Spy Math with Critical Thinking Activity Book - Kids use their detective skills to help Opal Possum track down Sneaks Weasel while exploring math and critical thinking.
  • STEM with Problem Solving Activity Book - Kids experiment with early STEM and problem solving skills to help Professor Hamlin Hamster build a robot.
  • Space Science with Thinking Like a Scientist Activity Book - Kids learn space science skills and how to think like a scientist while they explore the wonders of outer space.
  • Superhero Vocabulary with Communication Skills Activity Book - Kids embark on a word-collecting adventure with some amazing superheroes to help save the day in Storyland.

Leapstart for a Headstart

My kids are using the Leapstart Learning System, and both they and I love it. With everything form early number skills to STEM introduction, the Leapstart Learning System gets the kids started out on the right foot, and it builds from simple to more complex ideas as they grow older. I love the concept, and I love the implementation. Checkout the Leapstart Learning System today and see how it can help your kids learn.

Giveaway: One winner will receive the Leapstart Learning System. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to visit the Leapstart Learning System and tell me your favorite feature. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling them out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!
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  1. says

    My favorite feature is that there is one for Pre-k and preschool and one for K & 1st grade skills. That would be perfect for my girls!

  2. Holly Caulfeld says

    I like the versatility of the system, It can be used by individuals with a range of abilities. I also like that one can use a stylus but also there are pages to turn like a traditional book.

  3. elizabeth miller says

    I love that this expands from early preschool through 4th grade. Leap Frog products are so amazing. I love that they have incorporated STEM tehnology into the product.

  4. Katy says

    I really love that it is designed to last and grow with your child. It would be perfect for our toddler daughter who is learning her letters and numbers right now. It would also still be helpful for her all the way to kindergarten!

  5. Denise C. says

    I love the versatility of this system, starting at pre-k! The ability to grow with the child gives such a great comfort in a product they can continue to use.

  6. Julie Lundstrom says

    I like that the kids can read along. I also like the fun activities that helps teaches our kids.

  7. Lauryn R says

    My favorite feature of the Leapstart Learning System is how it is designed for different age groups/grade levels! I have a 6, 3, and 2 year old so this would definitely be a fantastic learning tool for all three of them! :)

  8. Shakeia Rieux says

    My favorite feature is the small camera in the stylus that reads invisible dots on every page, triggering engaging audio that helps teach key Preschool and Pre-K concepts

  9. says

    My daughter would need the LeapStart™ Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Interactive Learning System. She is about to turn two. Loves “writing”, Loves books, loves to “read” to everybody. This would be a perfect way for her to learn also.

  10. Cathy Burnett says

    Most children in this day and age see adults use a stylus every day. I like the idea that a child can learn to use this instrument.

  11. Angela Hendricks says

    I love that LeapStart has different levels so you can use it for both your kids! I have one going into preschool and one going into 1st grade so I like how you could use it for both.

  12. Laura says

    My favorite feature is the interactiveness of the leapfrog learning system. The Level 1 (Preschool) one would be the one that I would need! :)

  13. Heidi Daily says

    I like that it covers so many levels of learning, so that it really a grows with children and would be great for both of my kids.

  14. Cynthia C says

    I like that it has different learning levels so kids don’t outgrow it quickly or get bored with it.

  15. Leigh Anne Borders says

    I love the fact that you are invested in this. You have a wide variety of levels associated with it so you really can get your moneys worth with this tool.

  16. Stephanie Larison says

    My favorite feature is that it covers 4 different learning levels so both of my girls would be able to use it.

  17. says

    I’d love to win this for my 3 yr old. He loves all his siblings electronics and older leapfrog toys. I think the LeapStart™ Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Interactive Learning System for him because these would definitely help him out and they are just his age.

  18. Heather D says

    I think the biggest feature is the versatility. I love that I could use it fairly quickly with my new little one and that it could grow in sophistication as she grows.

  19. Colleen Maurina says

    I like that this LeapFrog LeapStart Learning System has a great age range so that it grows with your child and can also be used by many aged children in your family.

  20. says

    These Leapfrog leapstart learning systems look amazing! I’d love to use the Level 4: 1st Grade
    Superhero Vocabulary with Communication Skills Activity Book to help my daughter learn more vocabulary! Thanks for the chance!

  21. jennifer aguero says

    Sleek stylus supports proper writing grip and Storage pocket for extra book are both great features in this product. My child would love to win one.

  22. Jack B says

    I like that the system grows with the child through the early years, with progressively challenging learning activities.

  23. Sheralle says

    I like that it works with all Leapfrog activity books. We have several from preschool that we would like to continue to use.

  24. Darlene Cruz says

    Perfect learning tool for the young minds. What I read Cook it Up! Math with Logic & Reasoning Activity Book – Carrot, Tomato, and Broccoli take your kids on a cooking adventure, exploring math, logic, and reasoning is perfect for my grandchildren.

  25. Shauntea Crutcher says

    I like that it can be used for preschool ages all the way up to 1st grade, helping my child to progress at each level on his own terms.

  26. Lauren Mickey says

    I am most interested in the LeapStart Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Interactive Learning System, since I’m about to have a newborn and will be able to use that particular product in a couple of years!

  27. Christopher Gegner says

    I have two daughters and I got them the LeapFrog LeapReader. They are at the pointwhere they are starting to read and having trouble sounding out some words, but the leapreader is great with their hand/eye/head coordination so they can hear a word while pointing it out and then work on sounding out the words at the same time. It’s definitely my favorite feature/product discovered so far.

  28. Heather B says

    My little man is going to Pre-K this year so my favorite is the Pre-K books. We have owned so many Leap Frog products and have never been disappointed.

  29. Anita Duvall says

    The Pet Pal Puppies is my favorite concept of the Leapstart Learning System. It is not only fun for kids, but teaches them math concepts

  30. Brigitte Bauman says

    I like the built in tutorials for the kindergarten and 1st grade activity system. This will help me say on track and I help my nephew stay on task.

  31. Christine R says

    I like that I can purchase books that are designed for my child’s age level, and that the system will grow with my child.

  32. Rebecca says

    My daughter will be four, and she would love learning her numbers and letters with this system. The animals are really cute, and I’m sure she would have a lot of fun with it.

  33. Kristin McCall says

    I love the LeapStart™ Kindergarten & 1st Grade Interactive Learning System. My brother started Kindergarten and this product would be awesome for him to use.

  34. Stephanie Phelps says

    I love that it is built to grow with your child and they can learn different things at different levels!


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