danniell 5

danniell

Add to my Circle of Trust

Subscribe to reviews

About me:

Member since:07.09.2007

Reviews:211

Members who trust:6

Quote-start

leap into learning

Quote-end
28.06.2008

Advantages:
good idea

Disadvantages:
a bit difficult for young children

Recommendable Yes:

Detailed rating:

Durability

Value for Money

Educational Value

8 Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful See ratings
very helpful by (83%):
  1. MAFARRIMOND
  2. lilyellowfish
  3. lorna_call
and 7 other members
helpful by (17%):
  1. paulhanton
  2. micksheff

View all ratings

The overall rating of a review is different from a simple average of all individual ratings.

Share this review on Google+

My eldest daughter had this when she was young, it is a electronic story book learning aid designed for babies from birth upwards.

You have an on off button and a volume control button that you can higher or lower.

You have to buy book sets to go on this computer which are not cheep, my computer cost me £70 and each book set cost £20 from toysrus.

In each book set you get a book which is made of paper but is magic, it doesnt rip, it creases but wont rip no matter how much my daughter tugged at it or dribbled on it which i thought was realy good and you get a plastic cartridge aswell, the plastic cartridge has to go in the top of the computer and the book slots onto the front. The computer is made of plastic and has a cushion on the back of it to stop it hurting there legs wholst playing with it.

Each book is a different theme, all educational though, one of the books we had was called if i were which taught colours and animals.

You have a choice of 3 settings on the 2nd page of each book which allows you to pick the difficulty level.

This book will read the story to you if you press the green go sighn and will allow you to press the pictures in the book and will tell you different things.

This toy was all a good idea at the time but realy never took off in our house, we still have the thing now and my daughters at 3 and nearly 5 years old still havent grasped that they need to press the green go sign on every page so im not convinced this little touch leap pad is all it is cracked up to be, it needs an adult constantly helping.
  Write your own review

Share this review on Google+

« Previous review   Next review »

Rate this review »

How helpful would this review be to a person making a buying decision? Rating guidelines

Rate as exceptional

Rate as somewhat helpful

Rate as very helpful

Rate as not helpful

Rate as helpful

Rate as off topic

Write your own review Write a review and you will earn 1p per rating if other members rate your review at least helpful. Write a review and you will earn 1p per rating if other members rate your review at least helpful.   Report a problem with this review’s content

Comments about this review »

pixie65 28.06.2008 16:02

a gerat review x hev

Add your comment

max. 2000 characters

  Post comment

Compare prices »

1 offer for LeapFrog LittleTouch LeapPad   Sorted by: Price 

Product Information »

Manufacturer's product description

Early learning in every book, on every page, with every touch and now in Pink! From your first reading experience t...

Product details

Long Name LittleTouch LeapPad: Pink, LittleTouch Leappad
Age 6 Months +
Type Electronic Learning

Ciao

Listed on Ciao since 23/10/2006

Show all Product Information

More reviews »

Review Ratings »

This review of LeapFrog LittleTouch LeapPad has been rated:

"very helpful" by (83%):

  1. MAFARRIMOND
  2. lilyellowfish
  3. lorna_call

and 7 other members

"helpful" by (17%):

  1. paulhanton
  2. micksheff

The overall rating of a review is different from a simple average of all individual ratings.



Are you the manufacturer / provider of LeapFrog LittleTouch LeapPad? Click here