LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Finding Nemo Review
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About LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Finding Nemo
Enter tropical waters to experience love, laughter, and
friendship in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo! This Leapster
Electronic Book introduces science facts, phonics skills,
reading and mathematics. Leapster2 players can connect
online for extra activities and rewards. And with the
LeapFrog® Learning Path, parents can see what their
child is learning. Appropriate for ages 4 years to 8 years.
Works only with Leapster and Leapster2 learning game
Features of the LeapFrog Leapster Finding Nemo Game
Explore life under the sea in learning adventures with Nemo, Dory and Marlin!
Select the correct number of fish to complete the mathematics problem and help you swim
safely across the channel.
Help Dory bounce through a stinging jellyfish forest by picking the best letters on which to
Learn about amazing underwater plant and animal life as you cross the ocean in search of
Teaches phonics skills, reading skills, mathematics skills and science facts
Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 5.3 x 7.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select
countries outside the U.S.
Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 6 years
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91 in Toys & Game
Present Price: $25.00
Some of those who have bought this product have said some very interesting things about it which I
think is worth reading before taking the plunge:
Great Educational Game!
“My daughter absolutely loves this game. I purchased this one along with a Toy Story and Nemo
game and she loves them all. S. Beach (Amazon)
Fun for adults too!
“Just bought this leapfrog game for our first grandson based on current reviews. Of course we had to
try it out before gifting it, as our grandson lives in Berlin!” Laurel Equestrian Center
Especially great for the Finding NEMO fan!
“My kids, who are 5 1/2 and 3, play it every day. They love it! It follows the movie story line well and
uses the voices from the movie. My 3 year old loves to try and find Nemo. The book features remind
me of the Leap Pad books. It reads a story aloud and allows the child to point to a word to see what it
says. Even within the book feature, your child can touch the screen to "explore." There are also 4
games that can be played. My older one likes the games the best. Well worth the $20.00.”
“My 3-year old received this for her birthday and absolutely loves it. The instructions are verbal and
doesn't require any reading skills yet. However, she has learned so much since she had this game. She
is a Nemo enthusiast.” M. Clifton “simply me” (Amazon)
Fun while learning,
“Leapster is a wonderful, durable and entertaining product for young children. The finding Nemo
cartridge has kept my 5 year old granddaughter captivated, entertained for hours. While many of the
cardridges are very learning skills focused, this catridge emophasizes fun, humor and helping others.
Battery life is excellent even when played for hours at a time.
The unit survives the beating of a two year old sister without a hitch. The game and cartridge are
well suited for a five year old.” R. Anderson (Amazon)
“I was disappointed in the lack of games on this cartridge as well as the story. There are only 4
games on this cartridge which are not very interesting or exciting.
My daughter also has the Disney Princess and Dora Cartridges which are far superior in overall
content and games. She really enjoys the karoke game with the Disney Princess cartridge where she
can sing along with Aerial and the Fairy Godmother. The games on the Princess and Dora are also
more educational.” Mom of 3 yr old (Amazon)
For younger kids.
“My almost 3 year old is too young for it and my 6 year old is a little old for it. I like a toy/game that
can have a little more longevity”. J. Lefebyre (Amazon)
Nice but could be better with more games
“If you've kept up with your kids in this age bracket and read to them a lot like us, we found this
game to be very easy for our kid in the rated age bracket, with only a few games providing any
challenge on her first try. For instance, asking what characters did what in the movie, that was
simple, something she could have done at age 3, she loves the movie and has a good memory.
After they do that once, what then? How can it get more complex? It can't. Poorly designed that
module.” Scott M. Philbrook “Dirkdaddy” (Amazon)
I hope this review has helped to give you a bit more insight into the book and will help you make a
better decision on whether or not to buy this learning educational product. Thanks for your time.
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