We had a blast at our Leap Into Gaming Leapfrog #LeapTV Party #MommyParties

I have received free products in order to host the Leapfrog sponsored MommyParty. The opinions expressed here are my own.

This past weekend I was able to work with Leapfrog again and share their newest toy, the LeapTV. Thanks to Mommy Party, my Leapfrog LeapTV was a huge success. At our party I was able to share with my friends and family about LeapTV, which is an interactive game system that lets kids have fun while they learn.

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Just in case you do not know what the LeapTV is, it is an educational and active video gaming system that gets kids up and moving while they are having fun learning. I know Aubreigh loves playing the Xbox, and so did a lot of the kids that came to the party. The only problem is that it does not get them up and moving. With the LeapTV they are the controller. There are three ways to play. You can play with Body Motion, Pointer Play or Classic Control. All the kids at the party loved the Body Motion play the most. They loved being able to “touch” the correct object. What I loved a lot, and so did most parents did too, was that this is designed for younger kids. It will read the instructions to you, has a motion sensing camera made for younger kids and is very simple and easy to use.

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I waited until all the parents got here to set up LeapTV so that they could see just how simple it is to set up. I was really surprised by how easy it was to set up. The only problem was sitting it up to go with WiFi, but I think that could be also our internet was redone last week. The little kids could not wait to try it out. We decided to take turns and let each child get a few minutes to try out each game. We received Leapfrog Sports! and Leapfrog Dance & Learn. The kids, even the girls, loved the Sports game the most. All of the parents were surprised by just how many games were on a single disk. Even the younger kids quickly understood what was going on and were learning. By the time the party ended a lot of the kids knew just a little more than what they came with. The parents were very surprised to learn that this gaming system is available for only $149.99 and games start at only $22.99.


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If you would like to purchase one you can head over here and get your own.

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