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Holiday 2010: My Own Leaptop

My girls love to play on the computer, Samantha shows Sarah what to do but sometimes I wish Sarah had one she could play on by herself. That is what I love about the My Own Leaptop from LeapFrog. I love this adorable little toy that toddlers will love, and think they are just like mommy on a computer too!  Personalize pretend computer play with My Own Leaptop!

  • Available in 2 colors: green and purple.
  • Choose and download songs for a custom playlist (Internet connection required). 
  • Choose from 8 email messages and personalize for your child to enjoy (Internet connection required). 
  • Explore the alphabet, pretend play, music, animals and computer literacy with 6 learning activity stations. 
  • Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path for customized learning ideas and insights from LeapFrog. 

      Introduces:

  • Exploring the Alphabet
    Even very young children can begin to recognize some letters, especially the letters in their names.
  • Early Pretend Play
    Pretend play gives children a chance to act out different experiences and roles they see in their world.
  • Music and Sound
    Making and listening to music helps young children notice and attend to different sounds and rhythms.
  • Exploring Animals
    Even very young children can begin to name animals and identify the sounds they make.
  • Computer Literacy
    Young children can become familiar with a keyboard as they are exposed to common computer terms and interactions.
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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

8 Responses to “Holiday 2010: My Own Leaptop”

  1. Angie B says:

    Oh my gosh my youngest would love this. He’s only 18 mo old but he loves to press the keys on on my keyboard and play with the mouse.

  2. Heather H. says:

    Leapfrog is so great-I love that you can personalize this as well-a lot of toys computers give you the generic phrases with each touch of the button. My niece would love this!

  3. Francisca says:

    You have a nice blog. I just like visiting blogs that are family-friendly. My son would enjoy exploring and learning phrases.

  4. I kept trying to talk my husband into buying one of these for my boys for Xmas…I think I’m just going to have to get one. I am a teacher and the only learning products I am willing to purchase is Leap Frog. Other “educational toy” companies create toys without any knowledge of how letters/sounds are taught and teach them incorrectly!

  5. I wanted to get this for my son this year, but didn’t. I think I will look into it for his birthday.

  6. Eileen says:

    THis would be a great birthday gift for my grandson who is 3, going on 4! I do love Leapfrog and we have bought numerous learning toys for OUR kids and now our grandkids from this wonderful company!

  7. W Wangen says:

    I remember my oldest playing with just an unplugged keyboard; we’ve sure come a long way!

  8. adhhughes says:

    My boy/girl twins got these for Christmas. They’re 2 years old. They love them! I’m also a kindergarten teacher and love the way it shows the letters on the screen and tells them the letter’s name. They have been dropped and still work. I also like how they can mash any button and it turns on (it does shut off automaticaly if they stop playing with it). They were around $20 a piece, but well worth it!

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