I am a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador and I receive products, promotional items, however, any opinions are my own honest experience.
The full featured LeapFrog Epic tablet is sure a hit in our house with it’s one of a kind playable home screen. Kids can watch their home screen works turn from day to-night, change the weather and add characters. You can access LeapFrog content through this tablet as well as games, apps and more! What I love is that LeapFrog makes sure these tablets are safe and every LeapFrog app has no in app purchases or ads that you wouldn’t want your kids seeing! I feel like this was age appropriate for the ages of my kids and I feel safe at the level or control I have over what they play and see on this tablet.
Of course I love being able to control how much time they spend on the Epic Tablet with controls for up to 3 kids! It comes in a 7″ LCD screen, 16gb of memory WIFI, a 2MP camera and 20 plus apps! Talk about a great christmas present for the kid in your life!
We also got to try out the Number Lovin’ Oven and I couldn’t believe how much fun my kids had with it.
Since I cook a lot and post about recipes, my kids are always around food so it was fun to see how much fun they were having “pretending” to cook. This is designed for 2 years and up but even my 6-year-old loved playing with it as much as my 2-year-old. There is a number slider on the front so the kids can practice their number recognition. And I love that they are learning some basics to cooking and baking without the risk of getting burned if I were to teach them in my kitchen. And even with my 2-year-old, I can teach him that when things come out of the oven, they can be HOT and when you put them in they will be cold.
And I think pretend play is so important for their creativity so this toy is right up our alley with the pretend play and number learning.
And last but not least the Scout’s Build and Discover Tool Set. My husband used to own his own woodworking shop so these kinds of toys hold a special place in my heart because it is what my dad did growing up and what my husband did for many years. You can take apart this whole set then work on putting it back together.
My 8-year-old probably is the only one who remembers his daddy being a woodworker so it was fun to see that he liked this toy the best. Kids can work on their counting, colors and sensory play with this toy and what kid doesn’t love to hammer things around anyway??! It comes with 5 tools including a hammer, ruler, saw, screwdriver and wrench.
I think it’s such a great toy because when you tear down the house and build it back again, the kids have a certain sense of accomplishment which I think is great in a toy!
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