LeapFrog is encouraging family playtime this autumn, with four new additions to its Learning Library, for the educational gaming system LeapTV.
The new line-up features games from Disney’s Frozen and Nickelodeon’s Blaze and the Monster Machines, along with LeapFrog’s Mr Pencil Presents DoodleCraft and Letter Factory.
The new educational fun allows children to develop their mathematic, creative, spelling and problem solving skills with friends or family, with the introduction of the multiplayer LeapTV games.
The LeapTV system is designed to enhance the way children learn by combining activity and movement with best-in-class educational curriculum. Children learn through motion as they jump, dance and move to develop core skills across reading, mathematics, science and problem solving.
Select games to adapt to each child’s level, starting with age and then automatically adjusts the learning for just the right challenge. The collaborative multiplayer feature allows players of different ages to play together with curriculum that adjusts independently for each player.
Gail Fisher, UK and EMEAA content and licensing manager at LeapFrog comments: “Disney’s Frozen continues to be incredibly popular with parents and children alike, so we’re delighted to bring Elsa, Anna and Olaf to life with LeapTV, alongside Blaze and the Monster Machines.
“Not only is Blaze a hot new property on Nickelodeon, it is also our first game that combines science, technology, engineering and mathematics, which is sure to engage all the budding scientists out there.”
The four new games have an RRP of £24.99 per game an are available online and at major retailers