Leapfrog Tag Junior £14.95 @ John Lewis

21 December 2009

Leapfrog Tag Junior is designed to encourage toddlers to explore books and reading and this product usually retails at around £29.99 from most stores, except Argos at £22.49. So, paying £14.95 for this educational and fantastically developmental toy is superb. 

Essentially the toy works by encouraging kids to keep on reading and exploring books by incorporating fun stories alongside open-ended questions and funky sound effects. When the kids put the Tag Junior book pal onto the pages – these have been specially printed – they will hear their favourite characters speak and the words on the page spoken aloud. 

I rather like this gadget. It’s suitable from two years age and seems like a great way to get them reading and speaking well. I adore words and desperately want my daughter to become as passionate and involved with books as I am. This seems like a fab tool for all kids, especially those that aren’t as interested in reading as you may want them to be. Leapfrog2

You can arrange to have the product delivered but it will be after Christmas or you can pop in to your nearest John Lewis and collect one you have reserved. There aren’t that many left in stock so if you want one I advise you to move quickly. 

Thanks to gary_rip at HUKD!

TOPICS:   Books   Educational Toys

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