Search for buried treasure and count and compare sets of objects with Jake and his pirate friends in this interactive LeapReader™ Junior board book.
• 24+ activities and 150+ audio responses.
• Teaches counting objects and number recognition.
• Ages 1-3 years.
• Works only with Tag™ Junior and LeapReader™ Junior Book Pal (sold separately).Build spatial reasoning skills, search for buried treasure and count Gold Doubloons on Never Land Island in this interactive LeapReader™ Junior board book. Then, join Jake, Cubby and Izzy for the Skull and Bones Stomp.
Helps develop spatial reasoning and early problem solving skills.
Learn to count and compare sets of objects, identify specific digits and distinguish numbers from letters.
24+ playful activities and 150+ audio responses engage children and reinforce skills children need as they get ready to read.
About the Get Ready to Read Series
As children tap story pages and hear words read out loud, they begin to see how print works and build word and picture associations.
Parents can connect LeapReader to a computer and see their child's reading progress, get personalized skill insights and expand the learning with fun activities, printables and tips from experts. LeapReader books are designed and approved by the LeapFrog Learning Team and grounded in the latest research for the richest possible learning experience. Promoting learning through play taps into children’s natural curiosity and inspires them to explore.
Tag™ Junior and LeapReader™ Junior Book Pal (sold separately).
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- Age Range:
- 1 - 4 Years
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I purchased the Leap Frog Tag system for my grandson who just turned 4 after Christmas. Since he likes Jake the pirate and is just beginning to learn to read, I purchased this book to for him. His mother after a some trouble found out you must purchase a separate system for the Tag Junior books. I don't think this is fair. It is a lot of extra expense and many children like my grandson would enjoy both the Tag and Tag Junior books. I think the same system and pen should work for both. Now I have to go to the trouble of sending it back as we were told the store will not accept the return
My granddaughter loved the story! She's "read" it enougth times she knows all the words and can read it all by herself.