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LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards

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With many gadgets today, it would seem that kids may also benefit having tech toys to play with. One primary example is the use of tablets and smartphones as a kid gadget. Many kids are now aware and know how these devices work. There are even models for them designed specifically for the kids. But there are still some kids that love a little more variety. They look for other toys that will excite them no end. One interesting toy set may be this LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards.

The LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards is a set of educational card packs that work and interact with apps and games on the LeapPad tablet. Although there are already other interactive flash cards in the market, the LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards stands to be of the different kind. Unlike usual flash cards that teach kids math and spelling, the LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards makes it more interesting for kids to learn these kids. LeapFrog is licensing popular animated characters such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Paw Patrol as part of their new educational packs.

Not only that, the LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards aims to make kids interact more as they learn using the new flash cards. Instead of just tapping answers into the touchscreen of the tablet, kids need to find answers from the different cards and then flash it in front of the tablet camera. The app associated with the card pack will recognize the right answer and let the kids know. In away, the LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards try to make kids become a little more engaged while having fun learning new things. The LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards will work alongside a specific app on the LeapPad to give kids a more enjoyable way to learn, answer questions and solve puzzles. The first packs of the LeapFrog Imagicards Interactive Flash Cards are set to be available sometime in August. Each pack will have around 30 or more cards and will cost $25 per pack.

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