When it comes to kids, learning can be more effective if it is considered fun to do. When people consider learning as play, they are more receptive and interested to what it being taught. Having a video game system like the new Leapfrog Leapster GS as a learning tool will even be better.
LeapFrog has recently introduced the Leapster GS as its newest learning tool and video game system. This new handheld gaming device features motion sensors, kid friendly controls, a 2GB memory, a built-in camera and video recorder as well as a touch screen display. This handheld video game system also comes with several fun-packed educational games in its Explorer series library. Apps are also available for free as well as purchased downloads at the LeapFrog App Center for additional learning tools. Designed for kids 4 to 9 years old, the LeapFrog Leapster GS is now available at LeapFrog for US$70. App downloads are available for US$5 while game cartridges come at US$30.
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