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My First Leap Pad
( LeapFrog $39.99 Score: ) New for this year, two Dr. Seuss books have been adapted for this platform. You can either listen to the story and/or play the games that extend the experience. Each page has items to find with a sensor pen. Many basic preschool counting and language skills, not just the usual alphabet drill. Happily, there's a volume control, so it won't blast their ears. SNAP:Finding playful and varied ways to practice letter names and sounds is often a problem for slightly older children who don't like having "babyish" toys. This talking book may be acceptable to older kids since it looks like the other Leap Pads. In fact, this one works better than the others since it focuses on early skills that can be drilled in this way.

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